Chloe, St Helen and St Katharine
Wed Wabbit is a book about a girl called Fidge and her sister’s toys and her cousin Graham who are in a magical world with a prophecy that must be completed before Fidge and Graham can go back home.
The plot is quite simple yet well planned. The plot is about a girl called Fidge who’s sister has an accident (and who also can’t pronounce the letter ‘r’) and is in hospital Fidge has to look after her least favorite toy, Wed Wabbit, Fidge can’t bear to look at ed Wabbit and throws him and one of her cousin’s (Graham) transitional toys in the cellar only when Fidge and graham go to get them they get sucked into this world which is full of her sister’s toy and Fidge and Graham wonder if they will ever get out of the weird land
The characters in the story are extremely unusual especially the Wimbley Woos I found it confusing that they could only talk in rhyme. Also, they all the humans sounded like they were actual characters in reality but nearly all the characters I found unreal and a bit boring because nothing about there personality leapt out at me through the book. They all sounded a bit like robots. All the other characters I was fine with apart from Wed Wabbit. He really annoyed me when he failed to speak the letter ‘r’ every time. It got on my nerves.
The style of the author was a varied structure. Mostly full of short sentences, probably so younger readers can understand the text. The text was a mixture between informal and formal. I thought it was written too much in a younger style for younger readers and I don’t like it when people think I am a lot younger than I actually am. That’s the message that I was getting mainly from this book.
I liked this book I just thought it suited younger readers betters than 11-12-year old’s. I would recommend this book to ages 7-9. I would rate this book 9 out of 10 because I thought that it was a litter too young for me and the characters didn’t really come alive.
Posted on: 8th May 2018 at 09:01 am
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