Book Drunkard

“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” L.M. Montgomery

Brooklyn’s Book Review

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Brooklyn Says…

I read Flat Stanley’s Worldwide Adventures: The Mount Rushmore Calamity.  Itn307894 was written by Sara Pennypacker.  It’s about Stanley Lambchop and his family going on vacation.  They go to Mount Rushmore.  The president’s names that are carved on the mountain are Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln.

My favourite part of the book was when Arthur Lambchop wears his cowboy suit and saves his brother, Stanley, with his lasso from one of the president’s noses.  Arthur almost fell of the cliff ’cause he was almost at the edge and was on one foot.

I liked the book because it was funny and there was cool pictures in it, but they were in black and white.  They didn’t have colour.

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3 thoughts on “Brooklyn’s Book Review

  1. Wonderful review! This book sounds relly good. Thanks for your review Brooklyn:)

  2. I remember reading something about Flat Stanley when I was in 4th grade – we had to do a project of sending our cutout Stanley to a family member and they had to keep a journal for a week. I had the best presentation in class because my Aunt is a kid at heart and had a great time with it. Very good book review!

  3. I’ve always wanted to read a Flat Stanley book. I’ll have to get one to share with my daughter. Thanks for the wonderful review!

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