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Heidi by Johana Spyri

I enjoyed this book, it is a classic!

The story is about a little girl called Heidi who goes to live with her grandfather in the mountains a long time ago.She makes friends with a boy called Peter who looks after the goats.Heidi is very happy but she has to go to the city to be a friend to a girl called Clara who is very rich and is in a wheelchair, Heidi likes Clara but misses her friend and grandfather a lot.

People who like stories about friendships would like this book, everyone should read a classic story.

 

Hercules by Sam Gayton

Hercufleas is a brilliant character! He is very brave and sometimes funny. He is a good friend to Greta. Greta is a very sad character, even at the end. I would like to have another story about Greta in which she finds a way to be happy again. My favourite bit was when the snake bit Hercufleas bottom!  I loved this book!

 


 Littlenose the Hunter by John Grant

This was a very good book! I enjoyed Littlenose’s adventures he is the main character and I liked his pet mammoth, Two-Eyes. They were good friends. It was interesting because you can learn a lot about the people who lived thousands of years ago from this book. I think this book can be read by children who are 7 years and over especially if they like adventure stories.

 

 Diary of Dorkius Maximus in Pompeii by Tim Collins

This book is very funny and you can actually learn a lot from it. It’s set in Roman times. If you like Diary of a Wimpy Kid you should really read this – I didn’t think I was going to like it but I really did!

 

 

Varjak Paw  - S F Said

Varjak Paw is a great book, it is about a cat who learns to fight in the way of his ancestor Jalal. He leaves home and goes on a big adventure to stop evil baddies. It will be good for anyone aged 7 to 12. I really enjoyed it and rate this book five out of five! It was also a Golden Ticket Book so I got a prize for reading it all!

 

Death and the Arrow, Chris Priestly

This is a fantastic book full of mysteries; you never know what is going to happen next. It keeps you guessing right until the end. I have read the sequel ‘White Rider’ too. They are both brilliant. People who like adventure stories should read this book now!

 

Monster by Angela McAllister and Charlotte Middleton

Daddy read this book to me at bedtime. The hamster fell in the food and got bigger and bigger!

Daddy reads me a book in English and Mummy reads to me in Japanese.

 

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