Maukthika Mari M.S

9 Years

53 Years

NSN Memorial Senior Secondary School


‘Roses And Forget Me Nots Story’ Book Review by 9 year old Bookosmian from Chennai

Read with Sara book review by Maukthika
Book Reviews with Sara for kids, by kids BookosmiaHello book lovers, your friend Sara here! I love how you are all pouring in your write ups on your favourite books.
Sometimes, it is so interesting to read books written years ago. One such amazing writer from the 1800s was Louisa May Alcott.
Read with Sara book review by Maukthika9 year old Maukthika Mari from Chennai reviews her short story book ‘Roses and Forget Me Nots Story’.  Have you read it?
Maukthika is studying in  N.S.N Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Chrompet, Chennai.
Title- Roses And Forget Me Nots Story      Read with Sara book review by Maukthika
Author: Louisa May Alcott

When I saw the cover page of this book, I thought it was simple but on the inside, the story was very interesting. I got this book on the Kindle app. I wanted to get this book because I love to read fairy tales and moral stories.

In this story, the main character is Lizzie, an orphan. The most interesting thing about Lizzie according to me is her kindness. The story’s main idea is that being kind to others in their hard situations will also help us in our hard situations.

In the story, Ms Belle’s kindness towards Lizzie, when she forgave Lizzie for accidentally breaking the stalk of the rose plant and also gave her a bouquet of roses, helped Ms Belle when her father had a big loss in business and had to sell everything they owned to recover from the debts and Lizzie helped by giving her a property paper of a house in Camberley. Lizzie also left a note that says; this is a small gesture of returning your kindness 10 years ago, know that I will forever be grateful to you.

The illustrations were nice and it had relevant pictures that made it easy to understand the story. If I could change something in the book it would be the names of the characters. My understanding after reading the book is that if we are kind to others, they will also be kind to us. This is a very interesting book as it has useful morals.

The best age group for this book is 5-12 years.

On a scale of 1-5, my rating to this book is 5/5.


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