Megan, St Bede's Inter-Church School
I liked reading Wed Wabbit. The plot is interesting and inventive and makes me as a reader want to read on. This is probably because the plot is so intriguing and makes you think about situations in a new way. By the end of the story, the author ties up all loose ends by Fidge and Graham returning home, having been gone so long. I think the characters in the book are very life-like and very relatable. Take Fidge’s grief over his Father’s death and Graham overcoming his anxieties. These character progressions make the characters more relatable to everyday people, and allow the reader to become more emotionally attached to them. Although the language used is quite simple, the fascinating plot makes up for this. The variation in font size also makes the book more enjoyable for younger children to read. The balance between dialogue and narrative is good, and having a map at the front adds a cool, quirky quality to this book. I became very involved with the characters in this story and I think people my age would definitely like to read this book. Overall, I thought this book was great, I really enjoyed reading it!
Posted on: 19th April 2018 at 08:13 pm
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