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My review for The Granny Project.
on 14 February 2003
This book is about 4 children Ivan, Sophie, Tanya and Nicholas. They have a mum who is called Natasha she is from Poland and she uses a lot of proverbs. They have a dad called henry Harris and he has a mum Granny.....
The parents decide to put her in a home because she is hard to look after. The children don't want this to happen so they decide to do a project about granny and Ivan and Sophie do this. But soon after she drops out so it is just Ivan. The parents find out about this and make them look after granny all the time. In the evening they go out dancing and other things. They find it hard to do and they miss out on what they want to do...
I think this book is boring at the beginning but gets better in the middle I would give this book a 6/10 and I would recommend this book to the age of 8-11. It does have some mild language in it. It brings up some family issues about Granny's going in to a home. At the begging it doesn't have much action and I wouldn't of read it if it wasn't for an English lesson. It doesn't really grab the reader's attention.