Title: The Mystery of the Hidden House
Reviewed by: Raveen Dissanayake, 7
This book is about a group of five children called the five findouters who solve a mystery about a gang of thieves stealing cars and hiding them in a house hidden in the woods.
I like this book because the author hides information until the end of the book, so I felt curious. This made the book very exciting. I also like Fatty, the main character who was very clever at finding clues. The findouters were able to solve the mystery before the village policeman Mr. Goon.
Reveiwed by: Sophia Santa Ana, 8
This book is about a girl named Mimi whose mother died, and how her life became miserable when her mom was gone. There were also some good things she liked about life, and later on, everything turned out fine.
I liked this book because it taught me to be happy with what I have and to see the good in the bad or sad things that happen. I also like the book because I couldn't predict what was going to happen so that made me want to keep reading.
Title: The Sheep-Pig
Reviewed by: Rina Kwok, 10
Babe, an orphaned piglet, is won at a fair by farmer Hogget. He is adopted by Fly, a kind-hearted sheep-dog.
Babe is determined to learn everything he can from Fly. He knows he can't be a sheep dog. But maybe, just maybe, he might be a sheep-pig.
I liked this book because this book has a few lessons you should learn in your lifetime; you can be what you are not meant for; I like this author because he writes books just like Geronimo Stilton does.