Meet our first two young book reviewers, Audrey Cummings, age 4, and her sister Caroline Cummings, age 10.
(Caroline's review of "Belle Prater's Boy" appeared in an earlier post.)Now we're happy to post a review of Curious George Gets A Medal by her sister, Audrey, our youngest blogger ever.
In Curious George Gets a Medal, a postman delivered George a letter. George wrote a letter himself and put ink in a pen and made a puddle. Then, he took a shovel to take out the water but he couldn't. So he went to a shed at the farmer's house and got out the pump. Then a cow let him ride on his back.George went to a museum and he thought the nuts on the tree were real. But they weren't. Then all the people there found him and put him in a cage. The Man in the Yellow Hat came and got him ready for the flight. Then he went into a rocket shp! And he landed and everyone cheered for him and the professor of the museum gave him a gold medal. On the medal it said: "To George, You were the first one to fly in the smallest rocket ship."
I liked this story very much because Curious George always does stuff silly. The thing that is good about it is that he's so funny. He's naughty and he is funny. You can buy this book if you want a good laugh!
Audrey Elena Cummings, Age 4Student at UCLA Lab School, Pre-K