Hi, my name is Cameron, and I’m in 5th grade.
I love to read more than anything. Now, I’m a 10-year-old, so I can’t do things that adults can do, like sky diving, driving a Maserati, and climbing Mt. Everest. That stinks!
But I can read books from some of the best authors. Here is my list of my personal favorites.
The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman
I just finished The Graveyard Book. It is about a boy named Nobody who lives in a graveyard. You will like this book if you like an intense, exciting adventure. The next Gaiman book I want to read is Odd And The Frost Giants.
Chomp, by Carl Hiaasen
I recently read his latest book Chomp. It is (in my opinion) his best book. The reason I like this book is because of the funny characters. For example: Wahoo’s dad carries a tranquilizer gun 24/7, because he keeps wild animals in his backyard. You will want to read this book over and over.
Theodore Boone: The Accused, by John Grisham
If you like a good mystery, I recommend the John Grisham series. These books are about a boy named Theodore Boone who volunteers in his parents’ law firm. My favorite book of the series is Theodore Boone: The Accused. There are currently four books in this exciting series. I hope he is writing a new one. I like them because they are good mysteries. They are also funny.
Until I’m older reading is one of the fun things I can do. I think the age limit should be 9 and up on all theses books because of the big words, crude humor and mild cursing.
Which books have your kids enjoyed recently?