Thursday, May 30, 2013
This book is an autobiography by Bear Grylls.
It goes through his childhood and what it's like to fail in the SAS and how to be resilient and to keep going. Also about his family in the Isle of White and growing up abseiling and hiking. It a great book for people who like to watch Bear Grylls and want to learn more about his life. I would recommend it for aged 9 to 14 and I rate it a 10 out of 10
The Hunting of the Last Dragon- Sherryl Jordan
All of the villages believed the very last dragon had been dead for years. But has it really been killed?
An ordinary boy called Jude lived a ordinary life with his family in the small village of Doran, until one day his village was destroyed by a fire breathing dragon. The fire left their village smoldering away with nothing anyone could do about it. The tragedy of the fire devastated Jude, so he set out on on a mission to kill the dragon and save the other villages.
I would rate this book 10/10.
I would recommend this book to anyone aged 9-13.
I loved the book because I never new what to expect next and the book really got me hooked even at the start.
The hobbit is written by J.R.R Tolkin. A book about Bilbo Baggins a hobbit of the shire a village of peaceful, food loving, non adventures folk. Bilbo loves nothing better than eating a scone and blowing smoke rings off his porch. but when Gandalf the grey the wizard of the west comes with a band of 13 dwarfs lead by Thorin oakinshield everything changes.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
One day, my Auntie and I where bouncing on the tramp. We were going up and down up and down getting higher on each bounce.
I hadn't thought it was a good idea because my Auntie was too heavy for the tramp . It was a rusty and missing a few springs.
My Auntie bounced up really high laughing and arms stretched out. When she came down, RIP! , she plummeted through the tramp and hit the ground with a thump.
At first I was stunned, then I fell on the the tramp laughing. Then I noticed that she wasn't laughing, she looked stunned and was struggling to clamber out of the hole in the tramp.
I tried to assist her out of the hole but she was too heavy, so I ran inside and yelled " Aunties Tania's stuck." Dad and my Uncle ran out to the tramp and pulled her out. Luckily she was shaken but unhurt.