I really loved the book, Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone by J.K. Rawling. I loved the description of Harry Potter and Hogwarts School. Harry had an amazing life at Hogwarts School. I would love to go to a school like that, except it would be a little scary. I would not want to haves tingling feeling every time Voldemort, the villain, pointed his finger at me. I also liked the book because there was a big problem that Harry Potter had to solve with his friends, Ron and Hermione. If you read this book, I am sure that it would be one of your favorites. I could not put it down and had to rush to read the other books in the Harry Potter series!
Roscoe Riley Rules # 5, Don't Tapdance on your Teacher, by, Katherine Applegate was really strange. Roscoe Riley should know that you should not dance on a teacher. He should also know that he shouldn't fake falling to get crutches. It was not a big deal that he was the only boy in his dance class. If Roscoe liked tap dancing, he should do what he likes and not worry about being embarrassed. Roscoe Riley should learn to be an independent leader and not a follower. It is not a bad book to read, but the character could be better!
Summer Ball, by Mike Lupica, is an amazing book! The character, Danny, does not have a good relationship with the coach of his basketball team. The coach does not like him either, so Danny is never good enough. The expectations for Danny keep getting higher. Danny wants to be traded to a new team. If you like basketball and you like challenges, read this book to find out whether Danny and his team can win the championship!
Goofballs, by Tony Abbott, is a mystery series. This one was thought to be the crime of the century! Two hours before the school's 100th anniversary party, a special statue is stolen! When the principal uncovers the sheet, instead of the statue, there is a pile of chairs. Who stole the statue? Why? When did it happen? Would the party be cancelled? The Goofballs, who are a detective group, figure everything out. Read this great book to find out how!
Celia's Robot, by Margaret Chang, is a good book. Celia's dad, the scientist, designs a unique robot! This book is about how Celia tries to keep her Robot a secret. Students bug her, and her robot even gets stolen! Celia and a classmate luckily get the robot back, but how? Read this exciting book to find out! It has a clever ending.