This was a book I wanted my daughter to review because it was right up her alley. And her piece is the sole review of this book on this blog because I believe in giving girls a voice to be able to be strong in their reviews of the books they read.
I made it part of her girl scout vintage badge requirement as well. First I looked up Vintage Brownie Try Its and then I looked up the requirements for Write Away. This book review felt perfect for her to bring literacy into her writing skills.
I wanted her to be able to keep up her reading and writing over the summer. Especially now that my daughter will be entering the 4th grade. I can't believe that myself. Years go by fast.
Anyways, here is her review:
Hello Stars is an amazing and inspiring book. Showing that anything can happen and you got to be ready for it. As Lena goes on a journey she finds problems that she has to face and conquer.
Lena gets a chance to meet Mallory who she was a big fan of, but everything seems to go wrong. Chickens escape, she filmed a video and had gummy stuck in her teeth, and learned that meeting Mallory would take up all her summer! She had a long journey to take. But the question is will she make it through?
I think the message in Hello Stars is directed toward people that believe in god so I do not think it is friendly to everyone. I give it 4 ¾ out of five and I think it is a great book. There isn’t a thing I don’t like about it and the reason I give the book 4 ¾ is because I don’t think it is friendly to people who don’t believe in God and might take some things the wrong way. Though I personally loved the book. It has great editing and has very detailed words. Bye!