When I was a little girl I loved to read. I read so much, and so quickly, that my father and my teacher had me write book reports for every book I read. They wanted to make sure I was actually reading each book, and that I understood what I was reading. Beanie shares my love of reading and wants to share her love with the world. – Beanie’s mama

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Review #3 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

The main characters are Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Dobby the House Elf, and Ginny, Ron’s Sister. I like it because it was sort of mysterious. I think you should read it because it’s super exciting and interesting. Harry potter meets Dobby and he tries to convince him not to go back to Hogwarts, because strange things are going to happen, and they did. There is a monster terrorizing Hogwarts. Hurting Students.

From mama:

Recommended age, 6+ . We listened to all the books first, then watched the movies, and then Beanie read them on her own.

Review #2 – Holes

Holes by Louis Sachar

Holes is about a boy named STANLEY YELNATS. Stanley’s family has a history of bad luck . Beginning with his no good dirty rotten pig stealing great great grandfather and being in the wrong place at the wrong time. I like Holes because it’s entertaining. His dad is an inventor, trying to figure out how to recycle old shoes. When the shoes fell on his head, since his father was working on something involving shoes, he thought it was destiny, and started running to his house. Then a police officer saw him running with the shoes and stops him. He gets sent away in Texas at camp green lake where you dig holes to build character.

*Corrected for grammar and spelling by mama.

Review #1 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

The main character is Harry Potter. He is an orphan. He lives with his mom’s sister. He is a wizard. His parents were killed by a villian named Voldemort. He goes to a school named Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. One the way he makes friends named Ronald Weasley (Ron) and Hermione Granger. He’s a trouble maker. He does not like the potions teacher, Severus Snape.

*Corrected for grammar and spelling by mama

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