"My favorite book is 'Arthur's Eyes' by Marc Brown. Arthur...

Book reviews

March 18, 1998

"My favorite book is 'Arthur's Eyes' by Marc Brown. Arthur gets new glasses and his sister, D.W., laughs at him. He ignores her, though. The best part of the book is when Arthur goes into the girls' bathroom by mistake before he gets his glasses."

- Ivory Robinson, Grade 3

Samuel Coleridge Taylor Elementary

"'A Book of Satellites for You,' by Franklin M. Branley, is the best book I ever read. Here are some things I learned. One is that the moon is a satellite. It goes around the planet earth. Sputnik I was the first manmade satellite and it was launched Oct. 4, 1957. It weighed 184 pounds. I learned a lot more exciting things from reading this book. That is why I think it's the best book I ever read."

- Nathan Walk, Grade 2,

Lansdowne Elementary

Is there a book you liked very much? The Sun invites its young readers to send in their book reviews and we will print them on this page or on sunspot.net, our place on the Internet. Please include your name, age, grade and the school you attend, and enclose a photo if you have one. Send your reviews to Reading by 9 Reviews, The Sun, Features Department, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278.

Pub Date: 3/17/98

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