Reviewed by Xena on Jul 14, 2015
Who Wrote This?
"Grown-ups never understand anything for themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them." [Tell Me!]
Here's What You've Been Reading...
Magical Animal Adoption Agency: Clover's Luck
by Kallie George
I think it was a good example of believing in yourself even if you don't think you can do it. It was very good.
by Courtney Alameda
This book blends science fiction and all manner of foul creatures and entities. I recommend this book for anyone looking for something good to read. [YA book, ages 13+]
Reviewed by Luke on Jul 14, 2015
Oliver and the Seawigs
by Philip Reeve
This is a funny and interesting book. My 6-year-old sister and I enjoyed listening to this sea adventure book while my mom read it to us. We wanted my mom to read us the entire book in one day!
Reviewed by Claire on Sep 3, 2014
The One and Only Ivan
by Katherine Applegate
I loved this book. It was a little sad because it is based on a real story about a gorilla who lived for 27 in a shopping mall that had a circus in it. But it has a happy ending so it is worth it! The story is told by Ivan, the gorilla, and it's about his experience living in human habitat. Ivan is also an artist and he talks a lot about art and how drawing and painting makes him happy. His best friend is a dog named Bob and Stella, who is a wise elephant. There are so many great moments in this book. You will LOVE Ivan and Ruby the baby elephant who comes to live with them and changes everything!
Reviewed by gogotto on Jun 22, 2014
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
by J.K. Rowling
I like that Harry Potter is brave and risks his life. His friends help Harry find out pieces of the mysteries. It's fun that you can guess who is behind the mysteries and see if you were right.
Reviewed by ZebraZoe on Jun 17, 2014