Editor's Note: Dave T. is a literature loving eleven year old who also enjoys writing reviews (under the name Reviewer Inc.). Since he does his ratings in dragons (instead of stars) we are calling his section Dragon Picks. At the bottom of each review you can see how many dragons Dave gave the book out of a possible five.
Editor's Note: I would like to introduce to you David T., a literature loving eleven year old who also enjoys writing reviews (under the name Reviewer Inc.). Since David does his ratings in dragons (instead of stars) we are calling his section Dragon Picks. At the bottom of each review you can see how many dragons David gave the book out of a possible five.
Murder At Midnight by Avi
Review by Reviewer Inc.
The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor is the first book in the Looking Glass Wars trilogy. This is a good book to read if you have read Alice in Wonderland, even if you haven't, I'm sure you will enjoy it just as much. It states the "truth" about Alice in Wonderland.
Beddor makes this book extremely exiteing, compelling, and creative all at the same time. The way he does this is amazing, he uses elements from Alice in wonderland, for instance the character counter parts, and mixes them with his own amazing ideas, to create this fantastical world of action, suspense, and creativity. Also look out for the sequel, Seeing Redd.
Reviewed by Simon
Reviewed By Mike B. age 11
Reviewed by Lauren K. Age 11
One of my favorite books is the Dragon Slayers Academy.
It is about a boy named Wiglaf who is going to Pinwick village for a festival with his mean family. While he was walking to Pinwick, he reads a note, which was on the message tree. It was about DSA, the Dragon Slaying Academy! Wiglaf wanted to go really bad but he had to get his dad's consent. His dad asked everyone in his family except Wiglaf if they wanted to go to DSA. In the end, Wiglaf's dad thought Wiglaf was worthless in the cabbage fields (because he was so scrawny) so he decided Wiglaf could go. Wiglaf was so happy. He didn't think at all about the trouble waiting for him along the way to DSA.
Reviewed by Erick C.
Oraculous Tales Book Series
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