Wednesday, June 9, 2010


I am very sorry for my readers.
I will be at my Grandparent's for 3 weeks so I cant blog.
Sorry for the inconvenience.


Wednesday, June 2, 2010


Dragon Slayers' Academy Book # 1 by Kate McMullan
Paperback: 112 pages

Publisher: Grosset And Dunlap (May 13 2003)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0448431084
For ages 7-9

From the author's website:

A traveling minstrel tells Wiglaf that he was born to be a hero. Dragon slayers are heroes, thinks Wiglaf, so he sets off, with his pig Daisy, for Dragon Slayers Academy, determined to learn to be a dragon slayer. There is just one little problem with this plan. Wiglaf can’t stand the sight of blood.

I read this book in grade 2 and I really enjoyed it!  Some other characters not mentioned in the quote above are Wiglaf's friend Erica Von Royale (a princess who is pretending to be boy so she can fight dragons because only boys are allowed at the Dragon Slayers' Academy);  Angus, Wiglafs' other friend who is the nephew of the head master who is greedy and only wants more and more gold.

I like it because it is funny, it is set in medeival times, and I think dragons are cool.  There are 18 books in the series and I have read all of them.  I think most kids would like this series, especially if you liked Harry Potter, by J.K. Rowling.

I give this book 4/5 Blabbies

                                                                   THANK YOU!
I want to thank my mom for giving me this award. Here are the 10 reasons why I am happy.

1. My family!

2. My friends

3. Jokes

4. My Dogs and Cat.

5. My love of reading

6. TV

7. My iPod!

8. Emailing my BFFs!

9. iTunes

10. Blogs

I am giving this award to:

Adara at disney movies

Mary (BookHounds) at BookHounds

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney (9-13)
Hardcover: 224 pages

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams (April 1 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0810993139

I thought I could do Diary of a Wimpy Kid First because I kind of have that theme going on my blog!

Diary of a Wimpy Kid is  VERY funny. The main character, Greg, is self centered and some of the situations Greg gets into are weird   random interesting. He has a friend, Rowley, who is a little............ young for his age. Fregley is an odd ball, that is all I can say about him! Then Greg's little brother, Manny, is the favorite in the Heffly Family so Greg is always a little down.

Basically, it talks about Greg's life in middle school (Junior High) as a student and some of the problems he has and how he overcomes them, all with a crazy sense of humour!  This is something every kid can relate to.

I give this book:
5/5  Blabbies!

The movie is a good interpretation of the book, and it was cool to see a book that I loved up on the screen.  It turned out exactly how I imagined it!  Here is the trailer, check it out!

Diary Of A Wimpy Kid Teaser Trailer