Hello book lovers, your friend Sara here! I love how you are all pouring in your write ups on your favourite books.
After all, if a story is written for young readers, shouldnt they get to share their review of it?
So here is a ‘book review for young readers, by young readers.’
Ritika is a 10 year old avid reader from Chennai. Her passion lies in writing. She has a natural creative talent and likes to write short stories & poems. A student of Phonics Power, she loves to teach English lessons to her younger sister. Her favorite book is Famous Five and favorite author is Enid Blyton. She aspires to become an author too.
Title : One Special Day
Author : M Christina
Illustrator : Tina Macnaughton
Publisher. : Little Tiger Press
My first reaction to the cover page was that it looked pleasant with bright colours that attracted me to buy it.
My school had conducted a Parents Teachers Meeting . There was a book fair in our activity area . That is where I got the book from.
The lead characters in the book are :
Baby hedgehog – A young , smart hedgehog who is fond of his cousin, Little hedgehog .
Little hedgehog – A well- mannered , clever and a responsible child who is awfully kind and caring.
The central idea of the story is to show affection to everyone and give a helping hand when they are in need. Little Hedgehog’s cousin , Baby hedgehog, comes to stay. When they go on a day out to find bluebells, baby loses his red-dotted blanket, and the day out turns into an exclusive adventure…
It is a dramatic story with innovative words that express friendship and love . The illustrations are well designed with beautiful, light colours. The look of the book is quite fascinating , creative and peaceful.
My favourite part of the book is when they are trying to catch the blanket that is ‘floating as light as a feather in the refreshing air’
I learnt that we should hold hands together and never give up in difficult situations.
I wouldn’ t like to change anything in the book because the pace of the writing looks right with the suitable words and emotions. I rate this book with 5/5*
The best age group for reading this book is 7 – 10 because they can learn how to organize a writing using appropriate words , how and when to use emotions in their story.
*On a scale of 1-5, 5 being the highest
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