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 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Courtney, aged 11
I liked a year without Autumn because it's in present tense so the author can take you with her along in the story and it makes more sense.This book is also a fiction book. If you are in KS2 then I recommend this book to you because it's not easy enough for KS1, but but quite difficult for the lower KS2, but is a good read. I like the first part of the story because it goes straight into action and describes the characters really well.This book is fantastic and brilliant but mostly for girls. Autumn is a rich teenage girl and Jenni is an inbetween type of person who likes to be in order.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by scott, aged 9
The characters are Tom, Craig, Tom's mum, Tom's dad and Jenni
I recommend this book to ks2 because it is a bit boring but most of it was good. Some of the blurb is: Jenni Green doesn't have a choice on her way to visit her best friend Autumn, Jenni suddenly finds she's been transported exactly one year forward in time.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Rita, aged 10
I loved the book because it had so much drama in it. My favourite part was when Jenni travelled back one day, went on the horse-riding trip with Autumn and her brother Mikey and saved Mikey's life by controlling the horse that Mikey was on.The horse was called Angus and, when Jenni went into the future, Angus threw Mikey off and Mikey hit his head and got stuck in a coma.The part that got me excited was when Jenni went into the old lift and travels in time.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Lucy, aged 10
I did not like this book because I thought it was for a teenager. The language and suspense was too much for me. I liked the part where Jenni went horse riding.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Teghan, aged 9
I thought A Year Without Autumm was a bit boring because it wasn't that catchy. Also it was hard to get stuck in to and I wouldn't like to read any more books by Liz Kessler because I think they will be as boring as A Year Without Autumm. For that reason I give this book 1 STAR.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Kacey, aged 10
This book is amazing and I mean amazing I would love to read this book again and again because she went from the top floor where it was nice and it did not smell down to the bottom floor where it was smelly and disgusting. This book is very realistic and I would recommend this book to people who like 'Autumny' girlie books. Even if you are a boy DO NOT JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER!
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Eve, aged 10
A Year Without Autumn is an ok book. It is a good book, but it is not what I would usually go for, you can read it but that is my opinion.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Abbi, aged 10
I find this book quite interesting because it described the characters really well and it also described the scene extremely well. My favourite part is when Jenni went forward in time and found out that Autumn wasn't her friend anymore. I would definitely recommend this book to a friend.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Olivia, aged 9
I liked this book because she went down from the nice floor to the HORRID and DIRTY floor.It was a fantastic book and I would love to read it again.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Nikita, aged 11
I think this book was good and it was also quite interesting. I like some parts in the book as well. My favourite character was Jenny because she is the oldest and she is interesting.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Rimsha
It was okay, but I prefer to read a better book.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Marzia, aged 10
This book was okay to read. I didn't like some bits because it went boring and good. I rate it 6 out of 10.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Haseeb, aged 9
It was quite good but a bit too girly. Rating: 5/10
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Jodie, aged 9
The book was awesome!! I loved reading it . I loved the end of it.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Luca, aged 10
I thought that 'A year without Autumn' was GIRLY. I gave it 2 ** because I'm not into girl stories. It was a bit cool because time travelling sounds cool and it's in every book I get. So that's that. There's a time travelling theme in my group B.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Emma, aged 9
It was a good book because there was a lot of good words. If this book was mine I would read it all the time. Never missing a second. The best part was when Jenni went into the future about 1 year forward. The part that I didn't like the most was when Autumn's mum was ill. If I went into the future I will be so confused because not a lot will be different.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Amana, aged 11
I didn't like this book because I found it more suitable for a teenager, also it was not my kind.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Chloe D., aged 10
A Year Without Autumn was ok but it wasn't a really good book, it was sometimes just a story about Autumn and didn't have any really good pages some of them were good but not as good as the Sleeping Army and Pillywiggins.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Armaini, aged 9
It was boring it was not the book for me. I would recommend to my friends that this is rubbish. I like more interesting or fiction books. I didn't finish this book. It would be more for a proper reading lover they would like this. You have the book for ten days and then you give it to someone or a friend of yours.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Abi, aged 11
A year without Autumn is my favorite FBA book yet because it is exciting and adventurous. It was also very emotional because Mikey nearly died and Jenni went back in time so that Mikey wouldn't die because Mikey's sister (Jenni's best friend) Autumn was very upset and Jenni didn't like to see her in that state! Going to the future was quite confusing for Jenni because when she got there she didn't know what had gone on at all!!! She asked everyone what was going on, because she didn't understand what was going on. Jenni also got really upset because when she kept going further into the future, the further she got the more she started to realise what was going on and in one part of the future Jenni found out that they fell out and she was heartbroken by this!! Liz Kessler (the author) really brought the book to life by using very strong vocabulary. In conclusion a year without Autumn was simply the BEST book I have EVER read and I would recommend it to absolutely anybody!!!!
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Alisha , aged 10
A year without Autumn by Liz Kessler was a wonderful book because of all the emotional scenes like when Jenni went back in time to save her brother Mickey from being kicked by the horse and stopped to get a coma that was a really inspiring book. Additionally the part when Jenni went into the old lift and went back to the future. I recommend this book to KS2 because of all the tricky words and I don't think they would understand what Jenni was going through a that time. Also I think this book is good for boys and girls and for that reason I really enjoyed in and I would love to read more of Liz Kessler's book. Thank you for reading.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Evelina, aged 9 years old
It was really good but I think it needed more -ly words and adjectives and also it needed more -ed words....
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Shannon, aged 9
This book so far is brilliant and in my opinion keep reeding this book.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Shannon, aged I am nine
This book is brilliant and it is a lovely book I am going to read it again and again.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Samantha, aged 11
I think this book so far is one of my favourite books, because it leaves lots of suspense and the characters are very well detailed. In addition I feel this book is brilliant, because its in present tense.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Megan, aged 9
I thought A year A Year Without Autumn was an ok book. At first it was a bit boring but then it got a little bit better. When she's actually in time it gets a bit confusing. I had to stop half way through the book because I got that confused but other than that, it is a alright book.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by Shannon, aged 9
This book is the best do not say no to this book.
 A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler reviewed by SHANNON, aged I AM 10 YEARS OLD
i thought that it was a fantastick book i really loved it and iwish i was just about good as this ather . WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Scott, aged 9
Patrick Carman wrote floors.
The charters are Leo, MrBump, Mr Fillmore, Ms Sparks, Mr Wippet, Mr Phipps, Daisy, Betty, Rickenbacker and Remi.
I recommend Floors because it is a lot of pages and fun book to read and it has a exciting cover.
It is illustrated by David Wyatt, cover design by Steve Wells.
The blurb says, 'there's no place on Earth like The Whippet Hotel. Every floor has its surprise and
secrets. Guests are either mad or mysterious and ducks are everywhere.'
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Courtney, aged 11
Floors was a good read because on the first page it just zoomed straight into aciton and that's the way I like to start stories. Also it gives you realy good detail on the characters.

I liked this book because it was exciting and had quite short chapters. I especially liked this book because of the front cover. It looked mysterious, there's robots, sharks, things from inside clocks and somethings from the carnival.

I disliked this book because sometimes when it describes characters it give a bit to much detail and information. Also it just needs a few more pictures to help understand what the author is saying in his writing.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Olivia, aged 9
I enjoyed this book because it was funny and it makes you want to carry on reading. I thought I wouldn't be able to read it in two weeks but the book made me want to carry on so I read it very quickly! I liked the shark head Daisy. IT WAS THE BEST BOOK I HAD EVER READ!
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Luca, aged 10
I thought that the book was EPIC, because there's a shark's head in the basement. Also it was so funny my Dad said "you need some oxygen son". I would rate the book to 10-12 year olds because it's really confusing.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Kieron, aged 10
This book was not a very good book because it was all in one scene and that scene was the Whippet Hotel. The Whippet Hotel was very large because it had more than four floors. My favourite chapter was the Ring of Rooms or the Room of Rings. I would not recommend this book to anyone because it was boring.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Erin
It was hard to get into the book, but after I finally got into the book I really enjoyed it. My favourite part was in the ring of rooms or the room of rings.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Kai, aged 10
I thought it was a really good book I would rate it 10/10 because I have never read one of Patrick Carmen's books since I started school !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Kacey, aged 10
This book is really good in my opinion. Floors, I would like to read again because it is a great book. Daisy the shark, I love that name and why would you call a chapter Good Bye For Now? Like I said on my other review, if you are a girl- DO NOT JUDGE A BOOK BY IT'S COVER! The reason why I said this is because you might have all done the same mistake as I have.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Olivia, aged 10
I thought this book was a great read as I thought it was adventurous. It had an interesting story of the Whippet Hotel and Mr Whippet. I liked when Leo, the main character, had to find all of the different boxes in the different exciting rooms.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Ameen, aged 9
I like this book because there's lots of secret rooms in the whippet hotel and the main thing is, the owner is missing! My favourite character is Leo because he looks after the hotel and finds a mysterious purple box. The ducks are funny because they always mess about and have lots of fun.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Kasim, aged 10
I like the book because I like the ducks flying and doing thier buisness in the lobby and also I like the fact that you called miss Pompadors dog hiney which means bottom in American slang.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Reanna, aged 9
I think this book is strange and unique because they are ducks that act like dogs and cause mayhem in the lobby .also they is a room that is a giant pinball machine. and the owner has disappeared and he needs to find 4 more purple boxes other wise the hotel will collapse.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Year 5, aged 9 and 10
This book is very good-it has a great twist. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves adventure and mystery. A secret on every floor.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Melvin, aged 9
This book is about a boy Leo and his friend Remi who find boxes with different secrets and mysterious places. The many secrets to be found!
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Daniel, aged 9
It's about a boy named Leo and on every floor there's a secret on every floor. It is "AMAZING." The name of the hotel is The Whippet Hotel!!!
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Rhianna, aged 9
It was about this boy and there were four boxes. Each one led to a floor and the boy went through the first one and held the other there in his arm.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Scarlett, aged 9
This book is FANTASTIC, underneath every floor there is a surprise. I would recommend this book to people who like mystery and adventures. Ha Ha.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Gabriel, aged 9 Years old
I liked this book because I liked the name of the chapters for starters, my favourite chapter name was FIRED!. Floors isn't the best book I've ever read but it's sertanly a good book. The story is very discriptive. The scariest chapter was probably a haunted dinner party because the pictures of the zombies were frightening. I love the illistrations because they're detailed and they look like they're coming to life.This book deserves to be in the the fantastic book awards. The middle part of the story is the best, I dont have a favourite part in the story.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Natalie, aged 11
I think Floors is quite a good book however I don't quite get the moral of the story and I didn't really get the story line.
Overall, I would reccomend this book as quite an interesting story but just beware, dont get your hopes up too much!
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Lucy, aged 11
I really enjoyed this book. It was really funny and there were ducks everywhere, getting up to mischief. Betty was very grumpy. I would definitely recommend this book to children of my age!
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Megan, aged 9
Floors is a good book to read. When I was picking a book I really wanted to read Floors but once I read it, it didn't turn out like I thought it would. Never judge a book by its cover. In my opinion Floors is more of an adventure book.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Hannah, aged 9
Floors was really good it was the best book I've ever read it was really exciting and fun. The best bit I liked was when the ducks were in the elivater and they were all squashed together.It would be really awesome and cool if it was a real hotel to live in.I think that Patrick Carman is a really good auther and he has lots of other good books that other children like me will love to read.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Maria, aged 10
I thought that the book was really cool and it was great when there was a sharks head in the basement!!!
Also I liked the way that they described Merganzer leaving the city.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Sofie, aged 11
I don't like this book because it doesn't get me hooked in quickly enough and it describes the characters in too much detail! So I would not recommend this to anyone unless they like the author to describe the character in lots of detail.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Molly, aged 11
In the Whippet Hotel they have got guests that are either mad or mysterious but one guest who is neither is Leo, who is the caretaker's son. Every single floor in this strange hotel has it very own secret or surprise oh and ducks are running wild in the hotel. However when he comes across four very mysterious boxes, which leads him to hidden floors. Whilst he goes on a extraordinary adventure the hotel is fallen apart. I didn’t really like this book because it didn’t get me hooked in straight away so I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Preston, aged 10
I found this book very interesting and I like it better than 'Pilly Wiggins and the Tree Witch'. This book is very good I could read it every day but I still think it is too long and a bit boring.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Chloe , aged 10
Floors by Patrick Carmen is REALLY REALLY good he is a BRILLIANT author and I hope he writes more AMAZING books like Floors he puts all of his effort in to make sure he has wrote the most nicest book so children will read it. His cover for Floors is AWESOME I love this book. I also liked this book because of the character`s and description.
Floors by Patrick Carman Floors by Patrick Carman reviewed by Matthew, aged 9
Floors was the best book ever because of it's description and the characters. The challenges that Leo had to do was incredible.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Courtney, aged 11
A Hen in the Wardrobe was an interesting book although you could of thought more about how his time was in his dads berber village then how he was and his family. It was one of the best books I have read considering it is a new book out. I would like to say thank you to our teacher for getting us these books and going on the course and also to the author of this book Wendy Meddour because the book went straight into the story instead of talking about all the characters in a whole paragraph. I liked the last part of the book because it it said it had been over a year then there was just a wailing baby which made me want to read the rest of the book.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Scott, aged 9
I recommend 'A Hen in the Wardrobe' because once I opened the book I was a bit excited and I enjoyed it. It was a bit boring but it was fun.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Dion, aged 10
I would recommend this book to everyone in the class because it is very interesting and it is about a man who sleepwalks when his wife goes on a trip to a new work.
I disliked nothing from the book because it's all brilliant.
The characters are fully described and they sound friendly in the book.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Chelsea, aged 9
I thought this was a good book because he tells you a lot of information and uses short paragraphs in it. I dislike this book because it just tells you the same thing over again and you do not understand. I would recommend this book to people who do like hens and leopards ..
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Rimsha, aged 10
It is a funny book and once I picked it up and read the book I couldn't put it down. My favourite part of the book was when the dad went into the wardrobe looking for a hen. My favourite characters is Ramzi and dad, because they were so funny and Ramzi was so brave going into the woods.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Haseeb, aged 9
This book is a good book because in the end when Dad's asleep it says he sleeps like a little baby Lol. I found it amazing and I would like to read it to all my friends and little brothers. My favourite character was Ramzi because he is fearless to go in the woods. My favourite part is when Dad sails away to the moon. I also like how the author described Hamza's attitude. Like with all the gang and daring.

On a scale rating 1 to 10 I would give it a 11.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Muneeb, aged 10
This book is just my type, it's really interesting and funny lol!
I found it very amusing, I would really like to read it again.
My favourite character was Dad, my favourite part of the book was when the dad thought there was a hen in a wardrobe.
I like how the author described how Hamza's attitude was.

If I were to rate it I would give it a 9/10.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Marzia, aged 10
I liked this book because when I saw the cover of the book I thought it will be a good book.
My favourite bit was when the Dad climbed up the tree. My favourite characters are Dad and Ramzi. I rate this book 10 out of 10.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Muteeb, aged 9
I thought of the book,that it is really good and I like it but my favourite character is Dad because he is funny because he was sleepwalking and he was stuck in a tree and then he was confused because he did not know how he got there and I like the way the writer described Ramzi.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Ethan, aged 10
I enjoyed The Hen in the Wardrobe, it was quite funny. I laughed at the pictures of Miss Sharp. I also liked the bit where Ramadi said to his father that he does strange things in the night.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Laura, aged 9
This book is good and it's all about a man who does a lot of strange stuff in his sleep just because he's homesick. I think a lot of people will like this book because it's funny.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by James, aged 10
I think that this book was OK. Not the best in the world but it is OK to read I'll rate this book 6/10.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Logan, aged 9
The book was quite good. I loved the start when Ramzi thought his dad was going bonkers and the little girl was reading his mind and getting everything right that was going on with Ramzi's dad.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Grace, aged 9
I liked this book, it was very funny and entertaining. The author really wrote this book well. A 5 star read. It was fantastic!
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Abbey, aged 9
A boy, his dad is sleep working. There is a hen in the wardrobe and his dad destroyed his room and the boy was mad at him. The boy had to clean up.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Muaaz, aged 10
Ramzi's dad is sleep-walking, he's home sick. Chasing frogs in the pantry, looking for a hen in a wardrobe and climbing trees like a leopard!
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Raees, aged 9
It's about a boy(Ramzi). Dad sleepwalks-everyone goes to dad's home town-Algeria, then he stops sleepwalking, but Ramzi wants to go back home!
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Joseph, aged 9
This book is about a boy called Ramzi realised that his dad was sleep-walking. So he was made to do quest to save him. 5 star book no lie lol:]
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Chris, aged 10
This book is suitable for comedy lovers and both boys and girls. It is EXTREMELY FUNNY and also a little bit mysterious.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Brooke, aged 10
This book was funny and fantabulous because it was funny . My favourite part was when Ramzi's dad got stuck up a tree while sleep walking. I also liked it when they had to move to Ramzi's dad's old home to get him to stop sleepwalking.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Olivia, aged 9
I liked the book but some bits I found a bit boring. I found it hard to get into the book but I enjoyed it in the end. Always remember carry on reading! I liked most of it because some of it was funny. What made me laugh was when there was a sheep in the kitchen I found that very funny.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Amana , aged 11
This was the best book ever. I liked this book because it had a lot of description and it was based on religion Islam!!!!!!!
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Luca, aged 10
It was a bit funny because A Hen in the Wardrobe what it's plain stupid. I gave it a 3*** because it wasn't that good so that's why I gave it that.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Declan, aged 11
The hen in a wardrobe is a funny book. There are a number of different setting my best was in the desert. I give it a score of 7/10
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Danyaal, aged 11
I found this book funny and recomend it to everyone with a sense of humour! One of the funniest parts was when Mr Ramadan thought he was a snow leapord and jumped into a tree!?
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Molly, aged 11
Ramzi s dad used to wake up in the middle of the night hunting for a hen in the wardrobe or thinking that he could sail to the moon and sometimes even pretending he was a snow leopard. When Ramzi went to school late and tired a knowledgeable little girl went over to him and enquired what was the matter, so he explained to the little girl what was going on and how he didn’t know why his dad was doing so unexplainable event he was doing and she afterwards she explained how she thought it was sleeping disorder (sleep walking). Days later Ramzi and his dad went to a special doctor who specialists ‘sleeping disorder’ who then said it was because of his homesickness. So just under a week later they were in Algeria playing with their cousins and eating their nanny’s crunchy biscuits. When it came to going back home mum and Ramzi was convinced that the sleep walking might return so they went to a wise man that then went on to say that he has to do a series of silly tasks. So he did them. When they got back home, unfortunately they didn't so Ramzi came up with his own resolution for it. I loved this book Because it was funny but serious at the same time I would recommend it to ages ten and above because there is a few tricky words.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Sofie, aged 11
I LOVE this book it's hilarious! It's all about a dad who starts sleepwalking and in the end his son cures him by giving him his Nanna's blanket and the noises from his place of birth. From then on he didn't sleep walk again.
A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour reviewed by Amber , aged 10
I would never bother reading it again
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Aaron, aged 9
I would like people to read this book because it is so cool. I read it at home and I thought that it was the best book I've read. My favourite part of the book is where it goes in his head at the end.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Karlene, aged 9
I would recommend this book to a friend because it was a fantastic book and they did a film and his best friend had a bag and it had lots of money and passport in her bag but she couldn't go on holiday but she did and she got her bag.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Paige, aged 9
I think that I Don't Believe It, Archie' is very good and the characters have been very well described and I think that it is very funny and exciting. It is very exciting because it gets you right in to the good parts of the book. A funny part was when Archie saw a piano coming down right in the middle of the road.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Courtney, aged 11
I think this was the best read ever because it was really fun how Archie had something bad happen to him every day - like he gets mistaken for another boy called Archie who has been kidnapped and they just had to pay two grand to get him back.
I liked this book because it's like Diary of a Wimpy Kid it tells you what he does in his daily life.
I disliked nothing and would recommend it to people who like Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by lleyton, aged 10
I Don't Believe It. Archie! is a wonderful book the action connects a wicked book if you see any books of Andrew Noriss's - READ THEM
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Yannik , aged 9
I recommend this book to a friend if they are above 7 years old because it is funny, in one chapter a piano goes rolling down a street, when all that is over he forgot to put a letter in the post.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Scott, aged 9
The characters were Archie, Archie's mum, Cyd and Cyd's mum.
The best part was when the robber has stolen a lot of diamond jewels and when Archie took 3 hours and it was a little job.
I would recommend this to 6 year olds because it is fun at the back and a bit at the front of the book.
It was written by Andrew Norriss and it was illustrated by Hannah Shaw.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Jon, aged 9
This book was good funny and very adventurous and very wierd . It will get children to get out side and have good adventures. There are very funny moments and weird ones as well.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Teghan, aged 9
I thought this book was hilarious because it had lots of detail. I would like to read all of Andrew Norriss' books because I think all of his books will be hilarious and if I get one of the books I will read it all the time.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Rimsha, aged 10
I love this book, it was amazing. It was so funny I laughed at every sentence. My favourite part was when he was accused of killing the dog. My favourite characters were Archie, and Cyd. If I ever had a chance of rating this book I will give 10 out 10.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Marzia, aged 10
This book is amazing because it has many good parts in it. I like Archie and Cyd in the book and my favourite bit is when Archie always gets in trouble. I rate this 10 out of 10.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Muneeb, aged 10
I cannot say I hate the book, to be honest I pretty liked it.
I found some of the parts a little funny, I enjoyed the descriptions of the people.
The author has lots of humour.

I rate it 7/10.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Muteeb, aged 9
I thought it was really good because I like the way how the author described all the characters, especially Archie. He is my favourite character and I will give it 9/10.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Kacey Marie, aged 10
I thought this book was great, it was magical and it was interesting. The reason why I thought it was interesting is because a piano started rolling down the road. And Archie's mum said "I don't believe it Archie!" I was roaring with laughter every time his mum said it, it was so funny. I would recommend this book for 9, 10 and 11 year olds. This book is fantastic, great, sensational and magical. It is the best book I have ever read in my whole entire world.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Chloe, aged 9
This book was very good. It was really funny. I liked that Archie always found something weird to do. I liked that the police man just ignored Archie and didn't want to know what he had to say. My favourite chapter was the one about Archie glued to the Library doors.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Lucy, aged 10
This book is amazing. I really liked it because it was 'cartoony' and that is my style. It was really funny when the piano rolled down the hill and banged into the car and got covered in grit. Archie had lots of bad things happen to him, like sticking to the library doors. It was disgusting when the Grandma said she would take some of her clothes off. I would definitely recommend this book to other children of my age.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Bethany, aged 9
I really liked this book because it's really funny and random. My favourite character in the book is Archie. My favourite part in the book is when the piano was rolling down the road and made all the CHAOS. This book is AWESOME.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Libby, aged 9
I think this book is fantastic and there is good description in this book. Also my favourite chapter is chapter one because there was more pictures then the rest of the chapters. Also you could act this book out in a play because there is speech and fab description. I would read this book again, therefore I liked it all, but the main chapters was chapter one three and two. However, I liked the bit when the pin was rolling down the hill when Archie was going to the post office to post a letter. Thank you.
This book was fabulous.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Chloe
I think the book was a bit boring and weird. I wouldn't get this book again because I didn't like the characters in it and what happened in it. It was quite rubbish. I think that this book deserves 2 stars. I don't think that I will get this book at the library or anywhere else. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Matthew, aged 9
I think it was a good read because it had a lot of detail and description and it was funny because something odd happened to Archie every day.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Hugo , aged 10
Awesome.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Elise, aged 10
It was interesting at the start, but didn't really catch me in the middle of the story.
So it was quite funny, but didn't catch me.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Uzair, aged 9
I think this book was amazing. It is a very touching book. There is also a lot of humor addded to this story. Also, Archie is going through a very hard time. In each chapter, something always happens to Archie. The part of the book I found most funniest was when the old women was about to take of her clothes and stick herself on the doors of the library. What I like about each character is that they all have their own personality.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Huzaifa, aged 10
I think this book is thrilling. I like how the chapters are based on the days of the week. This book is very funny and how everyday something different happens. I found all the chapters I have read so far because it has got lots of humour. At the end of each chapter I like how Archie's mum says 'I don't believe it Archie!' The characters always have an adventure.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Hawwaa, aged 9
I think this book was funny and truly amazing. If he tries to do something simple something wrong would happen. I like the chapters and how they were based on the day's of the week. I really like the front cover because it makes the book feel exiting and if someone saw it they would straight away go to read it. I like Cyd because she's always there for Archie and makes him not get into any trouble and I also like how it ends in I don't beleive it Archie!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Muhibur, aged 9
I extremely love this book it is thrilling and I like when he comes home and his mum says I don't believe it Archie and everyday it is different and it is hilarious when the lady glues Archie on the door by accident, because they were going to take the library down and the old lady becomes naked and she was going to stick on the door. It's very funny and it's a 5 star book.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Zainab, aged 9
I really like 'I don't believe it, Archie! because it's got lots of humour and it's extremely funny at the end of every day Archie's mum says 'I don't believe it Archie'. My favourite day was on Wednesday because all he wanted to do was change some books but then he realized that his hands were stuck to the door, then he couldn't believe what the library lady was saying, when he told him and Cyd that she was going to stick herself next to Archie NAKED!!!!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Hasan, aged 9
This book is thrilling because it has lots of funny things.The character Archie has lots of adventures like he wanting to go to the library and when he was opening the door his hands got stuck to the door and an old lady came and said I was supposed to stick my self to the door. The favourite bit about the book was at the of the chapter it says I don't believe it Archie.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Romanie, aged 9
This book was FANTASTIC but a bit weird. It was funny and interesting. I would recommend this book to a younger person. it was amazing!!!!!!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Johnathon, aged 10
This book is great,it has a amazing plot and the author has a good imagination and he has wrote the book with fantastic words! 5 stars.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Ben, aged 9
This book is brill and it is suitable for ages 5 to 13 yrs. People with a good sense of humour would enjoy this book I have rated this 5*!!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Cameron, aged 9
This book is about a boy named Archie and everyday is like a nightmare. But he is used to it because of course things go wrong ''EVERYDAY''!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Zahra, aged 9
This book was fantastic it made me laugh. It was adventurous and spectacular. It would be good for people who like laughing. 5 star read.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Bethany, aged 9
This book was about a dog that swallowed a button-it got stuck in his throat! It was funny and interesting. Archie tried to save the dog.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Chelsea, aged 9
This book was about a dog that swallowed a button-it got stuck in his throat! It was funny and interesting. Archie tried to save the dog.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Macey, aged 9
It was excellent and very interesting,hilarious, but weird. This book would be good for girls and boys. It made me laugh. The best book ever.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Melvin, aged 9
This boy called Archie happen to have strange things all the time non stop 24-7 and on Monday he finds a piano roll down and trap his friend.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Amirah, aged 9
This book was cool and awesome. It was about a boy called Archie. He was about to post a letter when a piano rolls down the hill! IT WAS COOL.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Sanjeev, aged 10
This book is about a boy called Archie and weird things always happen to him. This book is hilarious! I would rate this book 5 out of 5.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Lily, aged 9
It made me lol and smile all the way through. I would give this book 5 stars. I recommend this book to my bff Grace. I LOVED IT TOO MUCH!!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Umayr, aged 10
It's about a boy called Archie and something unusual happens to him everyday. It made me laugh so much I couldn't stop. I rated it 5 stars!!!!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Amirah, aged 9
This book was exciting funny and EPIC. This book, I would recommend it for girls and I rated it 4 awesome stars. You might like it or not.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Desiree, aged 11
I Don't Believe it Archie was a good book, it wasn't my type of book because I like adventurous books. I'd probably reccomend this book to 8-9 year olds despite the fact older ones may find it interesting also I like quite long books with a lot of cliff hangers in.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Mia, aged 10
I loved 'I don't believe it Archie' with my class and teacher!!
It was absolutely hilarious!!!
It should be made into a TV show!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Lauren, aged 10
I Don't Believe It Archie is an ok read. It's about a boy named Archie, Archie's life is different to other kid's lives. Everyday when he goes out something unusual happens to him. People in age group of 6-8 would enjoy this book where as me being 10 I didn't enjoy it as much.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Evelina, aged 9
I really, really liked it, mostly the half of the book because it had the best adjectives and description!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Evie, aged 9
It was hilarious the way Archie got into trouble every day. I really enjoyed this book. The best FBA book we have in our school that I have read so far.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Erin, aged 9
This book was awesome; it was really funny and just amazing. I like the part where the piano rolls down the road; everything always seems to go wrong for him; he is a walking disaster! For these reasons I am giving this book four shining stars.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Rebekah, aged 9
I thought this was an unusual book because when Archie is on his way to post a letter a piano rolls down the hill and traps his new friend Cyd in his mum's car, then a lorry tips gravel on top of it. Cyd finds it exciting. Then on Tuesday Archie finds a dead dog in his pocket. This was an exciting book!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Abbi, aged 11
I found this book really interesting and wild because something crazy happens every single day.
Although Archie's adventures, were mad, he had a friend called Cyd who helped him along the way. I would definitely recommend this book to a friend.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Olivia, aged 9
I Don't Believe It Archie was an amazing book! My favourite part was when he found a dead dog in his pocket, it was really funny. The best read ever! If I had to rate it, it would be TEN I hope everyone else loves the book as much as me.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Kieron, aged 10
One of the best books so far. I have enjoyed this book so much that I would like to recommend this to all of the people who have not read this book in the FBA club. The best part of the book was... all of it. But the worst part was ... nothing. Cyd and Archie were the best characters.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Chloe, aged 10
I rated this book 2 stars because it didn't really have any good pages or chapters, so it got rated 2 stars by me. I think that the author Andrew Norriss has written a few really good books, but this one wasn't a really good book because in pages 3,4 and 5 it was all just about a piano that had meant to be delivered to a house at the bottom of Archie`s street, but instead it had gone on a run about and the piano had nearly squashed a girl called Syd but instead whilst Syd was in the car an old man came along and tried to rescue Syd from the piano, but then a lorry was in front of Syd`s car and the lorry had some golden stones in it and they all tipped out on to Syd's car but then along came a police officer to find out where the piano had got to but instead he saw the golden stones all in a big pile, and the old mans wife had come out and said, "my husband is under there please try and get him out please!" The police officer had tried to find the piano when Archie shouted, "if we don't get Syd and the old man out they might have a chance of dying!" and then the police officer Syd's mum and Archie all pulled Syd and the old man out of the car and the Golden Stones.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Grace, aged 10
I think that the book was funny when the dog had swallowed a button and the owner of the dog thought that the dog was dead, but it wasn't, it was actually chasing and the owner kept going to hit him, but he didn't get hit but when Cyd came she told the lady to stop blaming him but she kept on saying he killed my dog, he killed my dog but when Cyd told the lady the story that happened.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Maria, aged 10
I liked I Don't believe It, Archie because it had a good twist and every day he had a different adventure every day!!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Abi, aged 11
I don't think this was a very good book, full stop!!!
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Conrad, aged 10
It was a very good book but could have explained a few things about the coincides.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Olivia and Emily, aged 11 and10
I thought I Don't Believe It Archie is very well described book with the characters and the settings. This is a very funny book to read with many exciting features. The pictures are very interesting and go very well with the parts in the book.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Hannah, aged 10
I thought this book was really good because I like the chapter titles because they are set out in the days of the week. I found it very funny.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Amber, aged 10
This book was good but bit strange when the piano was going down the hill it was funny.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Laura
This is the best book I have ever, I think everyone should read it because such a good book can inspire you to write stories of you're own I cant wait to read more stories like this
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Megan, aged 9
I think "I Don't Believe It Archie " is a really good book because it is very interesting and a bit funny. It is my favourite book I've read out of all the other books from F.B.A.
I like how they made his life all funny and random. If I had to pick a favourite book it would be this one.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Jack, aged 11
I thought that this was humorous although not a great read. The language was quite simple and there were mostly short sentences. If they wanted to improve the book, I think they could put much more detail in and vary the length of the sentences a bit more.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Shannon, aged 11
I really like this book I could read it over and over again.
I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew  Norriss I Don't Believe It, Archie! by Andrew Norriss reviewed by Sofie, aged 11
I LOVE this book I could read it over and over again it's so funny!!! If you don't find it funny.... you don't have a sense of humor!!! It's so good that it's set over a period of a week! Using a day and a funny time!!! It's worth the time to read and enjoy it!!! It's so funny when Archie dosn't get what his mum said and I quote 'I don't believe it Archie!' Mum may think that it's just so he can get more attention and to believe him!!!!!!!!!
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Chelsea, aged 9
I thought this was a good read because it was exciting but it had some parts I didn't like as well. I like this book because it goes straight in to action, and it just looked like wizards and spooky like the spooks apprentice. I disliked this book because some parts it doesn't tell you what is happening and it says words that I don't know and don't make sense.
To conclude, it was a good read and I would recommend it to the rest of my class, it was really interesting and everyone should read it.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Courtney, aged 11
I loved this book because it was a girly book mostly recommended for girls about 9-13 years of age. It's almost the best book I have ever read because it talks about Natasha then moves on. It has really short chapters and moves on quickly. It has enough pictures to understand what happens well in the book.

I disliked nothing in this book and my favourite character was Natasha. I liked the way she saved green baby or green boy and her little brother. Also she is the type of person to dream about lots of imaginary things, she is a really cheerful character to me.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Dion , aged 10
I would recommend this book to Key Stage 2 because it is an easy book to read.
My favourite part of the book is when she finds the green baby and takes him to his mother.
I disliked nothing about the book, but it could have been more interesting.
The main character is Natasha because she is in most of the book.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Natalie, aged 10
I would recommend this book to Key Stage 2 and I really like this book because it;s got description in it. My favourite part of the book is when Natasha rescues the green baby and it went straight into the action.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by lleyton, aged 10
This is wonderful and an adventurous fairy/witch novel that is description then lots of adventure and mysterious stuff like green boy and green babies bugaboos dragons hot breaths red goblins and much much more, There's fairies that say stuff like "Struggle, struggle for all you're worth, I've got your wings, so you'll stay on earth." A magical and loads of adventure it has got short chapters to make the action quicker a mysterious book which is good it makes you want Natasha to win any books at all of Julia Jarman read it.

i disliked this because it took a while to get into the action but once you get to page 24 its wonderful and magical
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Rimsha, aged 10
It was okay but I think I can read something other good book. It is not my type and I don't like fairies and witches. I rated this I would rate it 6 out of 10
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Brooke, aged 10
I thought this book was a very fantabulous book because of all the description and that it was quite a girly book. My favourite part was when Natasha went to fairy land to rescue the green boy to give him back to the tree witch so she would free Pillywiggins. I would recommend this book for girls from age 10 to 12 or 15, depending on what books they like.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Haseeb, aged 9
The book was so boring I didn't even like it! And I only got to chapter 5 not more because it's so boring
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Muneeb, aged 10
It was not my type it was boring.
The pictures were good.
I give it 3/10.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Marzia, aged 10
This book was so boring that I didn't even finish it. I didn't even have a favourite bit that's how boring it was. I think Julia Jarman could write better books. I shall rate this book 2 out of 10.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Muteeb , aged 9
It was so boring because I do not like fairies and stuff like that but it was interesting in the end because the girl went to fairy land and saw the beautiful fairy queen.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by James, aged 10
I love the book because it jumps right into action with the rabbit on the tree and the haunted house. I would rate this a fantastic book with 10/10
P.S read this book it is a good book
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Hannah, aged 9
I think it's a good book also I liked it when the tree witch said sss..tay away sss..tay away. The fairies were very pretty it would be better if it was in colour though because I really want to see a picture of the green baby in colour but its still a good book. The tree witch is very creepy. Natasha is a very brave girl because she stood up to the tree witch and she wasn't scared of the tree witch. I think Julia Jarman is a very good author because this is a very good book. So it would be good if a lot of children read this book and pass it on to other children and they say its a really good book to. Pass it on to other children and let them read it and say its really good and she will become a famous author. Also it's a five star to me.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Caris, aged 10
I think it was a good read. I liked it when the fairies sang the song we will take you there, I sang it out loud. I would give it a five stars. If Tree Witch was a person inside, what did she eat? Or did she not eat? How old was the house? The girl must have been brave to go on a journey and did not know what she was doing.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Luca, aged 10
I thought the book was nowhere near epic, it was awful. It was very boring. I read it last night and I fell asleep. I hated it. It was shocking.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Armaini, aged 9
I think the story was ok the only bit what was fun to me was when the tree witch kept on saying ssstay away! Over and over again it was fun and the tree witch only said ssstay away because she didn't like people being near her. I would recommend this book to someone else but I will say it was alright. I will give this book 2 stars.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Emily, aged 10
This book is ok but it could be a bit more exciting and interesting.The only bit I liked was the bit because you don't know know what is going to happen in the garden. There were different variety of feelings in this book.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Evelina, aged 9
I didn't bother because I didn't like any of the chapters. I only liked the chapter 6. Pillywiggins was so boring and not interesting, it needed more wow words and ly words and ing
words and I didn't bother reading this book to the end. I didn't even enjoy it, it was so boring I hate that I didn't like it !
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Libby, aged 9
I didn't bother to carry on reading this book because all the chapters were so so boring and it was not interesting it needed more wow words and more description. I didn't bother reading this book to the end I did not enjoy it one bit I am never reading this again thanks ...
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Paddi, aged 9
I don't normally read stories about fairies, but I did like the book because it reminded me of how I felt when I moved house.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Paddi, aged 9
I don't normally read stories about fairies, but I did like the book because it reminded me of how I felt when I moved house.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Daisy, aged 9
I liked Pillywiggins because the name of the characters are very good. Also it's good because the chapters give you a clue of what is going to happen in the story. My favourite part is when they go into the big house.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Chloe , aged 10
This book was the best book I've read out of the two. However this one was the BEST! because it had a lot of Magical parts and chapters in it. I liked the 4 chapters of the part were Natasha needs to find Tree Witch's baby called Green Baby or else if Natasha didn't rescue Green Baby Natasha's little brother Charlie would of turned into a statue from Tree Witch's magic just like Tree Witch turned Pillywiggins into a statue so that is why I liked this book or shall I say LOVE THIS BOOK IT WAS AMAZING!!!! so please read this book.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Lucy, aged 11
I love this book!!! I cannot put it in to words. If I had to I would say amazing!!! BEST BOOK EVER!!!
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Kieron, aged 10
I really enjoyed this book because it was my type of book. My favourite character was tree witch because he always shouted shhhh he made me laugh.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Teghan, aged 10
I think this book was okay but it was a bit hard to get stuck into. Also I liked the way the rabbit sat in front of the fur tree and for this reason I give this book two shining stars. And I would like to recommend this book to the whole of my family.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Laura, aged 10
This book was really good it was almost the best book I've ever read. It was really magical because you didn't know what was going to happen next. First there was a rabbit on a tree and the tree had a face and then she met a boy and he showed here some magical, cool, amazing things. You have to try this book. It is written by Julia Jarman and I'm pretty sure that she has more brilliant books that every body especially me would love to read and I bet she's got even better ideas for new books.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Maria, aged 10
I liked Pillywiggins ssssssssssssssoooooooooooooooooooo much because it was exciting and I liked the part were the tree witch turned human when Greenboy had returned to her!
I also liked it when Jamie showed Natasha the house with the tree witch in it because Natasha thought that Jamie was crazy (Ha,Ha,Ha!!!)
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Abi, aged 11
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch was simply an amazing book. I don't think it was the best but it was very good! I would recommend this book to 7-16 year olds because it was adventurous and exciting.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Declan, aged 11
This book is one of my favourites of Group B. It is like a adventure book where a girl called Natasha moves into a new house and out of her bedroom she sees a tree that looks like a witch and an innocent bunny sitting on the branch.
Natasha and her friend Jamie go on a adventure to save a fairy. Its name is Pillywiggins.
If you want to hear more find the book in your local retailer. I give it a 10/10!!!!!!!
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Alisha , aged 10
I think that Pillywiggins was a really good book because of all the tension. Thank you for reading.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Millie, aged 10
I liked the book I thought it was really interesting. I liked it when they found green boy and when they got back tree witch transformed. The bugaboos and brownies seemed scary,I would give the book three stars. I enjoyed it and would recommend it to all my friends and people in KS2.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Molly, aged 10
I enjoyed this book at the beginning but towards the end it got a bit boring so I would reccomend that you read it immedently.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Preston, aged 10
This book is very interesting I think it is kind of a girly book and I don't think a boy would like it it is about a witch but I think it is BORING.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Rebekah, aged 9
I think this is a good book because it was exciting and there was a tree witch. It made me want to carry on reading!
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Megan, aged 9
I thought Pillywiggins was an okay sort of book. It isn't really the sort of book I'd read but for some reason I liked it. I kept wanting to put the book down but once I read the next part I couldn't put it down. At first, I thought it was going to be a sad type of story but at the end it was all happy and everything was OK. I enjoyed reading Pillywiggins.
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Sofie, aged 11
I think Pillywiggins and the tree Witch is OK. I would recommend it to someone who likes fairies!
Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch by Julia Jarman reviewed by Hannah, aged 11
I found this book very adventurous and exiting. But the chapters are too short.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Dion , aged 10
I would recommend this book to everyone because it is very interesting and it starts from action.
It has lots of adverbs and nouns. Francesca Simon also wrote Horrid Henry as well and there are lots of series. I really enjoyed The Sleeping Army and it goes to description then they go on an adventure.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Rourke, aged 10
I think that this book was a good read but not the best book I have ever read. Some of the good parts in the book were when the roof of the house was on fire in the forest. And when they ran across the bridge and it started to tilt to the side, because the monster was after them. I also liked this book because everybody stopped and Forest wanted to move on but nobody wanted him to.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Yannik, aged 9
The Sleeping Army is a fantastic book because it is exciting but at the beginning it is boring. I would recommend this book to a nine year old or older.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Courtney, aged 11
I didn't like The Sleeping Army that much because it wasn't exciting to me and it described it too much for me. Secondly, it had hardly any action through all the story. It had really long chapters so it makes the action go really slow and it can't make the point fast enough . I would recommend this book to you if you really like to play chess because it has lots about chess in it.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Karlene, aged 9
I think The Sleeping Army was good because Rockva and the boy took Freya to a place but it was scary. But once you get on page 20 it's absolutely fantastic.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Megan, aged 9
At first the book is hard to get into because it sort of goes straight into the story but after you hear the description of the place where she is it makes you start guessing where she is and what she's doing.The main character in the story is a girl called Freya. Freya is a young girl who doesn't believe in gods, goddesses or other creatures in myths until she goes into the Viking world where everything exists. As you get into the book you will probably start to like it so I suggest you read this book.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Jon, aged 9
It was a good book but it was hard to get into. I would say if you like a slow story then it gets better. Don't buy this book.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Luca, aged 10
The Sleeping Army, well I thought at first that it would be amazing but I was wrong. It was very confusing but after a while it wasn't. That's when I decided I would give it three STARS. The plot was that some vikings had to kill a dragon because he stole the horn. There was a viking and three young ones. The plot was alright but confusing. ;)
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Marzia, aged 10
This book was okay to read, not that good like other books. I liked some bits but not all. If I could rate this book I would rate it 5 out of 10. I think I have read better books of Francesca Simon. Next time I'll choose a better one.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Rimsha
I hated the book, it was soooooooooooooo boring. I didn't like a bit. My opinion is that Francesca Simon should stick to Horrid Henry books.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Muteeb, aged 9
I thought it was ok because the ending made it a little better and my favourite character is Snot because he is so funny and he makes me laugh. If I would rate it I will give it 6/10. I like the part when they all fell on the floor.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Kai, aged 10
I thought the book was a good book, it was a really interesting story.
The book was written by Francesca Simon. It was the best book I have read from her collection.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Haseeb, aged 9
It's a good book but I don't like how they said Gods instead of God and Thor is one of my favourite characters.

Out of 10 I would give it a 6.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Muneeb, aged 10
This was a really good book, I really enjoyed it, I liked all the characters, especially Snot.
I rate it a 7/10.
It was really good.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Rebekah, aged 9
I don't think it was that good because it was hard to understand, also it didn't have anything to do with the sleeping army. I would recomend this to boys, some girls may like this as well. I think Francesca Simon could make it more interesting. She has done better books than this.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Chloe , aged 10
I thought that this book was a really good book, because it had a lot of funny pages to it which made me laugh. My favourite part was when the girl called Freya blew a horn which was a horn that woke up the chess pieces and they were called the Sleeping Army but only one chess piece woke up and his name was Snot. It was a funny name and someone thought Snot was a girl's name but it wasn't, it was a boy's name and it had a bit of bad language in it but it wasn't that bad. It was still a good book, bad words don't spoil the books. It will spoil the book if it was people said it was BORING. But I didn't think it was BORING but other than that it was really funny, I would tell everyone that wants to read it to keep asking the person for it after the person that's got it. I gave it to a boy in my class and I think he will really like it and will tell everybody how good it is,it`s like a story that happened in real life but it wasn't it just swept my mind out of things that were in my head already and my eyes focused on the book it was really interesting. I hope other people like it.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Oliver, aged 9
This book is amazing one of the best books I have read I think it should win easily.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Jake, aged 9
This book is very exciting and cool. I would recommend it to people who like adventure and lots of action. A great story based on mythology.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Nikita, aged 11
This book was a bit boring and quit confusing I only understood a bit.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Nikita, aged 11
This book was a bit boring and quite confusing. I only understood a bit. I would rate this book out of 2/10.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Teghan, aged 9
I loved the Sleeping Army because it was really easy to get stuck into. Also I will like to give this book to my mum because I think she will like it because it is AMAZING. For this reason I will give this book 4 shining stars. Also I like it all because all of it made me giggle and laugh. Also I like the way the charcters sometimes change the scene. Also I loved the way the bird flew high in the sky.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Amana, aged 11
I liked this book but I found some parts unanswered. I also liked the characters especially Freya.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Thomas, aged 10
I think that The Sleeping Army was a good book if you like Norse mythology, but the storyline was quite a twist for a Francesca Simon. The characters I quite enjoyed especially old man Thor who couldn't lift his hammer! The settings brought an air of mystery to the characters and the story was unexpected.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Maria, aged 10
The Sleeping Army was sssssssssssssoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo boring because I couldn't even remember any of it and some of the names were really hard to read!!!
When I was reading it I thought that I was going to fall asleep that's how boring it was and the letters were too hard to see so I wouldn't recommend it!!!
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Grace, aged 10
This book is so boring.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Amber, aged 9
I thought this book was great. It was very interesting to read and because we are learning Greek it was fun to learn a little more about it. Was fun to read about The Sleeping Army and my friend enjoyed it to so I would like to read it again.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Jack, aged 11
I thought the book was different to Francesca Simon's usual books. It was quite imaginative and I liked the fact that Wednesday was called Wodensday and Thursday, Thorsday. I thought it was very clever to combine the 21st century with The Vikings.
The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon The Sleeping Army by Francesca Simon reviewed by Declan, aged 11
I thought this book was ok it wasn't the best and Maria said BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORING and I kind of agree