Mehajabeen Farid

Helpful votes received on reviews: 74% (1,015 of 1,377)
Location: Coventry
Birthday: 4 Sep
In My Own Words:
I write poetry, reviews and stories for different places and reasons. I am going on to Bablake School, Coventry, which is an Independent School (call it Private/ Public if you want) and am going to to twelve soon.

I like swimming, badminton, taekwondo, reading and writing, drawing and playing outside with my friends. I am a green-tag in taekwondo and although I am not yet a county-standard badminton player, I hope to be in the next six months.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 13,617 - Total Helpful Votes: 1015 of 1377
Xenitha: 1 (Xenitha Trilogy) by Y S Emery
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Xenitha is overall a pretty good story with a fairly strong plot and good description.

There are many lovable characters but personally, as a child, I think I would have preferred the book if the grandfather was not in the story so much. Maybe, he could have had the shop and while Ethan and Abigail are exploring they come across the writing on the table - because like Harry Potter, the main characters, if aimed at children, should pretty much be children/ teenagers, because more could have happened without him there. For example, Ethan could have expressed he liked Abbie as more than a friend (a good story has comedy + adventure + romance + tragedy).

Some of the… Read more
Millions by Frank Cottrell Boyce
Millions by Frank Cottrell Boyce
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This book is fab. The book has been made into a movie (that is how good it is)! The book is about this boy called Damian who is obsessed with saints and has been since his mother died and the doctors and nurses were talking about lots of saints. He has a hermitage made of cardboard boxes which is near a railway track and near the railway track he finds a big bag of money with lots and lots of money. He thinks God has sent the money to them because he prayed but later finds out it might be stolen. How will the cash all be spent before Euro day on 17th of December. HOW will they do it????????????????????
Read It Yourself: The Gingerbread Man - Level 2 by Ladybird
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This book is magnificently illustrated and the font is the perfect size and style. The story line is great for 2 - 6 year olds and maybe 7 year olds. It is adventurous, funny, touching and overall mega brilliant!
My favourite part of the book is what the little biscuit person says ("Run! Run! As fast as you can, you can't catch me - I'm the Gingerbread Man!") through out the whole book."The Gingerbread Man" is a wonderfully enjoyable famous classic story to read over and over and over again with little ones. This is a Read It Yourself Level Two title for beginner readers who can read short simple sentences with a little bit of help. I really like the pictures in the book which add… Read more

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