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‘Book Raves’ Posts

Bad Dad by David Walliams

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Tye | 9 VIC

 

I would give ‘Bad Dad’ by David Walliams a 5 star rating.

The story was super interesting from the first page.

It is about a boy, Frank , and his dad, Gilbert. Gilbert has an unusual job, as a Banger racer. But he has an accident and he cant race anymore, so he needs to get a new job.

His new job is what makes him a Bad Dad, but Frank still loves him.

I would highly recommend this book to everyone. I’m a big fan of all David Walliams books. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.


Wonder by R.J. Palacio

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Liam | 10 NSW

 

I loved reading Wonder.

Wonder is about a boy named August Pullman.

August is only 10 and has had 27 surgeries since he was born. August is like a normal kid except August has a Cleft Plate.

It makes his face look different to everyone else’s face. When August was young he had to have plastic surgery on his face.

He has never been to school before and when anyone saw him they made faces and pointed. Can August make it through school or will he be laughed at for the rest of his life?

I rate Wonder 5 stars and would recommend it to everyone who was looking for an excellent book.


Did you take the B from my _ook? by Beck Stanton Matt Stanton

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Adan | 5 VIC

 

This Book was about the letter B.

I love this book because it makes me laugh and crazy!

Anyone who loves the letter B should read this book.


A Ghost in my Suitcase by Gabrielle Wang

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Lian | 11 NSW

 

A Ghost in my Suitcase written by Gabrielle Wang is a traditional story about a girl called Celeste who travels to her hometown China, to return her mother’s ashes after she died.

While staying with Por Por (grandma) and her adopted grand-daughter, Ting Ting, Celeste discovers an old family secret that has been passed down from generations.

Will Celeste continue the family tradition?

I absolutely loved this book and would give it 5 stars.

For ages 10 – 13 .


Look Out for the Fitzgerald-Trouts by Esta Spalding

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Zane | 8 VIC

 

I really like this book because weird stuff keeps happening to these kids.

They live in a car and they even drive around. But they just want to live in a house and be like other kids.

The lady at the library helped me find some different books to read.

I’m going to rate it 5 out of 5 because it’s interesting and I like seeing what the kids do.

I like reading it with my mum.


The World in Numbers by Buster Books

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Zane | 8 VIC

 

This book is cool.

It has lots of stuff about numbers and facts. It’s not a story – it’s information about numbers around the world.

I like talking to my Poppy about stuff I read in it.

I like fact books and remember some stuff I learnt from it.

It doesn’t have one Author. It’s cool, I really like reading it.

I give it 5 out of 5.


The Adventures of Tintin: The Shooting Star by Hergé

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Tye | 9 VIC

 

My neighbour John, gave me some of his old books.

They were comics because I like comics.

I give them 4 out of 5.

Tintin and his dog Snowy have lots of adventures. I like this comic because some of the things they do are weird but still interesting.

My friends and I like comics and we read them at school. It’s a good comic and I’ll read more.


Wonder by R. J. Palacio

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Grace | 11 VIC

 

I have just started to read Wonder but it’s already one of those books you want to never finish reading but you also want to read what will happen next.

I am really enjoying reading Wonder.


Thea Stilton and the Hollywood Hoax: A Geronimo Stilton Adventure (Thea Stilton #23)

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Riyanna | 9 NSW

 

This story is about 5 girls who is going for an adventure.

They are going to their friends house in Hollywood to learn how to make a film. Then they realize that the film piece has disappeared.

This book is telling us how they solved this mysterious problem and how they helped their friend to make the film.

I really enjoyed reading this book. It’s a colorful book with interesting pictures.

I can give five stars for this book.


Scarlet and Ivy by Sophie Cleverly

Posted on: February 7th, 2018 by SRC Club Member - Jessica | 10 VIC

 

“Chug down the bumpy road. Look up to the the forbidding school.¬†Feel a chill in the air and feel the mystery envelope you like smoke while you step through those rickety front doors, that tower over you..”

Scarlet and Ivy books are action-packed books that you can never put down!

From the murderous Ms. Fox, to the enchanting Ebony, Scarlet, Ivy and their best friend Ariadne who are always detectives on the case.

But no matter what happens, all is NEVER what it seems…


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