Thursday, 1 September 2016

Jeremy Strong Book Review By Kacy aged 10

I really enjoyed the new Jeremy Strong book. It was a great break from the difficult chapter books I usually  read.

The Hundred mile an hour dog
The Hundred-Mile-An-Hour Dog

It was an extremely funny story but I would definitely say it is for younger children though because unfortunately I worked out the ending half way through. The funniest part for me was when they used the hair extensions and dye on Streaker, it was a different take on the best way to disguise a dog.  There are so many funny sections of the book for you to chose from weather its when they dye Streaker to running from the dog snatcher.  It was really fun to read and very imaginative.


There are pictures throughout the story
There are pictures throughout the story

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17 comments:

  1. as a child it was definitley Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  2. I love Matilda, such a heart warming story :-)

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  3. It has to be Harry Potter and the cursed child

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    1. they were my favorite book as a child

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  5. My son's favourite is James and the Giant Peach.

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  6. The books of the fallen by Steven Erikson :)

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  7. Chris Carter's The Night Stalker. Love all his books although wouldn't start with An Evil Mind if you were to start reading any of his. They are a series BUT I started with the third one and although it has an odd reference to something that's happened before (in the other books) they can be read as stand-alone ones.

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