Teen Book Review — First Term at Malory Towers


Title: First Term at Malory Towers
Author: Enid Blyton
Stars (out of 5): 3
Review: I like these books, because they are funny,interesting and have real-life situations in them.I would recommend these books(there are 6 of them) to children from the age of 10 up to 12 years of age.

This review was written by a 7th grader.

Teen Book Review — Beautiful Days


Title: Beautiful Days
Author: Anna Godbersen
Stars (out of 5): 5
Review: (Spoiler alert! This is the second book in the series.) [set in 1929] Everything should have separated Astrid Donal, Cordelia Grey and Letty Larkspur. But after living together for a month in New York, the girls are freat friends. Astrid is engaged to Charlie, Cordelia’s brother. Letty is trying to make her dream a reality: dancing and singing on Broadway. Cordelia is trying to make sense of her father’s death and the part she played in it. She wants revenge — so she gets to work with her brother Charlie and his gang. But the Hales, the Grey family’s arch-enemies, will stop at nothing to preserve their reputation… I loved this book as it feels fictitious (car-chases at night, spying on the enemy by plane) and yet so ground in reality (the historic details are specific and well-researched). I can’t wait to read the third book in the trilogy!

This review was written by a 10th grader.

Teen Book Review — Second Form at Malory Towers


Title: Second Form at Malory Towers
Author: Enid Blyton
Stars (out of 5): 3
Review: I think that the Malory towers books are nice and very easy to understand for children of the ages 10 to 12.The girls have lots of tricks up their sleeves (for their teachers ,of course!) ,especially Alicia which makes these books fun to read.I think that they are a very nice series of books to read.

This review was written by a 7th grader.

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