Posts Tagged ‘Age 8’

Title: Smile
Author: Reina Telegeneier
Illustrator: Stephanie Yue
ISBN: 9780545122033

Reviewer: Brooke
Age: 8
Grade: 2
Location: St. Albert, AB, Canada

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Title: BEEGU
Author: Alexis Deacon
Illustrator:Alexis Deacon
Reviewer: Radhika
Age:8
Grade: 2
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BEEGU
By: Alexis Deacon
reviewed by Radhika

This story is about a alean named BEEGU. She was lost. When BEEGU was at school the kids really liked her. But BEEGU had to go. You will have to find out what is going on. I like this book because Alexis Deacon add lots of color to her pictures. I think 1st-3rd grade will like this book a lot because it is a interesting topik. BEEGU was tring to get home and finlly she was home.

Title: In the Small, Small Pond
Author: Denise Fleming
Illustrator:Denise Fleming
Reviewer:Cole
Age:8
Grade:2
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In the Small, Small Pond
By Denise Fleming
Reviewed by Cole
There is a kid that went to a pond. He saw a frog jumping and other animals doing stuff. You’ll have to read the book to find out what other animals are in the pond and what they did. I don’t like this book because they don’t tell a story with words. I think 3 to 4 year olders should read this book because it only has four words on each page.

Title: Mirandy and Brother Wind
Author: Patricia C.
Illustrator:Jerry Pinkney
Reviewer:Nora
Age:8
Grade:2
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Mirandy and Brother Wind
by Patricia C.
pictures by Jerry Pinkney
Reviewed by Nora
This story is about a girl who is going on a journey cake walk. She whants to dance with the Brother Wind. Read to find out what happens Mirandy and Brother Wind. I liked this book because the pictures give you the story whithout reading the words. I think 4-10 year olds should read this book because I think they would like real stuff and fake stuff and this has both! I don’t think high schoolers would like this book because I think they would interested in this because I think they would be bord from this book . Thank you for listening!

Title: Where The Wild Things Are
Author: Maurice Sendak
Illustrator:Maurice Sendak
Reviewer: Luke
Age:8
Grade: 2
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A drawing of a monster in a forest

Where The Wild Things Are
By Maurice Sendak
Reviewed by Luke
This is a story about a boy who runs away and imagens he’s in a forest where the wild things are and meets a cople of friends when he gets there. Read this book to find out what hapends next. I liked this book because the detail of the words are relly good and tell the story relly well. For example, he didn’t just say a forest grew he said the walls became the world all around. I think grades K-3rd should read this book because it is easy to read and has a lot of pictures.

Title: Truck
Author: Donald Crews
Illustrator:Donald Crews
Reviewer:Alex
Age:8
Grade: 2
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Drawing of a red truck

Truck
By: Donald Crews
Reviewed by Alex
Somebody ordered a toy truck. They tried to get it there on time but they did not. You will have to read the book to find out the rest of the story. I did not like the book because it did not have many words and no sentences. I think 2 to 5 year olds should read this book because it is easy to read.

Title: Madeline
Author: Ludwig Bemelmans
Illustrator:Ludwig Bemelmans
Reviewer:Andra
Age:7
Grade: 2
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Madeline
By Ludwig Bemelmans
Reviewed by Andra

It is all about Madeline and her friends with Ms. Clavil in Paris. Madeline was the smallest one. when I read this book I saw something happen to Madeline. Read the book to find out more. I do not like this book because it doesn’t have so much details and it does not inchrest me so much. I think nobody would like this book. If you read it ou would not like it because it does not inspiyer you. It does not have eny details. It just tells you a story. Just read the book to find out more about what happened to Madeline. I think pre-kinder shoud read the book because thay might think it is funny because Ms. Clavil keeps going up and down up and down the stairs.

Title: The Paperboy
Author: Dav Pilkey
Illustrator:Dav Pilkey
Reviewer:Zachary
Age:7
Grade: 2
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The Paper Boy
By Dav Pilkey
Reviewed by Zachary
The paper boy has a small dog. He wakes up in the middle of the nigh to walk his dog around the neighborhood. While it’s night everyone is waking up, while the paper boy is going to sleep. Find out more about the book. I did not like it because there was not a lot of detail in the book. If you like chapter books you wouldn’t like it because it has no chapters in the book. I think 3-7 year olds should read it because it is a good fit book for them.

Title: Mirette on the High Wire
Author: Emily Arnold McCully
Illustrator:Emily Arnold McCully
Reviewer:Christopher
Age:8
Grade: 2
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Mirette on the High Wire
By Emily Arnold McCully
Reviewed by Christopher
This book is about a girl named Mirette who meets a retired high wire walker named Bellini and saw him walking on a high wire. She watched him so much that she tried to do it. Read this book to find out if she succeded. I liked this book because the pictures are really detailed. I think 7-8 year olds will like this book because it is about a girl that is about 8 years old.

Title: Where The Wild Things Are
Author: Maurice Sendak
Illustrator:Maurice Sendak
Reviewer:Zachary
Age:8
Grade: 2
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Where the Wild Things Are
Story and pictures by: Maurice Sendak
Reviewed by Zachary
This story is about a boy whose bed room turns into a forust. So when he was on his own sail boat and when Max got where the wild things were they rourd there terrible rours and gnashed their teeth. Then the wild things said “please don’t go.” You should read this book to heer more about the story. I like this book because it had great pictures and it is really interesting to me. I like the coler Maurice did. I think 7 through 10 year olds should read this book because I think it would be more interesting to 7 through 10 year olds. I think they would like it because 7 through 10 year olds sometimes don’t like chapter books and older kids than 10 sometimes do like chapter books and sometimes they think it’s to easy.