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Fluff the Farting Fish PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 17:58

Michael Rosen

 Elvie gets a fish and she finds out that it can fart! It can fart tunes!

 Some pages are funny and some are not. The best bit was the first time it farted because fish can't fart. It was funny because it was a bit rude. Kids under 9 who like funny things would like this book.


Age: 5
Latchmere School

My Hippo Has the Hiccups PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 April 2015 21:09

Kenn Nesbitt

 A book of poems for children, some short, some long, all FUNNY!

 I loved it because it has a variety of poetry in it and it makes me laugh out loud! The author taught me that you can write poems about anything, like juggling prickly pears, ketchup or pet bananas!

I think anyone from 6 to 11 would enjoy this book.


Age: 6

Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 12 April 2015 17:49

Judy Blume

 There is a boy called Peter and his little brother Fudge. But Fudge makes Peter angry. Peter goes to his best friend Jimmy Fargo's party and wins a Turtle. Fudge causes a lot of mischief such as when he gets lost at the cinema.

 It is a funny story and made me laugh a lot. It's good points are that it is very funny.
I like it when Peter says "He'll be 9 years old soon and then he won't get all the attention." I also like the birthday party where Jenny pees on the floor,
Good for ages 4+ if you want a good laugh. 8+ to read on your own. If you like it there are four in the series.


Age: 7

Last Updated ( Sunday, 12 April 2015 19:11 )
Little Women PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 September 2009 12:46

Louise May Alcott

 This story is a classic tale written in the 1890's about 4 sisters: Meg (16 years of age), Jo (15), Beth (13) and Amy (12)! They have a close bond between them; despite the fact that they are extremely poor (since their father has gone to war)! Along with ups and downs, they go through many activities and adventures, but at the end of the day they always stick together! On the other hand they have some very close shaves, for example: Beth almost dies from Scarlet fever and Amy almost suffocates under the ice whilst ice skating!!!! But with a little help from their loving, caring mother and cheery, jolly friend (Laurie); They can get through everything.... However a sudden heart-breaking turn around in the book causes them all to suffer sorrow as their mother rapidly leaves. How will the sisters cope without her? Find out when you read this enthralling, warm tale!

 This outstanding, thilling story is a 'must read' book! It keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole time and really enthralls you.... Trust me, once you've picked it up you don't want to put it down! It really takes you to it's world and you feel empathy towards the heart-warming characters. This witty, popular, classical, comical adventure is one like no other! I rate it a 10/10 due to the fact it's so comforting, detailed and imaginative!!! I think this book is aimed at year 5's and over because it is long and difficult to understand! Have fun reading one of the best books ever written!!!!

Age: 10
Latchmere School

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 September 2009 12:48 )
Izzy the Indigo Fairy PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 April 2009 21:01

Daisy Medows

 Imagine you were a fairy flying around where ever you wanted and someone is always helping you, where ever you want to go you will always see that person.

 I thought that the book Izzy the Indigo fairy was a good book because it was about these girls called Rachel and Kirsty and they have to find the fairy's magic petals as Jack Frost took them. I think that girls who are more of a 'girly-girl' will enjoy it.

Age: 9
Latchmere school


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