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Children's Reviews

 

Thank you very much for your time and effort, I am honoured that you have taken the time to read my book and would like to share your views.

 

I've already heard you adults grumbling, "What about my review then?" Well, you can post directly onto my BLOG or on GOODREADS but this is specifically for my younger readers whose opinions and views help guide my writing. Please don't be offended and be aware that submitting a wobbly written review does not convince me that you are a ten year old - their handwriting is often better than our scrawl (you know who you are and I wasn't fooled for one minute!)

 

Some things to keep in mind before you submit your review:

 

1. Did you enjoy it? If so what did you like about it? Any best bits? Any bits that could be improved?

 

2. Is your article all on one page? 

 

3. Have you included your first name and age?

 

4. Is the photo of your work clear?

*If it is a photo of yourself and/or friends reading the book make sure you have permission for it to be posted here.

 

If yes! then simply contact me via the feedback page and I will reply to your email address, then you can attach a photograph of your review which I will publish here - it's as easy as that!

*Please note that I am only able to correspond electronically and not through postal mail.

 

Arty Tardy
Arty Tardy
I especially like the bit where he hits his chin on the pavement and when tardy explains why he likes the pattern.
This book has taught me that people who do bad things could have a good heart.

Mohammed,9
Godwin Primary School
Arty Tardy
Arty Tardy
I found Arty Tardy very interesting and humerous...when I read the first page I couldn't put it down, I read it all in one go.

Linah, Yr 5
William Davies Primary School
Arty Tardy
Arty Tardy
I thought the book was really good. He had a favourite artist and he expressed his feelings.

Nikki, Yr 5
William Davies Primary School
Arty Tardy
Arty Tardy
'I think Arty Tardy is an amazing book because it's very creative and it shows another boy's perspective of life in the funniest way!'

Leotie,11
Kensington Primary School
Angelic Poetry: Little Pills of Comfort
Angelic Poetry: Little Pills of Comfort
'My favourite poem is 'The Fairy in the coffee pot' as it's humorous and eye catching, just the word fairy gets me excited!'

Leotie, 11
Kensington Primary School
Angelic Poetry: Little Pills of Comfort
Angelic Poetry: Little Pills of Comfort
I think the book was really good. I especially loved the rhyming.

Nikki, Yr 5
William Davies Primary School
Angelic Poetry: Little Pills of Comfort
Angelic Poetry: Little Pills of Comfort
I quite liked reading angelic Poetry because it helps with my rhyming. I mainly liked the fact that the book was a mixture of different sorts of poems...I really do hope to read so many more books written by Kitty Clairmont.

Linah, Yr 5
William Davies Primary School
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