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A book review of 'Where the wild things are' by Luke, Violet, Aaron Blake, Ilyaas and Reuben

08 May 2014

Title: Where the wild things are
Author: Maurice Sendak


What was the story about?  A boy called Max was naughty and made mischief. Max sailed his private boat for a year and a day and went to where the wild things are.  The wild things made Max King of all the wild things. Then Max said "let the wild rumpus begin!". They all jump up and down and have some fun.  Max got fed up. Then Max sent the wild things to bed with no supper and then Max goes home. He had a great day.

Who were the characters?

The wild things, Max, Max's Mum and the dog.

What was your favourite part?
Aaron - the wild rumpus, I liked the swinging on the trees.
Reuben - when the sea monster blowed the boat because it seemed a bit scary
Violet - when they were swinging through the vines and crawling on the ground in the jungle because it looked a bit fun.
Luke - when they swinged on the vines because it looked fun to do
Ilyaas - my favourite part is the sea monster because it's scary.

We give this book 5 stars!

 

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