This Week’s Book Reviews: Motorcycles, and Pests

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The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary. Ralph is a mouse. Keith is a boy. Ralph and Keith meet in a hotel. Keith gives Ralph a motorcycle. It is a toy motorcycle. If Ralph makes a sound, it moves! I like this book because at the end of the book, Keith needs an aspirin and Ralph gets him one from the bottom floor of the hotel. Ralph is hero. Now we will read Runaway Ralph!

Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary. Ramona is a girl. She is excited to do Kindergarten. During Kindergarten, she gets to school and sees a groups of children huddled together. She asks the groups what is wrong and they say that the teacher isn’t in. Ramona peeks in. They are right! When the bell rings, Ramona hides behind the trash cans. Henry Huggins, his dog Ribsy, some boys, and Beezus find Ramona behind the trash cans. Ramona has lots of other adventures. I like this book because I like the story, the people, and everything that happens.

Hooray for Bread by Allan Ahlberg and Bruce Ingman. This is a picture book. It is fiction. It is written in poetry. It is about one loaf of bread. I liked it because it was funny. There are two slices of bread that walked off the bread tray and on two other pages the bread is dreaming. I liked the pictures.

The Falling Raindrop by Neil Johnson and Joel Chin. This is a picture book. It is fiction. It is a story about a raindrop. In the book, a raindrop got born and fell in to a fire and he turned in to water vapor. “The little raindrop had become a wisp of steam!” And he rose in to the clouds and he was happy that he would be a raindrop once again. I liked this book because I liked the whole story and the pictures.

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