I liked this book because it always kept me on the edge of my seat with the language, the action,
the joy and happiness, even the grief and despair. I would recommend it to people who like stories of adventure.
~ Jordan A. 10yo Sacramento
The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle
I like the story of the Grouchy Ladybug. I like it because the grouchy
ladybug says, "Go away!" I like it when the friendly ladybugs says, "We can share the aphids."
I like real ladybugsnot pretend ladybugs. I like the friendly ladybug
because shes nice. I like the hyena and the snake and the yellow jacket.
The pictures are pretty. ~ Review by Sophia
Peceli, age 3 ½ years old
The Black Stallion
Have you ever read "The Black Stallion" or seen the movie, "The Black
Stallion"? We rented the movie and bought the book.
Right now, my mom is reading the book to me. And guess what? Im going
to learn how to take care of a horse. I hope the horse I get to take care of is black because I love black horses.
I really like both the book and the movie. The book and the movie
are different because Walter Farley wrote the book and Francis Ford Coppolla made the movie. In the book, Alec travels by
himself to India where he stays with his Uncle Ralph. In the movie, Alec travels with his dad and his dad dies in the movie
because there is a fire. In the book, his dad is alive.
We havent finished reading the book but were on Chapter ten. I like
this book and the movie so much, I would like you to read the book and see the movie, too.
I like this book very much.
The End ~ a book and movie review by Isabella
Peceli, age 6