Home By Children for Children
Reviews by Children
George's Marvellous Medicine PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:07

Roald Dahl

 George has a horrible old grandma with a revolting eating habit. When he can't stand her any longer, he makes a disgusting medicine. Does he cure her nastiness? Well you will have to read the book to find out.

 I thought the book was brilliant because it had a really good plot. I would recomend this book to 7-10. It is 10 out of 10.


Age: 9
Green Lane Primary School

How to avoid a wombats bum PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:05

Mitchell Symonds

 This is a non-fiction fact book.

 Amaze and intrigue your friends and family with fantastic facts such as: snails have over 25,000 teeth! The first man to fly over the north pole-and indeed the south pole-was called Dickie Byrd! A strawberry has more vitamin C than oranges! Just opening this book will have you hooked for hours! I give it 11/10!!!!!!


Age: 9
Green Lane

Egyption Adventure PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 14:02

Roderick Hunt

 Floppy, Chip, Biff, Nadim and Anneena use the power of the magic key to get to some amazing pyramids, but can they ever get back?

 The good point was when Floppy was crowned King.  0-9 year olds would like this book.

Age: 8
Green lane

Journey to the River Sea PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 13:59

Eva Ibbotson

 This is a great book about a young orphan called Maia, she can't wait to reach her distant relatives a thousand miles up the Amazon. She imagines a loving family but will it turn out that way?

 It's an emotional, fantastic adventurous book and we thoroughly enjoyed every second of reading it. We recommend this book for 7 to 12 year olds. One of the best points of this book is the travelling to Brazil as Maia finds a new friend. Another is all the exciting adventures that happen along the way.

Olivia & Gabriella
Age: 9 & 9
Greenlane primary and nursary school

Good Night Mr Tom PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 March 2009 09:36

Michelle Magorian

 Willam's mother sends him to a village. Then he gets put with Mr Tom and at first he wets the bed. William is quiet at first because he isn't used to the country. Then he meets this boy called Zac who goes to the same school as him but unfortunately he isn't in the same class as him. Then it was William's birthday. Mr Tom gets him a paint set. The next day he was painting loads of paintings.

 I really enjoyed the book because Mr Tom rescues William and I think it's for age 10-16.


Age: 10
Green Lane Primary School


Page 5 of 21
Copyright © 2009 FrasersFriends