Thursday, 30 June 2011
THIS ISN'T WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Secret Series: Book 4
By Pseudonymous Bosch.
448 pages. Usborne Publishing Ltd. £5.99. (Ages 10 and up)
This is an amazing book actually one of my favourites.
It’s about a girl called Cass and a boy called Max Ernest. Now right after Cass had left she had gotten another of those chocolates that made her mind go back in time. Max Ernest had told her not to but she still had she ate the chocolate. The second she ate the chocolate she fell to the floor completely unconscious. When Cass arrived in the past of her great grandfather, she saw a little boy who was calling to his father to help him down the tree. She thought she would help him down the tree. Without thinking twice went over to help him down the tree when suddenly she could hear him saying “goat.” When she listened harder she realised that he was actually saying “ghost.” Then she went over to have a look at her reflection but she was invisible.
And that’s just the start of the book!
My favourite part is when lord Pharaoh comes in to our world. I think this story has to morals don’t trust someone whose friends with a bad guy and don’t eat chocolate that’s given to you by a bad guy. I think ages 8, 9, and ten should read this book. This book was so good that I could barely put it down. This is a brilliant book and you are missing out on a lot of fun if you are not going to read it.
Saturday, 11 June 2011
Skate School: Book 1
By Kay Woodward.
240 pages. Usbourne. £5.99. (Ages 9 and up)
This is a really good book, actually one of my second favorites. Its about a young girl named Frankie who loves ice skating. And is once watched by a famous ice skater who thinks that she should try out for the Olympics. When Frankie reaches the place she's going to spend the next few months in she's amazed, and is even more amazed when she sees the beautiful ice rink.