Book Review Winners Week 5

Posted on July 11, 2014 by


From the Mendenhall Valley Library

Kee Cole, age 1.75, a gift certificate to Bullwinkle’s for his review of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star by Jane Cabrera. “One fascinating part of this book is that I finally know what the song is about!”

 Keeley Rielly, age 9, an art book from Fairweather Gallery for their review of Earthquake in the Early Morning by Mary Pope Osborne. “One fascinating part of this book is how much team work there is because you always want to stick with your pal. And it takes team work to save the book you love.”

 Benecia Rinehart, age 7, a tee shirt from Fairweather Gallery for her review of Two of a Kind by Jacqui Robbins. “One fascinating part of this book is how Anna did an art project where she used a marker and coffee filter.  She made a circle in the middle of the filter.  Then she dropped water on the marker and it made a rainbow of colors in the filter.”

 Aiden Walling, age 3, a gift certificate to Friends of the Library Amazing Book Store for his review of Disney’s Safe in the Woods with Pooh by Barbara Gaines Winkelman. “One fascinating part of this book is don’t eat berries from the woods.  You have to ask if they are safe first.”

 From the Downtown Library

 Celia Wheeler, age 10, a movie pass to Gross Alaska Theatres for their review of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling. “One fascinating part about this book is that Harry can speak parsle tongue (talk to snakes).”

Adindean Franklin, age 12, a gift certificate to Alaska Shirt Company for their review of The End by Lemony Snicket. “One fascinating part of this book is when they live on the island with their new baby.”

 From the Douglas Library

 Sarah Hartsock, age 12, a water bottle from Nugget Alaskan Outfitter for her review of I Kissed the Baby by Mary Murphy. “One fascinating part of the this book is ‘ppfffwah!’ when the mom kissed the child.”

 Kyra Picazo, age 12, a flower origami book from the Friends of the Library for her review of The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. “One fascinating part of the this book is the tree loved the little boy.”

 Q Curtis, age 5, a rocket toy from Imagination Station for his review of The Absent Author by Ron Roy. “One fascinating part of the this book is the end.”

 Sadie Francis Curtis, age 3, an ice cream cone coupon from Coppa for her review of Pink Me Up by Charise Mericle Harper. “One fascinating part of the this book is when the rabbit says ‘Maybe a fairy princess?’ and the pink dots on Mamas ears that were pizza.”

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