by Christopher Edge
Non-Fiction List 2018-19
So far we have received 6 reviews of How to Write Your Best Story Ever!.
You can read them below. Why not add your own review?
Ellie-Lea from Year 3, Morley Place Academy:
I liked this book it was easy to read and understand and is full of tips on writing, it has given me some great ideas for my own stories. My favourite part of the book was the animal and adventure sections.
Zoe Ann from Year 7, Hall Cross Academy:
This book is extremely helpful and will definitely amuse those that enjoy writing and story's in general.
Rhyan from Year 6, Morley Place Academy:
I like this book because it inspires people to get writing stories and read as well and I hope this review will change your mind in the imangitive world of reading.
Yasmin from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
How to Write the Best Story is an excellent book to lead you to an excellent story with excellent vocabulary or in other words the best story ever! This non fiction book is packed with examples,diagrams, tips and tricks. In the diagram, there are TONS of superb vocabulary like macabre and much, much more. To help, there is a sufficient amount of sentences from lots of popular books including Harry Potter as well as humorous examples. Who could believe a banana robbed a bank? I would recommend this book to be read by 7 to 12 year olds. This excellent book can help you to write many pieces of writing a drama to a love story. This book is an eight out of ten for me because after a while it can get a little repetitive but you still learn new vocabulary. All in all this is a good book! I would recomend this book to you!
Chloe from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:
Repetitive yet interesting this book is REALLY BORING but interesting
Connor from Year 7, The Armthorpe Academy:
Gave me many great and fantastic tips! I love writing stories and this book was a useful tool. I would like to investigate similar books for more tips.