My First Green Cook Book by David Atherton – Review by Sophia (3RB)

This is a book that teaches you how to make delicious foods but it has lots of vegetables and fruit that you don’t even taste in the cakes! The reason why it’s called ‘My First Green Cook Book’ is because it has lots of recipes that involve vegetables.

I found this book interesting because you make food with vegetables in it but you don’t taste it. 

I recommend it to people who like cooking.


How to Break a Dragon’s Heart by Cressida Cowell – Review by Amelia (4RT)

This book is about Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third who is sent on, what people think, is a impossible quest: to get some mead made from the bees of Berserk. Will he survive the Quest and find Camicazi on the way, also will the dragon Furious betray Hiccup?

I really liked this book especially when Toothless eats a spoon with his meal because he was so hungry. 

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes adventure books and dragons.


Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens – Review by Kara (5NB)

This book is about two school girls solving a murder without the help of anyone. Together, they go through many disturbing and rulebreaking times to work out who the murderer is. Soon, they discover that the killer has performed several murders and take the menacing killer into custody. 

I love this book as I am generally interested in mystery books, and this book in particular gives me a chance to try and guess who the murderer is inside of my head. 

I would rate this book 5 stars and would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes reading plot-twist books!


The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins – Review by Siyona (6MT)

This book is the first novel of The Hunger Games Trilogy. Written in the voice of Katniss Everdeen, the protagonist, it drives us to the future where The Capitol (basically the capital city) has complete power over all the ‘districts’. The Hunger Games are brutal fights to the death where 24 tributes are taken into an arena to fight against their will. Katniss is one of those tributes. Throughout all three books, Katniss is thinking about how her decisions will affect her family, whether it will hurt or help them. 

I love this book because you are introduced to the main characters who each have a strong and unique personality. It also has a powerful background, because it makes you think about how far people will go for love, power, wealth, fame and so much more. You never realise how amazing it is until you actually read it. 

I would recommend this book to Y5’s and Y6’s as this book has a bit of violence.


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