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Kensuke's Kingdom
Kensuke's Kingdom
by Michael Morpurgo
Edition: Paperback
Price: 5.24

4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kensuke's Kindom by Rachel Perry 9 years old., 4 Oct 2006
This review is from: Kensuke's Kingdom (Paperback)
Kensuke's Kingdom
, Written by Michael Morpurgo.

A dazzling adventure story about a boy, shipwrecked on an island far away from his mother and father. He knows that he is going to die, but when he wakes and he finds food and water beside him, he is not alone!!!

Michael, his mother and father are of on a fabulous adventure with the company of a dog named Stella Artois and a football. But Michael is thrown over board with Stella Artois and found themselves on an island with no one for company but an old man and some orangtangs there is a big adventure ahead of them. My favourite character is Kensuke because he actually helps out Michael and Stella Atois out on their big adventure ahead of them.

I am really enjoying this book because it catches you and drags you in to story. I would recommend this book to anyone over 9 years old. This book is really good and if you don't like it well that's your problem.

By:
Rachel Perry
9 years old.


The Opal Deception (Artemis Fowl (Quality))
The Opal Deception (Artemis Fowl (Quality))
by Eoin Colfer
Edition: Paperback

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars artemis fowl, 4 Oct 2006
The Opal Deception is written by Eoin colfer the book is a series of 7 fantasy books that have funny jokes in them.

The book tells you about how Opal Cobalt is trying to make the mud men and fairies fight. Mud me is the word that fairies call humans.

The main characters in this book are: Opal Cobalt, who is a pixie and she is a villain. Captain Short is an elf who is trying to stop Opal. Artemis Fowl is good and bad, he is a human. He helps the fairies.

I thought it was funny. The setting was unpredictable would recommend this book to people aged between 9 and 16.The Opal Deception is written by Eoin colfer the book is a series of 7 have fun jokes in them.

fantasy books that

The Opal Deceptions is written by Eoin colfer the book is a series of 7 have fun jokes in them.

Fantasy books that

The book tells you about how Opal Cobalt is trying to make the mud men and fairies fight. Mud me is the word that fairies call humans.

The main characters in this book are: Opal Cobalt, who is a pixie and she is a villain. Captain Short is an elf who is trying to stop Opal. Artemis Fowl is good and bad, he is a human. He helps the fairies.

I thought it was funny. The setting was unpredictable. I would recommend this book to people aged between 9 and 16.

By Will Cottrell


The Nightmare Room (6) - They Call Me Creature
The Nightmare Room (6) - They Call Me Creature
by R. L. Stine
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars the NIGHTMARE room they call me creature, 4 Oct 2006
R.L. Stine wrote the NIGHTMARE room. This is one of his best books, I really like it. It is a very spooky book.

There are three characters Laura, her dad and her friend Ellen. Laura is really the main character she's got long brown hair and black clothes on and people think she's a bit freaky.

The first few paragraphs is set in her home with her dad, then her friend comes round and they go to the woods together.

I would recommend this book to 9 to 15 year olds, this book is really, really good because it is very scary and the characters seem quite real.

By Harriet Moody
(Age 9)


Wolf Brother: Chronicles of Ancient Darkness Book 1
Wolf Brother: Chronicles of Ancient Darkness Book 1
by Michelle Paver
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.29

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOLF BROTHER, 4 Oct 2006
Wolf brother is the first in a series of children's books by Michelle Paver .It is a first class adventure book and probably the best book I have ever read.

The main character is Torak who is an average 12 year old bronze age boy (or is he?).He makes an unusual friend out of a wolf on his adventure which he names Wolf. He uses a special whistle to control this wolf.

I enjoyed this book a lot because of the fantastic twisted plot and the imaginative characters. I would recommend this book to anyone between the age of 8 and 12, especially people who like action stories.

By Thomas Ash


The BFG (Puffin Fiction)
The BFG (Puffin Fiction)
by Roald Dahl
Edition: Paperback

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review of the BFG by Megan Kidner, 4 Oct 2006
The BFG is written by one of the worlds best loved children's author, Roald Dahl. This is just one of his charming stories that have been made into a film. It is a fun adventure story.

There are two main characters. The first one is Sophie. Sophie is an orphan that lives in a dormitory. The second main character is the BFG. He is a jolly giant who has a great many adventures with his little friend Sophie.

This book will have you crying with happiness and roaring with laughter. It is really good book because it is funny and is full of fantasy. I would recommend this book for any child of any age.


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