Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy Reading In 2010!

Just a wish from all of us for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. There have been a lot of good books in 2009 and we're looking forward to even more coming up. (A lot of bloggers publish their favorites of 2009 about now but we've been too busy--maybe next week) What do YOU look forward to reading in 2010? The Kane Chronicles? More graphic novels? More 39 Clues? More Erec Rex? Or something we don't even know about yet? Let us know! And don't forget--you still have until Monday to write reviews and get a free book for each one you send!

1 comment:

Augustin De Piante said...

Title: Fantastic Mr Fox
Author: Roald Dahl
What its about: Three farmers, named Boggis,Bunce, and Bean. Boggis was enourmously fat. He was a chicken famer and every day ate three boiled chickens smothered with dumplings for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bunce, a duck and goose farmer. He was very short and squat. His food was goose livers and doughnuts. This diet gave him a bad stomache ache and a terrible temper. Bean was skinny as a string bean and a turkey and apple farmer. He never ate any food but drank gallons and gallons of strong apple cider which he made. Mr Fox was a fox with a wife and four children. He always got his food from Boggis, Bunce and Bean's farms. Seeing as how they didn't take too kindly to having all their good food taken right out from under their noses they stayed waiting for him one night and when he came out they all tried to shoot at him. Only Mr Fox was quite quick and only got his tail shot off. The three very miserly farmers kept after him until all the animals around were starving. Even the weasel could not slip past them seeing as how the beastly farmers were spending night and day around the hole where all the animals went to get food. Then Mr Fox had a brain wave. What if he got some of his friends to help him dig a tunnel under the personal store rooms of the three farmers. His idea worked! soon he had brought back plenty of food for all the animals in the settlement. They had a grand banquet and they all toasted Mr Fox because he was the one who had masterminded the whole idea of tunneling. Boggis, Bunce, and Bean stayed there always saying "he is probably going to come out any minute." Instead they were getting all their produce taken out from under their noses while they were watching a hole.