Sunday, May 25, 2014

To All The Boys I've Loved Before.

"To All The Boys I've Loved Before"
By: Jenny Han.
The novel has 355 pages.
I recommend this book to girls ages 13 or 14+.
I really enjoyed reading this novel.
There were some unexpected plot twists.
But I guess it was a little predictable.
But, overall it was an enjoyable book.
I give it a 4 out of 5!

Lara Jean is the middle child. She has a older sister- Margot. And Kitty is the youngest sister.
Their mom died when Lara Jean was younger. So Margo took over the mom role.
But Margo is going to college in Scotland.
So the role is passed down to Lara Jean.
Lara Jean is a teenager.
So that means she has crushes.
But, to every boy she has liked she writes him a letter. She addresses the letters, but never sends them.
But one day someone sends the letters to the boys.
Everything goes out of control.
Read to find out the plot twists.
Who sent the letters?
How will her life change?
Read to find out!

Friday, May 9, 2014

SpongeBob's Ready-to-Read Treasury.

        "SpongeBob's Ready-to-Read Treasury."
There are 5 stories in this book.:
"A special Delivery."
By: Steven Banks
Illustrated by: Vince DePorter.
"Show Me The Bunny"
By: Steven Banks
Illustrated by: C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss
"The Song That Never Ends"
By: Steven Banks.
Illustrated by: Vince DePorter
"Camp SpongeBob"
By: Molly Reisner and Kim Ostrow.
Illustrated by: Heather Martinez
By: Adam Beechen.
Illustrated by: Zina Saunders
"Trouble at the Krusty Krab!
Adapted by: Steven Banks.
Illustrated by: Zina Saunders.
 I recommend this book to boys and girls at the age of 5-8. 
This book is very good if you like SpongeBob and if you are learning to read.
I know when I was younger and learning to read I ADORED this book.
These books are all short stories. 
But they all teach a lesson.
Each short story is about 15 pages long.
So it's perfect for children learning/starting to read.
I give it a 5 out of 5!