Tag Archives: Kid Review

Kid Review: Little House in the Big Woods

Kid Review: Little House in the Big Woods

A year in the life of two young girls growing up on the Wisconsin frontier, as they help their mother with the daily chores, enjoy their father’s stories and singing, and share special occasions when they get together with relatives or neighbors.

The best book I read this summer is “Little House in the Big Wood”!  I read it with my Mom and my Great-Aunt and found out that they had read it when they were kids!  Sometimes it looks hard living without TV and computers, no library or bookstore but Laura sure had fun.  My great-aunt said who needs stuff if you have a good book and this was a good one.  Now school has started and I’m very happy because our school group is starting to read “Little House on the Prairie”!

Review by: Mia

Print This Post Print This Post

Kid Review – The Curse of the Bologna Sandwich

Kid Review – The Curse of the Bologna Sandwich

After graduating from the superhero academy, Melvin Beederman heads for Los Angeles, where he unexpectedly teams up with Candace Brinkwater, school play actress, to nab the evil McNasty Brothers.

This book was awesome and funny! I’m in the 1st grade and read the whole book in ONE DAY!

by: Sam

The Melvin Beederman Series:

#1: The Curse of the Bologna Sandwich
#2: The Revenge of the McNasty Brothers
#3: The Grateful Fred
#4: Terror in Tights
#5: The Fake Cape Caper
#6: Attack of the Valley Girls
#7: The Brotherhood of the Traveling Underpants
#8: Invasion from Planet Dork

Print This Post Print This Post

Kid Review from Mia: Emily and Carlo

Kid Review from Mia: Emily and Carlo

Emily and CarloThe only sibling left in the Dickinson house In Amherst, Massachusetts, in the winter of 1849, Emily gets a dog who becomes her constant companion and who is featured in some of the poems she writes. Includes brief notes on the life and work of Emily Dickinson.

Mia says:

I read this book with my great-aunt last week-end and I love it. The story, the poems and the pictures are beautiful! The story of a very large dog and a very small woman that loved to write poetry – Emily Dickinson. My favorite poem in the story is:

Twas my one glory
Let it be
Remembered
I was owned of thee.”

Emily and her dog, Carlo, were best friends and loved to walk and watch – flowers, frogs, everything. They were best friends! I love gardens, dogs and poems! I hope you like it too.”

Some more books you might like about the writer Emily Dickinson – her life and her poetry:
My Uncle Emily Emily Dickinson's Letters to the World The Mouse of Amhurst Emily
Print This Post Print This Post

Kid Review from Lily: Homer Price

Kid Review from Lily: Homer Price

Homer PriceSix episodes in the life of Homer Price including one in which he and his pet skunk capture four bandits and another about a donut machine on the rampage. Author: Robert McCloskey

Review by Lily:

I really love it! I read it for school, and I would reccamend it anyone who likes humor books (which is bacicly all kids) Homer Price is an awesome book!

If you like Homer Price you can read more of his adventures in Centerburg Tales. You also might like looking back at some of Robert McCloskey’s picture books I bet you loved when you were younger:
Centerburg Tales Make Way for Ducklings Make Way for McCloskey Blueberries for Sal
Print This Post Print This Post
1 2 3 4 8