Book reviewer of the week – Faisal

Here are some of Faisal’s lovely and quite personal reflections on some of the Rosendale Book Club 100 books.  If you’ve read these books, perhaps you could write Faisal a comment…

On The Wonderful Wizard of Oz:  “A story about a young girl from Kansas who gets transported to this magical and wonderful world were she meets a scarecrow, Tin man and then a lion. Together they all want one thing: courage, heart, brain, and a home, but the evil witch stands in their way.  This book is amazing because of all the wonderful colours and textures and I love how all of the storyline and plot come together in a wonderful magical world that was the first colour film.”

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Faisal makes this perfect comment about Paddington.  “This book is about a bear called Paddington who is whisked away from darkest PERU to the hearts of the Brown family”

On Matilda:  “Matilda is a wonderful book that i think is referring to the wonderful world where you can do anything, achieve anything, and be anything.”

On The Hunger Games: “…a game about how we should just stop fighting…. just so everyone can end war between everyone and so it can make a better place of the world.”

Author: class6CM

We are a Year 6 class at Rosendale School in West Dulwich, London.

5 thoughts on “Book reviewer of the week – Faisal”

  1. I think it is very detailed and I would like to see more in the future.I think you should not call every book good or wonderful and should say about the bad qualities as well as the good.

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