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I read this book 17th March '19

Amelia Fang and the Unicorn Lords
Author: Laura Ellen Anderson
Amelia Fang is a brilliant character. I loved this story. It was a bit spooky but fun too- there were lots of things that made me laugh.
I like the colours of the book- it stood out on the shelf and made me want to pick it up.
I would recommend this book for children in Key Stage Two. 

Was read to me 13th March '19

You Choose!
Author: Pippa Goodhart Illustrator: Nick Sharratt
The children adore this book. It's really simple and so they can remember it to read along with from a young age. Even as my children have got older, the book has been great for looking at lots of differences and making up stories.

Was read to me 13th March '19

We're All Wonders
Author: R. J. Palacio
We loved reading this simple and wonderful story, which delivers the themes of respect and friendship from the original 'Wonder' beautifully to young readers. The illustrations are bold; perfect to capture the imagination and get children talking. 

I read this book 10th March '19

Wizard vs. Lizard
Author: Simon Philip Illustrator: Sheena Dempsey
I loved reading this book and finished it in a day, it was so good to read. I liked Fred because he found being a wizard tricky and it made me think about some things that I find tricky...i wanted to say 'You can do it, Fred'. I hope that there are lots more books in this series as I would really enjoy reading them. I liked the illustrations a lot and they helped me to imagine what life was like for Fred. I would recommend it to my friends in Year Two.

I read this book 3rd March '19

Science Lab
Author: Robert Winston
I thought this book was really interesting and it is really good if you like science and experiments. Each section has a different type of experiment and they are easy to do at home. The pictures help you to understand what you need to do and what the experiment is about.
I have tried some of the experiments. My favourite is the wind up car and I want to make the bubble tower next.
I recommend the book for Year Two and Key Stage Two children.