Boo & Baa Get Wet by Lena Landstrom
Reviewed by Becca Westmoreland
Boo and Baa were playing croquet all day. When they went inside to get ready for bed it started to rain. But, they left the croquet outside. So they went to get it. I liked it.

Playing Hooky (Sweet Valley Twins) by Francine Pascal
Reviewed by Chelsea Zhang
I like this book because it teaches me if you do something wrong, tell somebody. Or if you hide the truth, you are going to get more punishment.

Scooby Doo and the Fairground Phantom by James Gelsey
Reviewed by Anthony Rimoldi
I liked it! Especially when Scooby and Shaggy threw pies at the ghost!! And when they ate the “apple pies” but were really turnip pies and they made yucky faces!

The Reptile Room by Lemony Snicket
Reviewed by Erin Dyer
In this book, read about the further misadventures of the Baudelaire orphans, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny. Once again they battle Count Olaf as well as poisonous snakes. Read this book to find out if they are successful.

The Z was Zapped by Chris Van Allsburg
Reviewed by Douglas Schwall
This is a really funny book. This book was written by one of my favorite authors. I really liked this book.

The Mole Sisters and the Busy Bees by Roslyn Schwartz
Reviewed by Edward Richardson
I like the part when they say boo at each other.

Spike the Black Wolf by Dave Sergent
Reviewed by Kyle Whiteaker
I would like to have a wolf of my own.

The Missing Piece by Shel Silverstein
Reviewed by Kim Cassisa
It is the funniest book in the world. I like the song in it. Other children will like it.

The Darling Boys by M.C. Helldorfer
Reviewed by Sean McChesney
I liked it because the two brothers are always fighting while they cook until a robber comes and steals their money that they’ve hidden in the bakery shop.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
Reviewed by Kyra McCarty
What I liked about this story was when Mr. Wonka gave the factory to Charlie.

Arthur’s Birthday by Marc Brown
Reviewed by Asma Al-Sherri
It’s about when Arthur has his birthday and his friend Muffy has her birthday on the same time. So then Arthur had an idea and they had both birthdays at Arthur’s house.  I liked this book.

The Very Lonely Firefly by Eric Carle
Reviewed by Jeremy Redmond
This book was about a firefly who was lonely. Finally he found a light but it was not his friends. Finally he found them!

Zoom City by Thacher Hurd
Reviewed by Jerrel Gooch
They said “away we go old cars new cars.” I like that part and they said “fix the dumper fix the headlight everything alright.” They said “uptown downtown zoom city zoom in.” That’s what I read.

Nuts to You! by Lois Ehlert
Reviewed by Jake Robinson
This book has some hard words, and its about this squirrel who carries a nut. Good pictures. The squirrel steals some seeds from the birds. It is a good book!

The Hungriest Caterpillar by Eric Carle
Reviewed by Jeremy Redmond
This book was about a caterpillar who was very hungry! So he ate a lot one day and made a cocoon. He sat in it for more than three months. Later he found a hole in it and he came out and he was a…butterfly!

Jace Mace and the Big Race by Barbara Gregorich
Reviewed by Jacob Robinson
It’s real cool because it has biking, racing, and funny interesting drawings.

Our Teacher’s having a baby by Eve Bunting
Reviewed by Kyra McCarty
What I liked about this story was when the students made a bulletin board for the baby.

The Airplane Alphabet Book by Jerry Pallota
Reviewed by Douglas Jones
Interesting illustrations and history about planes is in this book. I recommend this book to boys who like planes.

Scary Scary Halloween by Eve Bunting
Reviewed by Jacob Robinson
I liked the pictures, and finding all the cat’s eyes. It was exciting and fun to read!

The Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket
Reviewed by Erin Dyer
This book is about three orphans, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny. Their parents died ina fire. They are forced to live with an evil relative. All he wants is to steal their family’s fortune!  Read this book to find out what happens.

The Happy Hollisters at Sea Gull Beach by Jerry West
Reviewed by Hannah Hakim
I liked The Happy Hollisters because it is very realistic.

The Very Quiet Cricket by Eric Carle
Reviewed by Kristen Babo
I liked the book because it kept repeating.

Matilda the Moocher by Diana Bluthenthal
Reviewed by Emma Wilson
It is about Matilda borrowing Libby’s things!

Flying Things by Rod Campbell
Reviewed by Sarah Wilson
The book was about things that fly. I wish I could fly!

Tracks by David Galef
Reviewed by Ashley Mooneyham
It is a good book. It is very funny. I like it when the train goes through the water, around the cows, through the barn and on top of the trees.

Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business by Barbara Park
Reviewed by Asma Al-Sherri
It is when Junie B. Jones thinks she has a little monkey brother and everyone wants to see him first. It is funny. I liked the part when Junie B. Jones has to give everybody their stuff back and makes excuses.

Song of la Selva by Joan Banks
Reviewed by Rachel Fletcher
It is funny. I like all the animals and colors. I like the way they made the pictures. I like the animal frog. Especially the parts in the story with the funny noises!

The Berenstain Bears and the Galloping Ghost by Jan and Stan Berenstain
Reviewed by Ashley Mooneyham
It was a really good book. I really liked it. I think the next person who reads this books will really like it too. I think the author did a really good job. This book is about a sister and brother who want to take riding lessons. But brother does not want to take them.

Tales of a Fourth-Grade Nothing by Judy Blume
Reviewed by Cathy Chen
Peter (the main character) has a pesty brother called Fudge. He (Fudge) knows every trick you can think of that pesters people. He enen eats turtles. This book is funny!

The Dumb Bunnies Go to the Zoo by Sue Denim
Reviewed by Casey Quinn
It had great pitchers.

I want my dinner by Tony Ross
Reviewed by Theronica Woods
What I liked about this story was when the little boy said say “please.

My Sister Gracie by Gillian Johnson
Reviewed by Laura Jansen
It was ok and my favorite character is Gracie.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling
Reviewed by Lindley Booth
I like it because it has a lot of magic in it.

Spot’s First Walk by Eric Hill
Reviewed by Iesha Richardson
I liked the part when Spot took a drink in the pond and the fish said “don’t fall in!”