Welcome back to Shooting Star’s book recommendation.
This month Dog Man has been flying off the bookshelf at a tremendous pace. Students can’t wait to get their hands on the book and have been asking when the rest of the series will join them.
Dogman is an experiment that merges the talents of man’s best friend with that of a police office who was badly hurt. Read as Dogman uses his skills to sniff out the bad guys and solve crimes.
Hello! It’s great to see you again. How have you been? We’ve been reading books like they’re going out of fashion here at Shooting Star, you can read them, too.
Our first story is one of our teachers’ favorites: Dr Seuss’ Cat in the Hat.
Cat in the Hat, by Dr. Seuss.
This fantastic tale of two children bored at home highlights the issues of letting a strange cat into your house. You may find that all sorts of weird things happen if you do. If you pick up this short story, you’ll be glad you did.
A to Z Mysteries, by Ron Roy.
We usually take one or two books home with us to read, one that challenges us. That’s no different this month. We picked up A to Z Mysteries by Ron Roy. Roy’s love for alliteration in his titles follows an alphabetic theme, we’re currently on the letter ‘S’.
If you love mysteries, and love to try and guess how the story will end, this book is perfect for you.
Have you read any of these books? Why don’t you let us know by typing in the comments sections below.