Title: Maisy, Charley and the Wobbly tooth.
Author: Lucy Cousins.
Illustrator: Lucy Cousins.
Main Characters: Maisy, Charley and Dr.Biteright.
A Brief Description of the story: One day Charley had a wobbly tooth. He was a little nervous, but Maisy said having a wobbly tooth is fine, so they went to Dr .Biteright to check if Charley had a problem with her teeth. Charley began to think having a wobbly tooth is ok.
What do you like about the book?: I like the colourful pictures and the way it’s easy to read.
I score this book 8/10
Author: William Bee
Illustrator: William Bee
Main Characters: Billy the Boy
A brief description of the story: The sory was all about Billy the boy. He can be very difficult to please. Whatever Billy’s Dad shows him something Billy always says whatever.
What did you like about the book?: I really liked the way how Billy always says whatever. I also liked the way how Billy’s Dad shows Billy all types of things like tall stuff and small stuff and loud stuff and the worlds bounciest castle and a very steamy train. There is some other stuff as well and after all of that they went to a very hungry tiger and the tiger went to Billy and the tiger ate Billy and Billy’s dad kept saying whatever.
Give this book something out of 10 and why?
I give this book a 8/10, because it is good, but it doesn’t have that much of writing.
Author: Stephen Michael KingIllustrator: Stephen Michael King
Main Characters: Patricia
A brief description of the story:
The story is about a little girl who wanted to share her thoughts.
What did you like about the book?
I liked the book, because Patricia wanted to share her thoughts.
I would give this book 9/10, because all her thoughts came tumbling out.
Author: Janeen Brian
Illustrator: Kilmeny Niland
The Main Characters: Henry and Wagger, Mr Perry’s Dog
A description of the story: Harry is a boy who wants to have a dog and one day his nex door friend, Mr Perry’s dog gives him a bone and he burries the bone and a few days later he finds a dog which becomes his own dog.
It has great pictures to look at and the imaginatoin of the writer makes this book a fantastic book for kids aged 5-7