by Emma Carroll
Primary List 2017-18
So far we have received 3 reviews of Letters from the Lighthouse.
You can read them below. Why not add your own review?
Angelique from Year 5:
I liked the fact that this book was set in the second world war. It reminded me of when I read 'Good night Mr Tom.' The group of refugees arrived in Devon and I felt lots of emotion from the different characters especially Olive and Cliff when they arrived in Budmouth to get away from the bombs. Whilst I was reading the book I was worried about Sukie just like Olive was. This book was full of mystery which I enjoyed. I rate this book at a 9.
gwenyth from Year 6, Green Top Primary:
I like letters from the lighthouse because it is full of mistery and you never know what is going to happen next also it is very dramatic. My favourite character is olive (the main character)because she likes the same things as me like reading and the sound of the sea.I recommend this book for people aged 8 and up.
Hannah from Year 7, - Home Educated -:
Letters from the Lighthouse is one of the best books i have ever read. It has been on my bookshelf for quite a long time but when i picked it up i wished i had before! This book is sent in world war two when Olive (the main character) get evacuated to a lighthouse and wants to find out more about her big sister Sukie's disappearance but gets involved with something she will always remember.