The hundred and one
dalmatians by Dodie Smith
This book is about, as the title
already suggests, one hundred and one dalmatians. The main
characters are, of course, not the humans but the dogs. They
are: Pongo, Missis, their ninety-seven puppies(15 of the
puppies are their own, the rest are adopted when they save
their owns puppies), Perdita and her husband, whose name is
not mentioned. Pongo and Missis hear of the news of their
puppies from the Twilight Barking, where dogs communicate.
After that, they go to where the puppies are to save them.
Along the way, they have some helpful dog friends who give
them food and places to live during their journey. When they
get to the house that the puppies are in, they discover that
not only are there their own puppies, there are 82 extra
puppies! Pongo and Missis have no choice but to bring them
Tales of a fourth grade
nothing by Judy Blume
Peter earns a turtle at
his friend's birthday party, and is happy to get it. His
little brother, Fudge, wants to see his turtle and is also
very annoying. For example, he destroyed Peter's
I like this book because
it is funny.There was one part of the book where Peter said
that he wanted to get a lock for his room because Fudge
destroyed his project. His mother tells him that family
members should not lock each other out, and that evening his
father came back with a latch.
This book is a bit hard
to summarise because it is quite short.............