Book Reviews

Reviews of books we have recently read that we either “loved” or “loathed”!

13 Comments on Book Reviews

  1. Tyler
    November 10, 2010 at 4:03 pm (7 years ago)

    A book I liked is called ‘Attack of The Mutant’ by: R.L Stine in the Goosebumps series. The book is about a kid who loves comic books, and one day he sees a weird looking building that looks exactly like a building in his comic book! He decides to go in the building and he sees everything just like his comic book described! He sees the superheroes who have been trapped and he sees a super villain who can shape shift into anything!!!(just like in the comic!) He frees a superhero hoping that he would help him destroy the super villain but the superhero runs away leaving Skipper (the boy) to defeat the super villain himself. He has to avoid traps and defeat the mutant by himself!! This is a great book because it is full of action.

  2. Sofia
    November 10, 2010 at 4:50 pm (7 years ago)

    What i am reading is the book called NIGHT RUNNER

    I know i already have explained this but i did it on the wronge spot but now it isn’t so i am just going to re-write it here.

    This book he is about a boy named Zach he recently just died but he came back to life again. So he is always racing for answers in his life to know what happened to him he. Both of his parents have died the dad died from a vampire but i dont know about the mom yet. So his uncle tells him how the dad died. The uncle even told him that the vampire that killed his father, is now after him. So then recently he thinks he has been having severe allergies but it actually is vampire issues. Zach is a VAMPIRE.

    So yeah that is what i have from the beginning of the book NIGHT RUNNER.

    Love Your BEST Student,
    Sofia.
    Sultani.

  3. jr mohan
    November 10, 2010 at 4:53 pm (7 years ago)

    the book i like reading is at the book at the ege by larry verstraete. it is about people risking there lives to help others. i started to read this book when my sister showed me the cover of the book and let me read it. lots of these people are very amazing. this is my book review.

  4. Raquel
    November 10, 2010 at 5:28 pm (7 years ago)

    The book that I am ready is “Word Nerd” by Susin Nielsen. This book has a lot of characters but, the main one is Ambrose. He is a 12 year old boy with red hair. Ambrose loves to play Scrable. Ambrose has enemy’s at is new school(Troy,mike and Josh.) He has been around Canada a lot. He has allergies to peanuts.He lives in a basement with is mom. The people that live upstairs are the Economopouloses;they have a son that has been in prison-his name is Cosmo. He is a 21 years old and he has a large tatoo on his shoulder. He was sent to jail because he had a drug addiction,he had to borrow money from a friend to buy those drugs. He didn’t have the money to pay him back so, he started to break into peoples houses for money(he is another main character) Ambrose and Cosmo didn’t like each other but after a while they started to get along. They even started to go to the same Scrabble club!
    This is a grade 7 book.
    I rate it 9 out of 10.
    I’m going to leave you there. If you want to know more, you have to read the book!

    Raquel:)

  5. tanyaanand
    November 10, 2010 at 6:35 pm (7 years ago)

    I am reading a book called ” Justin Bieber Unauthorized Biography!” I just satrted this book. What I have reading about is how Justin Bieber grew up. He was born in a hospital in London , Ontario that it about a 2 hour drive from Kindree Public School. He GREW UP in Stratford , Ontario like William Shakespeare. He always found ways to put music into his life. His parents got divorsed when Justin was about 7 year old. I rate this book a 10/10 some of you won’t! That is where I am going to sto myself! It’s an amazing book!

    By Tanya Anand 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  6. Ryan
    November 10, 2010 at 7:52 pm (7 years ago)

    The books I am going to be talking about, Bone series. In book one the Bone cousons called Fone Bone, Smiley Bone and Phoncible P (Phony) Bone. They got kicked out of Booneville and in the middle of the journey trying to go to the moutons the locust, split the cousins up. Then Fone Bone met Thorn at the valley. Fone Bone met Grama ben too,Grama Ben liked Fone bone and let him stay at here house. Soon Grama Ben told Fone Bone about the hooded one and the locest.Fone bone finds his cousons and they get to know the secrets of the valey.

    In book Two Phoney tricks everyone in the valey that his cow would win in the great cow race. So every one bet on his cow for the race, when Smiley was really in the cow suit. No one voted for grama ben. In the middle of the race Rat creatures came in the race. Then Grama Bens cow won. Every one in the whole valley was mad because they bet a lot of money for the other cow. The valey got more mad because the cow was Smiley and Phoney just to get money.

    In book three Luces bets that he will get more money on the bar. First Lucius was winning then Phoney says that theres dragons and he can save you if you buy his bear. Then Smiley starts making tinges for the costumers.Then Thron learns that all her dreams were true.

    In book four Phoney makes a shealed saying that the dragons are fighting us. He makes this whole fort around the base. To keep the people of the valley safe.

  7. Becca
    November 10, 2010 at 8:28 pm (7 years ago)

    The book that I am reading is Haunted Animals. It is written by Allan Zullo and it is published by Rainbow Bridge. I really like this book because it has alot of different ghost stories of animals. Most of them are true, but they are not that scary for me.

  8. TUSHAR
    November 10, 2010 at 8:35 pm (7 years ago)

    The book I am reviewing is called The Marvel Encyclopedia. It tells you everything there is to know about Marvel superheros. This unique, one volume encyclopedia contains more than 1200 of Marvels greatest, with full details of their powers. It profiles all superheros, supervillains, and hero and villain teams. It also tells you about events like superhero Civil War, Secret Invasion, M day and Anhillation Wave.

    Did you know that it took seven contributors to create this book. Their names are Tom DeFalcom, Peter Sanderson, Tom Brevoort, Michael Teitelbaum, Daniel Wallace, Andrew Darling and Matt Forbeck. The book has an introduction by Stan Lee. At the end of the introduction Stan says, Excelsior!

  9. imranalli
    November 10, 2010 at 8:49 pm (7 years ago)

    My favorie book is Diary Of A Wimpy Kid. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid is a good book because it is very funny and it has pitchures so if you don`t know whats hepening you can look at the pitchures and it has stuff for evary day.I LOVE TO READ FUNNY STORYS BOOKS ARE AWSOME. And it is very cool.

  10. Adi
    November 10, 2010 at 9:59 pm (7 years ago)

    Today, I`m going to review “Sadako and the thousand paper cranes”, a book written by Eleanor Coerr.

    This book is about a young Japanese girl who got a disease called leukemia. This was from radiation caused by an atom bomb dropped on her country during the Second World War. Sadako was a student in a school in Hiroshima. In her school, she joined relay racing team. She practiced very hard until it is the day of her race. On the day of the race, she ran as fast as she could, but, started feeling dizzy. She ignored it and decided to keep it a secret.

    One day when she was running at school she felt dizzy and fell on the ground. A teacher called her parents and they took her to the hospital. Upon diagnoses, it was found that she is suffering from Leukemia. Her grandmother died from the same disease. She became really upset and started crying. She was admitted to hospital.

    Next day, her best friend, Chizuko Hamamoto visited Sadako in the hospital, knowing that she had leukemia. Chizuko told Sadako about the legend of the 1000 paper cranes. That if a person folded 1000 paper cranes, the person would be granted health and a long life. Chizuko taught Sadako to make paper cranes. Sadako would make paper cranes continuously. Then one day Sadako saw a boy sitting by the window. She started a conversation with him. His name was Chinko, he was a 9 year-old boy and he was also suffering from leukemia. Sadako told him about the legend of the thousand paper cranes. That night Sadako made a paper crane and slid it down the hall to Chinko. The next day she didn`t see him at the window. She wondered what happened to him. At night, she heard a hospital bed rolling down the hall. In the morning, her nurse told her that Chinko had passed away. Sadako cried when she heard that her friend had died. Sadako still continued making paper cranes so everyone in the hospital could be cured of the disease or infection. Unfortunately, Sadako died on October, 25, 1955, only completing 644 paper cranes. In order that Sadako could be buried with 1000 paper cranes, her class mates made the rest 356 and buried them with her.

    I thought this story was a really good story because Sadako`s statue became a symbol of peace in Japan. Sadako, the statue represents the people who lost their lives or became really ill from the atom bomb. Many countries try to solve problems with war. War has its consequences. It takes the lives of many people. I think that war is a solution for nothing, it just creates more problems.

  11. Tyler
    April 6, 2011 at 4:22 pm (7 years ago)

    The book I am going to review is called ‘Powerless’ by Mathew Cody. It is 277 pages long. This book is about a group of kids that have superpowers that have been passed down from their elders. But not everybody has a GOOD power. One kid had the power of taking away other people’s powers! He named himself ‘The Shroud’! Now whenever a kid with powers turns thirteen and they fall asleep, ‘The Shroud’ sneaks into their house and takes away their powers and their memory of even having powers! This book has a power. You can’t put it down! I would give this book a rating of…drum roll… eleven out of ten! I know it’s off the charts, but it’s just that good! Who is ‘The Shroud’ and can a group of kids that are under the age of thirteen stop him? This book is totally AWESOME!!!

  12. sofia101
    April 6, 2011 at 4:39 pm (7 years ago)

    What I read about today is about this thing called “The International Pillow Fight Day”. I went on Google and typed in cool articles for kids I picked one of them and chose the pillow fight article it’s really cool the website is http://www.dogonews.com/2011/4/5/video-of-the-week-international-pillow-fight-day it doesn’t give a lot of information but its real cool that it’s international they did it in Toronto too. It happens every April 2nd pretty cool huh?. I wish I could have been there.

    Since that was very short I am going to talk about another article called……………………

    Luna The Galloping………. Cow?
    This one is like real crazy because like it’s a cow but it jumps as if it’s those sport horses like that is weird right?. I got this same article from the same place I got the other article from so yeah. This 13 year old wanted a horse but got a cow so she made the cow into a horse. They are from Germany it’s weird right?. Anyways got to run bye!!! 😀

    Love,
    Sofia.
    Sultani.

  13. tanyaanand
    April 6, 2011 at 7:08 pm (7 years ago)

    Today I read an article called “The History of Science and Technology.” This article’s idea is on how humanity understands the natural world (the science part of this sentence) and the ability to manipulate it (technology) has changed in that past few years. Here are a few new things I learnt about in this article. There is one particular scientist that has been practicing and also retired that has been writing many of the books on the history of science. This particular scientist had originally written these books. His name is William Whewell. He wanted to tell the world that science is also important to the world. He did it through books because he had no other way to communicate to the world. There is another scientist that this specific article was talking about it is Boris Hessen he was given the famous paper in the early 1930s after he got that most of his time was spent on practicing with needs and motivations of their context. What they mean by that is Boris spent all his time learning with things he needed to and the motivations got him through it. I bet he studied really hard to do what he was passionate for doing. After World War 2 many resources were put down for teaching and researching. Modern engineering is understood differently than back in the late 1900s. Our science and technology is taken differently because it’s through mostly mathematics and science. Many different religions built on this certain work. Some of them are Greek, Egyptians, Chinese, Indians and Muslims. I hope you learnt some new things from my little facts in my paragraph. Sorry g2g I would talk about more though!

    By: Tanya Anand 🙂 😉 😀 😛 8)

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