Congratulations to the winners of our April Review Contest!
A huge thank you to all of the students for their hard work, time, and dedication! Check out the winning reviews below to see what kids really have to say about these books!
Paws Off, Cheddarface! (Geronimo Stilton, No. 6) by Geronimo Stilton
“The book is about somebody pretending to be a very famous mouse! Will the mouse who was pretending to be Geronimo Stilton not ever get caught or will Geronimo Stilton catch the culprit? Find out in the book Paws Off, Cheddarface!” –Aydin R.
The Tapper Twins Tear Up New York by Geoff Rodkey
“The Tapper Twins Tear Up New York is an upbeat, fun book for early readers. I am partial to this book because I am also a twin and was also born in New York City. This was pretty action-packed, so if you want a quick, easy read, filled with a funny story and a story full of literally walking all around the place, this is the book for you.” –Yael S.
Stephanie’s Ponytail by Robert Munsch
“This book is such a fun book. When Stephanie comes to school with a high pony, the next day the kids follow her even her teacher and pets! But, Stephanie gets super tired of this that she comes to school… Read this book to find out what Stephanie does to her hair!” –Avni S.
Out of Left Field by Ellen Klages
“This book is about a girl named Katy who tries to join the little league baseball team but she is not allowed. This book is also about the fight against discrimination against girls. Katy puts up a hard fight and does a lot of research about women in baseball. She learns that she is not the only one facing this problem! Even though she is a one of a kind pitcher, they rejected her from the beginning after they learned she was a girl disguised as a boy while she was trying out. Does Katy manage to win the fight?” –Aditya R.
Duck and Goose Find a Pumpkin by Tad Hills
“Now hey. I know what your thinking. “Are you kidding me? She’s reading such an easy book!”. But I didn’t really pay attention to the story. I paid attention to the picture! I looked at each page and copied the picture on a piece of paper and make a paper version of the story! I think you’ll do great drawing the pictures! Post it online or something and tell your friends to do the same.” –Sae H.