Book Reviews

Book Reviews

September 26, 2001

"I read the book Meg Mackintosh and the Mystery at the Medieval Castle by Lucinda Landon. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes mysteries because this book is very suspenseful. I stayed up at night to read just so I could get to the next clue."

-- Logan Bryant

Linthicum Elementary

"You should read Holes by Louis Sachar, a Newbery Award winning book. It is about a boy named Stanley Yelnats who gets sent to Camp Green Lake for stealing some shoes. At Camp Green Lake, they have to dig a hole five feet deep and five feet all around the sides. I liked this book because it is exciting and suspenseful. If you want to know what happens to Stanley next, read this book."

-- Maria Theodori

Dasher Green Elementary

"The Three Little Pigs: An Old Story by Margot Zemach is about the three pigs and a wolf. I liked the homes that the pigs made. I like the brick house best."

-- Joseph Bethea Jr.

Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary

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