I’m…..facing a ….blogger’s slump. Something that’s never happened to me before.
So today, I’ll be going through my page on my library’s page and finding out books I read when I was younger. Well, in 3rd-6th grade.
We had this beautiful library, that was literally my favourite place. Our librarians were wonderful! Such a cosy and nice environment. I used to review books on the website, just because, well, I wanted people to know my opinions on books. I do think that was kindof when I started loving talking about books. So say hello to the Grade 5 Sep!
I’ll just be showing you some books I reviewed. I reviewed like 104 books, sooo, can’t show you all of them can I?
I’m soooo nervous, but let’s get started.
#1 High Time For Heroes- Mary Pope Osborne
There was this time in 2015, I was OBSESSED with the magic tree house. I had their spot on the shelf memorised and I would go check that spot every week and then grab whatever I found. I still think I haven’t read the whole lot, they’re a lot of books in this series. Neither did I read them in order. I loved all the books so much. The whole concept is fabulous. Mary Pope Osborne was a goddess for me, and I hope she is for many other young leaders.
#2 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory- Roald Dahl
Here comes a classic. I still love this book, and one of my literally dreams is to own a first edition of this book. To be very honest, I’m proud of this review. It makes you want to read the book. Yes, I know it sounds like the synopsis thing, BUT, it’s good by 10 year old standards.
#3 Coraline- Neil Gaiman
#4 Pippi Longstocking- Astrid Lindgren
I had actually forgotten I ever read this book? I still have no idea what it was about. The review does sound pretty cool tho. I love her name. #PippiAllTheWay
#5 Geronimo Stilton Little Women- Geronimo Stilton
Hey! I remember this book. It was the first I had ever read about Little Women. I loved the illustrations in this one, I even drew them down in this notepad I had. And I was super proud of them. Also Geronimo Stilton is just F-A-B.
#6 Dork Diaries : TV Star – Rachel Renee Russel
#7 Operation Bunny : The Fairy Detective Agency’s first case- Sally Gardner
I USED TO LOVE THIS BOOK. I ADORED THIS. THE CONCEPT. WOW.
#8 The curse of the jelly babies – Karen McCombie
Look how wonderful this review is. Like, much better than I expected for an 11 year old. Karen McCombie has always been a favourite author of mine.
#9 Angels Like Me – Karen McCombie
I do remember this book. It was a trilogy and really cool. I had my first attempt at a book photoshoot with this trilogy. I have no idea what is was about? But it was nice. Also this review is just….very bad. I think I was trying to say that it’s very relatable? **girls. Forgive me people, looks like 11 year old was also suffering from the typo syndrome.
#10 The Girl Who Rode The Wind – Stacy Gregg
I saved the best one for the last. I do not remember what exactly happened in this book. What I do know, is that it played a huge part in motivating me to read it more. This was the first book that brought tears to my eyes. I really do recommend it to all the people out there.