Torn Apart: The Internment Diary of Mary Kobayashi (1941) from Dear Canada Series
A historic fiction fan, Clara loved reading Torn Apart. It was about Mary whose family was split up and her brothers were sent to an internment camp. They were sent to the camp because Canadians did not want Japanese people in their country. So, they sent them away to places like New Denver and Lemon Creek. This story is about Mary who was sent to Denver. The good thing is that the book has a happy ending.
I recommend this book because it is a good read. Mary tells us about the place and also about her family and her inside secrets. She tells the reader exactly about her days. She mentions about mean guys at the camp. She even meets people from the Nazi camp.
It’s okay to be different by Todd Parr
Reviewed by Daniel, Div. 4
This book says that some people are different from others and that’s okay.
I liked this book because I like the message.
Chi’s sweet home by Kanata Konami
Reviewed by Aika
This story is about a cat named Chi. Chi loses her mom but finds another house to live in.
I liked this book because it is funny and cute.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
Charlie is a poor boy and he dream of eating tonnes of chocolate. But, he is too poor. He is allowed a chocolate treat only on his birthday. His parents save up all their money for a birthday chocolate treat. One day in newspaper, Wonka allows five kids in his factory if they find the golden ticket under any ordinary chocolate bar.
I liked this book because it is one of my favourite author and it is awesome.
Written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentine Blake, The Twits is a hilarious story of an adorably gross couple. Mr. Twists is always trying to bug Mrs. Twists and Mrs. Twits tries to bug Mr. Twits and…
I liked this book because it is written by my favourite author, Roald Dahl. It is so awesome!
Meet your all-time favorite DC villains in the readable DK reader series – Super Villains.
I liked this book because it has many pictures in it.