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Diary of a whimpy kid (a novel in cartoons) PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:57

Jeff Kinney

 There is a boy called Gregory, he makes a journal about what he has done in the past years. Not just the good things! Here is an example: On Christmas he asked for a video game, but instead of that he got a...

 We thought it was really good, the good points were that there were really funny bits that would make literally everyone laugh, I think about 8 and over years would like it

George & Rhys
Age: 8 & 9

Last Updated ( Saturday, 21 March 2009 08:48 )
How much poo does an elephant do? PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:53

Mitchell Symons

 This is not a story book, it is a funny fantastic fact book. These are some facts: on average, people can hold their breath for 1 minute. The world record is seven and a half minutes. An elephant produces an eye-wateringly pongy 20 kilos of dung a day.

 It is extraordinary! For childeren aged 7+ We enjoyed it a lot.

Alfie, Ellis & Andrew
Age: 9 ,9 ,9
Green lane primary school

Kid Wonder PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:49

Stephen Elboz

 The youngest super hero in the world, Kid Wonder, patrols the night skies over Baggem City. When she hears the slippery Shadow Gang has escaped from prison, she knows there's danger ahead. But can she find out what they're up to-and stop them?

 I think the book is a good book, I think it is funny. I'd say it will be for 8-11.

Age: 9
Green Lane Primary school

Last Updated ( Saturday, 21 March 2009 08:48 )
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:46

JK. Rowling

 Harry Potter goes to Hogwarts school he has two fiends called Ronald weasley and Hermionie granger. Harry goes through alot of adventures and almost gets killed by his greatest enemy Lord Voldamort.

 It's an amazing book, adventure in every page and magic buzzing in your mind. This book is for 8+.

Age: 8
Green Lane

Fantastic Mr Fox PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:43

Roald Dahl

 Boggis, Bunce and Bean are just about the nastiest and meanest three farmers you could meet. And they hate Mr Fox. They are determined to get him. So they lie in wait outside his hole, each one crouching behind a tree with his gun loaded, ready to shoot, starve or dig him out. But clever, handsome Mr Fox has some other plans.

 I thought it was brilliant because it had funny characters. I recommend this book to 6-10.


Age: 9
Green Lane Primary School


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