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superluckydi

1 child aged 9.
Joined April 2017

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Entered a Giveaway 17th March '19

Book pages Placeholder Book
The Sea: Exploring our blue planet
For Ages
9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14
No. of Copies
11
End Date
9th Apr '19
Open to residents of Republic of Ireland & United Kingdom

Entered a Giveaway 17th March '19

Book pages Placeholder Book
Dennis in Jurassic Bark
For Ages
8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
No. of Copies
11
End Date
9th Apr '19
Open to residents of Republic of Ireland & United Kingdom

Wrote a Review 15th March '19

Book pages The Misadventures of Max Crumbly 2: Middle School Mayhem
The Misadventures of Max Crumbly 2: Middle School Mayhem
Rylando read it aged 9
Max gets stuck in his locker over a 3 day weekend and there's nobody at school to help him. I like how he has to climb round the ventilation system to try and get around school. The bit that made me laugh was when his clothes were dirty and smelly so he gets clothes from the girls locker room which are too tight. He has to protect the school from three burglars. The one thing I really don't like is that at the end of the book it says 'to be continued'!

Wrote a Review 15th March '19

Book pages The Misadventures of Max Crumbly 1: Locker Hero
The Misadventures of Max Crumbly 1: Locker Hero
Rylando read it aged 9
Max has just started at a new school and ends up trapped in his locker. I liked the book because it was funny - Max is a normal kid with asthma and very cheeky. I read the book very quickly as I couldn't stop reading it. The illustrations were great.

Wrote a Review 12th March '19

Book pages Laugh Out Loud
Laugh Out Loud
I read it to Rylando aged 9
My 9yo son reads a lot of books himself, but we choose certain books to read together. James Patterson is an author I really enjoy reading, we chose this at the library because I found House of Robots and Max Einstein so enjoyable. We did enjoy 'Laugh out Loud' too and loved that it seemed partly autobiographical. It's a pretty motivational read for a child that has a dream! My son loved the fun illustrations. From a grown up's point of view, the short chapters are perfect for when it's a 'Please read just one more!' moment at bedtime!