2C Reviews Chick-O-Saurus Rex

To inquire into Book Reviews, 2C investigated a site called Spaghetti Book Club. On this site, the children were able to read book reviews written by other children. After the students had a chance to read many reviews, we created a list of things we find in a book review.

 

-book title
-author’s name
-illustrator’s name
-a short summaryor teaser (but not too much)
-book genre (mystery, humor, fantasy, etc.)
-what we like about the book
-what age it is good for
-descriptive words
-reviewer’s name

We read the book called Chick-O-Saurus Rex and began writing a review as a class, being sure to include all the features of a good book review. Each and every student helped to write the review by adding their ideas and listening to other’s suggestions, so they could build upon each other’s ideas.

If we had to review our review, we would say, “It is a must read!” because we were sure to include all the features.

We recommend reading Chick-o-saurus Rex by Lenore and Daniel Jennewein because it is a REALLY funny story. It is a FUNtastic book for kids and grown ups! This story begins with a chicken who wanted to play in a tree house, but there were bullies guarding the tree house. They wouldn’t let him play until he could show how mighty his family was. The illustrations are also exciting and humorous! Read to find out how the chicken solves the problem with advice from his dad. WARNING: This book is so hilarious and silly you might cry or hurt your tummy from laughing too hard. When you read this book have fun, trying to use different voices for each character.

Here is a recording of our review!

The children are in the process of working with a partner to write their own book review for one of the Sakura Medal Books in the Library. They are using the model that we wrote together as a guide. When they finish, they will share their reviews, reflect on their learning and choose the three best ones to be published for the Library.

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