Student Book Review: Shreya’s review of Ginger Pye by Eleanor Estes & The BFG by Roald Dahl

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Review for Ginger Pye. By :Shreya

I thought Ginger Pye was good. I like it because it was creative, imaginative, and it was fun to read. I think Eleanor Estes enjoyed writing the book a lot. My favorite character is Ginger Pye because he is cute, loyal, and VERY talented. My favorite part was when Rachel and Jerry made comic strips about how Ginger Pye was stolen. My least favorite part was when Ginger Pye was dog-napped. When I read the part when Rachel,Ginger Pye, and Jerry heard the mysterious footsteps,I got a little scared but I wanted to read faster. I think Eleanor Estes’ message was: even hard earned things can be stolen so take care of what you love.

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My review of the BFG by Roald Dahl

Shreya

I think the BFG was good because it was very creative, it had funny words, and I think Roald Dahl put his heart into it. I think the best part of the book was when Sophie put the pin in the Fleshlumpeater’s foot. I think he funniest part of the book was when the Fleshlumpeater got the bad dream. I like Sophie the most because she is outgoing and she is very nice to the BFG. Its really cool how the BFG can hear things we humans cannot. When the BFG jumped over Hyde Park Corner, I felt amazed and wanted to read faster. I did NOT like when the BFG said that Sophie’s head was filled with squashed flies. I think Roald Dahl’s message was if you believe in things, they will happen.

These Student Book Reviews were written by Shreya, a Johnson Elementary School student. Shreya drafted and typed the book reviews independently. Shreya is in the third grade.

Student Book Review: Rachel’s review of Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen

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Hatchet

by Gary Paulsen

I really liked the book Hatchet because of all of the exciting animals.Brian Robeson is traveling to see his father when the single engine plane in which he is flying crashes in the canadian wilderness.He learns to survive with just a hatchet and his wits.During the fifty-four days he spends alone,he will uncover a new person within himself.

This Student Book Review was written by Rachel, a Johnson Elementary School student, and shared with the library via Google Docs. Rachel drafted and typed the book review independently. Rachel is in the third grade.

Student Book Review: Dylan’s review of Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen

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Hatchet

by Gary Paulsen

You should definitely read Hatchet.It is about a boy named Brian Robeson who gets stranded on a deserted island with only a hatchet.He encounters a bear, skunk and porcupine. He survives by eating only birds that he calls fool birds and rabbits. Sometimes he hates it because he gets hurt and does dumb things. Sometimes he loves it because he figures out how to do new things.

This Student Book Review was written by Dylan, a Johnson Elementary School student. Dylan is in the third grade.

Student Book Review: Nora’s Review of Animals A-Z, by Louisa Cornford

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Animals A-Z

by Louisa Cornford

I read this book when I was in the second grade and I loved it and now I’m at my last year. And I’m writing about it so I think no matter what grade you’re in you should read it. It’s a really good book for all ages and grades at Johnson so you should check it out at the Johnson school library.

This Student Book Review was written by Nora, a Johnson Elementary School student. Nora is in the fourth grade.

Student Book Review: Rachel’s Review of Matilda, by Roald Dahl

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Matilda

by Roald Dahl

Matilda is a girl who is a geinus who’s parents are compleate and total nitwits.Her school teacher discovers something amazing about Matilda.The story of Matilda is jaw-dropping.My favorite charicter is the school teacher.As Matilda faces her headmisstres she will learn too control her stuning power.

This Student Book Review was written by Rachel, a Johnson Elementary School student, and shared with the library via Google Docs. Rachel drafted and typed the book review independently. Rachel is in the third grade.

Student Book Review: Nora’s review of the United States Atlas

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The United States Atlas

I really like this book. It’s a really cool way of studying for the Geography Bee at my school and I really like the cool pictures they have in the book and I  think that this is a good book to use if you want to learn about the U.S.A and some of the cool landmarks here in the U.S. And I think you should check out this book at the Johnson school library.

There are two copies of this book and I think one is checked in.

This Student Book Review was written by Nora, a Johnson Elementary School student. Nora is in the fourth grade.

Student Book Review: Dylan’s review of The Lion, the With and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

by C.S. Lewis

You should definitely read The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. It is full of suspension, action and if you like battles there is a ton of them! There are four kids who go on loads of awesome adventures. They meet a good lion, a bad witch, and travel through a wardrobe to get to Narnia! Aslan the lion kills the witch and spring returns to Narnia. They become the kinds and queens of Narnia. It is an amazing book that you should read!

This Student Book Review was written by Dylan, a Johnson Elementary School student. Dylan is in the third grade.

Student Book Review: Ananda’s review of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

by C.S. Lewis

The lion the witch and the wardrobe is an allegory of the bible.A girl named Lucy discovers a magical world called Narnia her older siblings Peter,Susan and Edmund don’t believe her.But when they all climb into the wardrobe the adventure begins.There’s magic and mythical creatures and beautiful  sites.It’s book you won’t forget.       

This Student Book Review was written by Ananda, a Johnson Elementary School student, and shared with the library via Google Docs. Ananda drafted and typed the book review independently. Ananda is in the third grade.

Student Book Review: Grayson’s review of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, by C.S. Lewis

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

by C.S. Lewis

During World War II, Peter,Susan,Lucy and Edmund all went into a mysterious wardrobe. Here they discovered that they had traveled into a mysterious land called Narnia where they met the beavers who showed them to Aslan, a powerful lion who was the good king of Narnia. While they were there, they met a very mean, icy witch who had a heart of stone.  However, they also met Aslan, King of Narnia, who had a heart full of hope and love.  So if you want to know more about this, you’ll have to read the wonderful and amazing fantasy book the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe! Plus all their other amazing adventures. GO READ THIS BOOK!

This Student Book Review was written by Grayson, a Johnson Elementary School student, and shared with the library via Google Docs. Grayson drafted and typed the book review independently. Grayson is in the third grade.