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Diary of a Wimpy Kid, by Jeff Kinney. Reviewed by Sherhan in Year 6

This week’s fabulous review, by Sherhan in Year 6, is of one of our most popular books (and series): Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Over to you, Sherhan!

What is the book about?

It is a book about a boy named Greg Heffley. A boy who’s entering his first day of middle school who writes a journal about what is happening in his life.

Who would this book be suitable for?

I think that people who like funny books would like to read this book and the age would probably be like 8-16 years.

Would you recommend this book?

I would recommend this book because it’s funny and is very quick to read even though there are 200 pages. When you’re reading it takes about 15 minutes to read 50 pages.

FIVE STARS!!!

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The Accidental Prime Minister, by Tom McLaughlin, Reviewed by Leila Cooper

This week’s book review is of Tom McLaughlin’s The Accidental Prime Minister. The review is by Leila Cooper in Year 6.

What is the book about?

This exciting book is about a calm, shy boy called Joe. His mum works in the local park as the park warden. One day, the boring Prime Minister decides to knock down the park for new buildings. Joe really wants to save the park and makes an incredible speech!

Who would this book be suitable for?

Six year olds all the way to adults! Children/adults interested in dirty politics, humour and fun!

Would you recommend this book?

I would recommend this funny book because the characters are hilarious. Also, I liked the new Prime Minister’s sense of humour!

FIVE STARS!!!

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Summer’s Dream, by Cathy Cassidy, Reviewed by Pearl Hewlett

Today’s review is of Cathy Cassidy’s book Summer’s Dream. Pearl, from Year 6, is the reviewer.

What is the book about?

It is about a girl names Summer who has a great dream of being a dancer (Ballerina) but she has some problems in her life and a little someone who wants more than friendship.

Who would this book be suitable for?

Maybe ages 10-14. People who will like this are: budding dancers, people who have ever looked in the mirror and not liked what they saw.

Would you recommend the book?

I would definitely recommend it because it’s like the story takes you off earth.

FIVE STARS!