• Tag: books for boys and girls

  • My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish

    5-star

    My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish, a New York Times bestseller, written by Mo O’Hara in 2013 and published by Macmillan Children’s Books. 

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    An Evil Scientist, turned his little brother’s goldfish into a zombie goldfish, with the ability to hypnotise people. After the experiment the fish did not like the Evil Scientist. Every time he had a plan, the zombie goldfish ruined it. The zombie goldfish, once even saved the whole world. That was my favourite part because you could imagine a fish saving the whole world.

     The main characters are Zombie Goldfish, Mark, Tom and Sanj. I loved them because they made me feel like I’m in the story. 

     

    There is no end to ones imagination…imagine a goldfish saving the world! 

     I recommend this book to people who love adventures because this book is full of actionIt’s a tonne of fun! 

    by Michael (age 10) 

    Till next time…

    Peppi Orfanogianni

  • The Boy in The Dress – Children’s Recommendation

    5-star

    The Boy In The Dress is a children’s book written by David Walliams, illustrated by Quentin Blake, who illustrated all of Roald Dahl’s books. It is the first book by Walliams, a television comedian best known for the show ‘Little Britain’. He writes in a ‘Dahlian’ flair and touches upon a controversial subject. A television film adaptation was produced for the BBC and a  film was released in 2014. 

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    Dennis is a boy who enjoys football and fashion. He likes dressing like a girl and being different. It’s really like the book, it  is very funny. My favourite part was when everybody went to the football pitch, wearing dresses to play football. The whole book is hilarious.

    I learned that you can be anything you want and not care if the others don’t like it. 


    Some of the main characters are: Dennis, Darvesh, Lisa, Denis’ father and John. I really like all the characters because they make me feel nice and happy.

     I recommend it because it gives an important message and is a fun book to read

    by Evelina (age 10)

    Till next time…