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More Amazing Read Book Reviews


Our Amazing Read reviews keep on coming!  Love them! Here is another selection. To view them all go to the Central West Writers’ Centre Young Writers Page

I like Captain Gamma who goes to Mars and play hide and seek with a little alien.  Then he finds some giant aliens who put Captain Gamma in a cage.  Captain Gamma uses a gun with a net to catch the small aliens. Will  Age 4

I like trucks and the words rhyme and I like the pictures. Connor Age 4

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Cheese Please – a counting book. I join in by counting. Mia Age 2

Trouble Twisters by Garth Nix and Sean Williams. You can’t get your head out of it because of the fantasy.  Main Characters are twins who are very fussy, talking cats are involved – extremely naughty cats. Sebastian Age 8


Tessa by Barbara Steiner. Book about a little girl called Tessa who lived on a farm and she made lots of friends while she was at school.   You can read it over and over again and be relaxed when you read it. Grace Age 7


There was an old lady who swallowed a mossie.  I like it because there’s
a snake in it.  It makes me smile.  You know what is coming next. Mum says it is fun to read and she knows we enjoy it. Hugh Age 4

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