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‘Ichuppa Village’ Book Review by 12 year old S. Nishitha from Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli

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Book Reviews with Sara for kids, by kids BookosmiaHello book lovers, your friend Sara here! I love how you are all pouring in your submissions.

And we know it is even more special when a child sends in the review not of some bestselling author, but of stories written by another child.

So here is a ‘book review for young readers, by young reader of story by young writer.’

Book Review with Sara by S. Nishitha Bookosmia

12 year old S. Nishitha from Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli shares her review of one of our favourite stories,  ‘Ichuppa Village,’ by 10 year old S Sivakumaran from Chennai.

Nishitha is student of Bell English School. She loves her  father, mother, teachers and God. Nishitha loves eating  fruits and vegetables and playing volleyball and seven stones. She wants to become a doctor,to help others.

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Story-Ichuppa Village

Author- S Sivakumaran

Publisher- Bookosmia

 

I like reading books about studies.
The story is about Rahul and his friends who play video games and watch TV  all the time. They do not give any importance to studies. One day, in his video game, he was walking on the river bank. On the opposite side was walking a boy called Luhar.
My recreation of what Rahul’s village must looks like is below.
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Luhar used to live in a place opposite of Ichuppa village where everyone was  interested in studying and playing outdoor games.
My recreation of what Rahul’s village must looks like is below.
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Rahul is the lead character in this story.He got inspired by seeing what all Luhar and others in the village had achieved. Rahul too changed his lifestyle -and focused on studies.
The story’s idea is to inspire readers to study more and try to learn about everything.
The writing style was very good and nice.
My favourite part is that Rahul mistook the the robot as Luhar’s brother, it was so real!
Studying is important in our life to improve our knowledge. I have learned this from the story
The age group of readers is upto 14 years old.
The story is nice and I don’t want to change anything in the story.  I would give it a rating of 5/5*

*On a scale of 1-5, 5 being the highest

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One Reply to “‘Ichuppa Village’ Book Review by 12 year old S. Nishitha from Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli”

  • Thank you for your review
    Rahul- Luhar
    Appuchi- Ichuppa
    That’s reversed Letter
    By s.sivakumaran

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