Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Day 5: Looking For Something To Read?

I've read lot's of books this year and can't image boarding a plane without something to read. I'm going to list three books you should check out and read, take on a plane or read whenever you're traveling.

Book 1: By Jack Heath - Scream: The Squid Slayer

This is an adventure type book and has lot's of mysteries. Two girls best friends are trying to find answers to solve why the hear daunting moaning in a forest close by. They stumble across a massive squid and are surprised. They find more mysteries to solve and more answers to find. 

Book 2: By R.L. Stine - Goosebumps Horror Land: The Streets Of Panic
This book is good for anyone who likes mysteries and horror. Goosebumps books aren't too scary but they are a thriller. Two kids, Luke and Lizzie think they'll be safe in Panic Park... But there wrong. Panic Park is home to The Menace, a two-faced villain with a wicked plan to trap them both. 

Book 3: By R.L. Stine - Goosebumps - The Scarecrow Walks At Night
Again this book is for anyone who like horror. A girl called Jodie loves visiting her grandparents' farm. Her grandma make the best chocolate chip pancakes and her grandpa tells the scariest stories... But this summer the farm has really changed. Grandma and Grandpa are really worn (tired) out. They replaced the single scarecrow with twelve unpleasant-looking ones. One night Jodie sees something really odd. The scarecrows seem to be moving.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jessica,

    Wow! Thanks for recommending not one book but three. That is awesome!

    After reading through your descriptions I think that I would most likely choose 'The Squid Slayer.' I really enjoy books that involve solving mysteries but aren't too scary. I think that the Goosebumps - The Scarecrow Walks at Night and the Goosebumps - Horrorland books might be a bit too terrifying for me, particularly when I read that the scarecrows might actually be moving in the Scarecrow Walks at Night book. Yikes!

    I love it that you took pictures of the books and posted them online for us to see. That makes it so much easier to visualise what you are describing. Great job!

    Jessica, you continue to post really high quality blogs. Way to go!

    Until next time, stay safe and watch out for moving scarecrows!