Book Review: Red Rover, Red Rover

Book Review: Red Rover, Red Rover

This book (Red Rover, Red Rover! By Kunak McGann – Games from an Irish Childhood [That You Can Teach Your Kids]) took me on a trip down memory lane as it provoked fond childhood memories of playing Rounders, Hide and Seek, Jacks and other games with kids in my...
Book Review: Stand By Me

Book Review: Stand By Me

I really enjoyed this book. When I first saw it, it didn’t look like a book that I would usually pick in a library. I thought that the cover wasn’t very interesting. All it had was a picture of boxes and books. I had no idea what the story would be about. When I...
Book Review: Socks For Mr. Wolf

Book Review: Socks For Mr. Wolf

The story is about socks and a wolf. The wolf likes wearing socks. He dances and dances, and he gets a hole in his sock. It gets bigger and bigger. He tries to fix it himself but he can’t. He goes to the library because he wants to learn how to fix it himself. He...
Book Review: Making Millions

Book Review: Making Millions

I really enjoyed ‘Making Millions’ by Erika Mc Gann. I consider it a humorous adventure book that keeps you wanting to turn the page and keep reading. This book shows one great life lesson, never give up. If at first you don’t succeed try (and try) again. Cass, a ten...
Book Review: Molly’s Diary

Book Review: Molly’s Diary

I really enjoyed “The Easter Rising 1916 – Molly’s Diary” which was written by Patricia  Murphy and I don’t think I’m the only one who would enjoy it. Molly’s Diary is a wonderful story about a twelve year old girl who is a trained first aider looking for her brother...