The Twits by Roald Dahl
Reviewed by Ella F. APS
This book is about very bad people, Mr. and Mrs. Twit. They are two not-quite lovebirds doing bad pranks to each other and they get a taste of each other’s medicine. There are four monkeys that have to do everything upside down and a Roly-poly bird and a tree with glue for bird pie. I want you to read this to see what happens to these troubled Twits! I think this book is very funny.
I think this book is for 9-year olds to 11-year olds but I think a lot of people will like this, even grownups. So, the only thing I don't really like is … NOTHING.
I give it a 10 out of 10. Thank you for reading my review!
Elizabella Meets Her Match (Elizabella #1)
Reviewed by Billy R. BGS
This book is basically about what life is like for a zombie. Life for a Zombie is pretty much the opposite to us people. Zombies like to smell bad, they sleep in the day and scare at night or go to scare school and they can’t go in the sun or they will burn. Zack likes a girl zombie and so does Jeff, so they are both trying to get her to like them. I won’t tell you to much so you can read it.
It’s very funny to read.
I would suggest this book for anyone between 7-12 years old.
I give this book 8/10.
Reviewed by Jone G. BGS
This is a story about Mr Hoppy and Miss Silver. Miss Silver had a tortoise called Alfie. She wanted Alfie to grow. Mr Hoppy swapped seven bigger tortoises for Miss Silver every seven days. They fell in love at the end. A little girl found Alfie. I learned that you should be caring.
This is a book for Grade 1-4 readers.
I liked this book a lot and give it 10/10.
Reviewed by Mikaela F. CLPS
One morning a little girl named Sleeping Beauty woke up in her room and a man was staring at her. The man was the one that woke Sleeping Beauty up to make her go into the woods.
I recommend every 5 - 10 year old read this book. I really like it because it makes me feel happy.
I rate this book 10/10.
Reviewed by Amelia H. APS
In our Bulldog Read group we listened to The Boy Who Painted the Sun.
There was a boy and his name was Alexander. He lived in the countryside with his family, the sheep, the dog who barked at their feet and the animals, including the tortoiseshell cat who hid her kittens in the old barn, the cows and the hens. When life got tough, he would sit in his room and sit on his bed, he had to move because all the other people moved to the city.
I thought it was a kind of sad and happy book at the same time, especially when he got to paint all the animals
I think it’s a good book for ages 8 to 12.
I rate it a 5 /10.
Reviewed by Ella F. APS
This book is about a not-so-normal girl. The story has a lot of twists and turns about a little girl who has to deal with her very bad mum and dad and her headmistress. She does have her teacher and her friend, but you will have to read it to find out what will happen next! I really like this book because it is a very amazing story because the girl is very smart, and she has to try to be strong to deal with her mum and dad.
Reviewed by Oliver N. BGS
Hot Dog is a very stretchy, short and small dog but not a hot dog, like the one that you eat. One morning he had a blocked nose and he could not smell a thing. He went to the park to see his friends and looked everywhere for them. He thought that one of his friends could be in a banana box. His friend Lizzie the Lizard could camouflage with everything. She is a chameleon. They looked for their other friend Kevin. He likes to dress up and they found Kevin dressed as a cow. They found a baby bird and they helped it to find its mum. They asked a duck and then they got stuck on a kite and then asked a penguin “Are you my mum?”. Then in the end they finally find the baby bird’s mum.
I think ages 8 to 13 to read this book.
I give it 10/10.