Monday, February 4, 2019

Return of the Vampire, by Geronimo Stilton

The book I will review for the blog is Return of the Vampire, by Geronimo Stilton. I like this book because it is funny in some parts. In this book Creepella Von CackleFur, her niece, and Geronimo Stilton have to go to this hotel. Then something happens, a vampire shows up. And he asks for help. Do you think that they will help the vampire? I also like this book because Geronimo Stilton is a good author and it reminds me of my childhood when I was a little kid.

Review by umbrella

Sunday, February 3, 2019

A Dog’s Life by Ann Martin

The book I will review for the blog is A Dog’s Life by Ann Martin. This book tells the story from the dog’s point of view. Here is an example of a dog's point of view. In the story I lost Bone my brother and I was alone, then I found a dog named Moon and we became friends. We went to the junkyard together and we lived together and we were super best friends.

I love this story because I relate to it. I have my own dogs and I love them. I found this story and started reading it. It was so good I kept reading it and than before I knew it, I was on page 60. So I think you should read this book if you’re into this kind of story. It’s a great story by the way.                             

Review by kwezzyy_twitch

Monday, January 28, 2019

The Haunted Bridge by Carolyn Keene

The Haunted Bridge by Carolyn Keene begins with a couple of kids who were playing golf. A golf ball went across a bridge and the kids were trying to get it.  When they went back to the bridge, they saw a ghost going across the bridge. Nancy Drew likes to play golf a lot. It is her favorite sport. She has to find out who the ghost is and why he is guarding the bridge.

This book is pretty good and I like the book a lot because I like mysteries and I love Carolyn Keene books. My dad and I love golf. Do you like golf?
                                     
By patriots fan 369

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The Summer of the Sea Serpent, written by Mary Pope Osborne

    The Summer of the Sea Serpent, written by Mary Pope Osborne is about 2 children named Jack and Annie who are sent on a mission by the great sorcerer Merlin. They are sent to a time before Camelot. The riddle they receive will help them to retrieve the sword of light. If Jack and Annie don’t get it before sunset, King Arthur will meet his doom.

     I connected with this book because it is about teamwork and friendship. It shows trust and a little bit of magic. When I read this book I feel like I’m actually there. This is an amazing book and I encourage everyone to read it.

Review by: Tribrid_SuperNatural_get54irEG$

Camp Midnight by Steven T. Seagle

Camp Midnight by Steven T. Seagle is about a girl named Skye. Her dad and evil stepmother send her to a camp called Camp Midnight. On the creepy dark bus she meets a girl named Mia. When she picks a bunk bed and starts to fall asleep, someone starts screaming midnight snack. Skye finds out, that at this camp they stay up all night. Then out of nowhere they all turn into monsters, but not Skye and Mia, or do they?

I like this book because it’s a cool book and this color choice is different and weird. It perfectly blends the creepy with the humorous. I think people that like weird books or graphic novels would like this book.

Review by #DogsRTheBest

Zoe in Wonderland by Brenda Wood

Zoe in Wonderland by Brenda Wood is about a girl named Zoe and her family. Their last name is Reindeer. The main characters are Zoe, her dad, brother and her sister. Zoe has a wild imagination, but a normal life until a stranger comes into her father’s plant store. Her life is about to change.

The reason I liked this book is because she is in a garden shop reading and I like reading. Also it's kind of like a mystery, but not, because it’s also a lot about family. That's why I liked it.

Review by Don't Touch My Book

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Who Was John F. Kennedy? by Yona Zeldis McDonough

I like Who Was John F. Kennedy? by Yona Zeldis McDonough, because it tells the life of president John F. Kennedy! It talks about his early life, accomplishments and sad death. You will also learn about his mom, dad and wife. JFK has experiences as a war hero, President, representative and Congressman.

The book is great, but if you read it for yourself it's even better. The number one reason I like it is, it is both sad and happy. The book talks about JFK’s accomplishments and the death of his loved ones.

Reviewed by west Virginia gamer 101

Phoebe and Her Unicorn by Dana Simpson

In Phoebe and Her Unicorn by Dana Simpson, Phoebe and her unicorn were best friends. Phoebe was the one to find the unicorn first. She found her in the forest. Phoebe thought people would like her better if she brought Marigold the unicorn to school, but people thought it was boring and that’s because of the shield of boringness. Now deeper in the story the unicorn meets Phoebe’s parents and they have a pajama party. In the middle of the story it’s fall and they go out for trick or treating and they only went to one house where the candy dragon is. You say something to wake it up, then it wakes up and gives you a lot of candy. Will Phoebe and Marigold become best friends forever and always?

I really enjoyed this book because every girl likes Unicorns. I mean, you can’t blame me. This book reminds me of my friends. When I was little we all loved unicorns! This book is amazing and I’m probably going to read more of Dana Simpson’s books. If you want to read one of her books, then I have included her website. I hope you read this book because it’s a really good book.
 
Reviewed by:shadowthecat123

Recess Warriors: Bad Guy is a Two-Word Word by Marcus Emerson

Recess Warriors: Bad Guy is a Two-Word Word by Marcus Emerson is about two kids who get into crazy adventures at school with  werewolves, vampires, cowboys, and pirates. The playground becomes a war zone and dodge ball becomes war. The two heroes, Yoshi and Clinton try to save the day, but can't always help. Some crazy things happen. There's a cowboy who stays in a room hidden in the school, and whoever is IT for freeze tag turns into ice. Will they try to unite to defeat the villain named the Jinx and her boss Simon? Also you’ll want to know why everyone does what Simon says.

I like this book because I like graphic novels. This is a book in a series. I hope you like it.

  Imaturtle1237       

Thursday, January 10, 2019

A Dog’s Purpose by Cameron W. Bruce

In A Dog’s Purpose by Cameron W. Bruce the dog goes through four reincarnations. In the first reincarnation his name was Bailey and his owner’s name was Ethan. He loves Ethan. Ethan fell in love with this girl. Her name was Hannah and they dated for a while. Later Ethan found out that Hannah had a different boyfriend. Ethan was sad and  then he was lonely for a while, but at least he still had Bailey. Bailey gets sick so he didn’t have anybody. So then when Bailey dies he goes into a different dog. That was the first reincarnation.  Read to find out about his other reincarnations.

I like this book because I like dogs a lot. I don’t have a dog but I get to visit with my grandmother’s dog. Also, I like this book because it reminded me of my other grandmother’s dog who died on Christmas. That’s sad. But now I hope he might get reincarnated.
Review by mantha23