Something worth sharing.

I would like to have more of your mini reviews on here. If you have read something recently worth blogging about, let me know. Comment in the box below and I can post it as a blog. If you’re at my school, you could always hand write one and have a chat about it with me.

No need to write a huge amount. A comment on the author, the genre and who might like it would be great!

Thank you!

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Ella says:

    I recommend reading ‘the boy who swam with piranhas’ by David Almond. I’m not sure what genre it is, I think its an adventure book, its difficult to tell when you read it. Its about a boy called Stan who’s house has been taken over by his uncle Ernie who has created machines in every room to can fish. Stan gets so fed up of it that he runs away and on his journey he meets Pancho Pirelli – the man who swims in a tank of piranhas. I think you will really enjoy this book because It has some funny cartoon illustrations that accompany the story as well which makes it more enjoyable to read.

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  2. Beth, year 6 says:

    If I started a blog would u read it?
    Not saying I’ll make one any time soon maybe would u even help me

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    1. vteubler says:

      Sure! Why not have a go at writing a few recommendations and I can put them on here? Or at school you could make a book club?

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  3. Ella, year 6 says:

    I recommend reading ‘how to look for a lost dog’ by Ann M. Martin. She is an amazing writer who has also written the baby-sitters club series. This book is about a girl called Rose who has a certain type of autism. She is obsessed with homonyms, prime numbers and rules. She has a dog called rain (who was found in the rain) who
    Was bought home by her father with no identification, so they kept him. Soon a hurricain approaches and rain gets lost, luckily an animal shelter finds her but rain might not be able to return back to Rose. This books is brilliant and i definately recommend that you read it. x

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