This book has the basic information of an octopus. This book will make you think twice about octopuses. First of all, they are very smart. I think the level is advanced kindergarten to second grade. This book tells information such as what they eat, how they live, and what they need to avoid predators. It is an easy nonfiction book that is good for early readers. ~Review by RN
This book shows how much trouble a tiny hamster can cause. Now, Humphrey isn’t any ordinary hamster. He is as smart as they come. This hamster can write, read, and knows how to open his cage from the inside! Now that’s impressive. However nobody except Og the frog knows he can do this until now. Humphrey lives in a classroom led by Mrs. Brisbane. Every week a lucky student who has brought a signed permission slip in gets to take Humphrey home. This week Pay-Attention-AArt Patel gets to take Humphrey home. As mentioned earlier Humphrey isn’t any ordinary hamster, and when he goes home with a student he tries to fix there problem. It’s very clever if you ask me. But the story really begins when Humphrey is taken home to the Paynes. Now the Paynes aren’t the most rich people in the world. In fact a key detail is that the father of the Paynes family needs a job. Now this is where one of his many troubles start, leaving the Paynes. You see after leaving the Paynes the children of the Paynes got very sick. We all know who they blame now, Humphrey. So now because of the complaints Humphrey isn’t allowed in the classroom. But still there's more trouble that happened earlier. Humphrey got his favorite student, Miranda Golden, in trouble. This happened because Humphrey got caught outside his cage. To find out what happens read Trouble According to Humphrey. ~Review by LR
This book will rewind you!
I think this book would be a good book for people who like small books, picture books, and fairy tale books.
I thought this book was good (more like okay) because it was creative.
Here is some information about the book: It starts out with Goldilocks and goes backward and tells the stories of all kinds of characters. Want to know the ending? Well you will have to read to find out!
~Review by: BL
This is a funny book. Tommy is scared of everything, but when it's his birthday they gave him a puppy. Does the puppy help him to not be scared or he does he stay scared? My opinion for this book is that is great, happy, and exciting. I give this book a 10. I recommend this book to people who are afraid and like funny books. ~Review by JDlC
This book is so magical it can swish you away!!!
This book has everything you want: action, humor, and fear. Fear of He Who Must Not Be Named (Dark lord). What I like about Harry Potter is that it has a lot of detail and the story behind Harry Potter's family is even better. Harry Potter's parents died because of You Know Who, but Harry did not know that it happened or how magical and powerful he really is. I would recommend this book because it is about an interesting boy with a interesting family.
Ages 7 and up
4 ½ stars ~ Review by BB
I give this book a 5 star rating. It is magical. It is about a poor farm boy named Eragon. Eragon finds a blue stone. He thinks it is a lucky discovery and can get some money, but little does he know he now has a baby dragon egg. He has a very fun, exciting, and frightening adventure with the village storyteller Brom. I love this book. I couldn't stop reading it! I recommend this book to people who like adventure and fantasy books. I would recommend it to people 8 and up. ~Review by LR
If you loved The War That Saved My Life then you have to read this book. Ada's story continues right where the first book left off. Now that Susan's house has been destroyed by a bomb Ada, Susan, and Jamie move into a house on the estate of Lady Thorton. Ada's foot is finally fixed, but she still feels like parts of her are worthless and broken. When a German Jewish girl moves into the small house, tensions rise and Ada must decide if she can conquer the war inside her. ~Reviewed by Mrs. C
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