I’m thrilled to officially introduce you to my superhero son, Matt. He’s been part of this blog since it’s beginning with kids crafts, and a craft video as well. He’s my little bookworm and I’m happy to have him sharing reviews each month for some of his favorite books. I’m going to let him take it away…
Today my dad asked me what makes me happy. I said, “Well, a good book always cheers me up.” Then my dad had a great idea. Why not write book reviews for my mom’s blog since I love reading so much.
I am going to review one of my favorites, The BFG. This book is a Roald Dahl classic. This book features a giant called, the BFG, who snatches up a little girl named Sophie. Together Sophie and the BFG, which stands for the “big friendly giant”, go on an adventure filled with angry 50-foot tall man eating giants, the Queen of England, and the place where dreams are made, literally.
My eight-year-old sister has recently read this book. Here is a little interview I had with her:
Warning this part contains spoilers!
Me: What do think the best part of the book was?
Lucy: When Sophie bravely stabbed a giant in the foot, when they went to collect the dreams so they could give them to the children of the world, and when Sophie awoke in the witching hour.
Me: What was the scariest part of the book for you?
Lucy: For me the scariest part was when I found out that the giants loved to eat people and leave their bones in their beds.
Me: What age group do you think this book is appropriate for and why?
Lucy: It’s a great book for kids about 8 and older. It’s a great book for that age group because the BFG isn’t educated and talks with made up words sometimes.
I think that this book is a great book for kids filled with adventure and fun. That is the conclusion to my book review. Remember I will be doing one of these every month. So long for now, see you soon.