Sunday, July 3, 2011
Tuck EverlastingTuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt My rating: 4 of 5 stars Synopsis: Ten-year-old Winifred Foster's accidental encounter with the uncommon Tuck family, their hidden spring, and their extraordinary secret transforms her life and leads her to make a noteworthy decision. Genres: Fiction, Classic, Fantasy Review: I really liked this story. It was very unique and had a good plotline. The subject is very interesting. The analogies and lessons where great. It was a quick read for me but a very enjoyable one. I loved the writing style and how it was completly clean. A read the can be enjoyed by all ages.
Little Lord FauntleroyLittle Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett My rating: 5 of 5 stars Synopsis: Young Cedric Errol lives in poverty in New York with his mother. On the death of his English father -- disinherited for marrying an American -- Cedric is summoned to the family castle by his grandfather. There the crotchety Earl plans to transform the boy into a docile, traditional lordling. But Little Lord Fauntleroy does the converting. Through his goodness and innocence, he wins the hearts of his English relatives, who welcome his mother warmly. Genre: Fiction, Classic Review: This is one of the best books ever. My mom read it to us. It's about a little boy, who is like amazing. Almost an angel. He's kind, caring, loving, loves to serve, and just obediant and pure. Something very hard to find these days. It's got great lessons and is a very special story of a very special little boy. For all ages.

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