The Miniature Bug Book Review

The Miniature World of Marvin and James by Elise Broach is a fun book. It takes place in the house of a boy named James. While he is going out on vacation his bug friend, Marvin, has to stay behind at his house. But when Marvin’s cousin, Elaine, takes him off into the house to play they get stuck in a tricky situation.

I give this book 4 out of 4 L’s:

 

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Chilly Movie Review

The Polar Express is a fun movie for the whole family. ┬áThis Christmas movie is about a boy who was waiting to hear Santa’s sleigh bells and ends up on a train heading toward the north pole. The best part of the movie is the music ­čÖé I’ve never gotten tired of hearing the songs even after watching the movie 3-5 times.

I give this movie 4 out of 4 L’s

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How to get Christmas Presents

This is how to get Christmas presents in Washington starting in 2017:

1. Stay awake to let Santa in.

2. Be polite when writing your Christmas list.

3. On Christmas Eve set out healthy snacks like apples, pears and bananas.

4. Make lots of room for the presents under your tree.

If you don’t do all of these things you might end up with no presents. ­čśŽ

Freckled Book Review

Freckle juice by Judy Blume is a fiction book for ages 6 and up. It’s a story about a boy who wants freckles. When one person in his class gives him a recipe that the person says will give him freckles, he tries it out to see if it works. I liked the story overall but I think the outcome at the end is not so great.

Rating: 3 L’s

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Missing Title Book Review 1

Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Corn Popper (Book 11) by David A. Adler is a suspenseful mystery.┬áCam and her friend, Eric, are getting school supplies from a store when someone’s shopping bag is stolen. Cam and Eric have to figure out who did it. The setting of a department store creates a challenge because there are so many people there and only one is the culprit. I recommend the story for ages five and up.

Rating: 4 out of 4 L’s

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