Bunnicula : a rabbit-tale of mystery, by Deborah Howe (d. 1979)
Good book… I enjoyed it. It was a fun and creepy mystery… It was pretty odd, and the series was a little foggy… The whole plot was very complicated yet simple…. It was almost like a new story,yet it was same old same old…
I’ve read lot’s of thrillers and mysteries so this was pretty normal to me, but it wasn’t.
Reviewed by Frankie from Kilbirnie and Kelburn Normal School , 10 years old
Fantastic Mr Fox, by Roald Dahl
This book is about Boggis, Bunce , Bean( three farmers ) and Mr. fox.
Bean who is tall and lean is a turkey and apple farmer who doesn’t eat ,He only drinks apple cider.
Mr. fox he is so clever that every day he creeps down to the valley and helps himself to food from the farms.
I like this book because:
1. The book hooks you in. When you read a bit, you want to read more.
2. I like how there is a lovely song inside the book about the three farmers
Boggis and Bunce and Bean..
One fat, one short, one lean…
I recommend this book for people seven and up. If someone is younger, I recommend an adult or older brother or sister to read it to them unless they are a really good readers.
If someone likes this book I recommend them to read more books by Roald Dahl as he is a great author.
Reviewed by Ansh from Johnsonville and Johnsonville School , 9 years old
Unpredicatble weather predicted for the school holidays? Set yourself up with some great movies and favourite series incase you get stuck indoors!
The Disney movie Zootopia has placed soooo many different animals together in one city. Rookie cop, Judy, is the first bunny on the force meeting a huge range of characters that have their own ideas of who Judy is. The directors of Tangled and Wreck-it Ralph have created a movie that looks at how different people treat each other. Worth a watch this holidays.
2. My little pony, friendship is magic
3. Peter Rabbit
5. Bananas in pyjamas
6. Fireman Sam
7. Inside out
9. Thomas & friends
10. Strawberry Shortcake