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Book Review Blogs For Primary And Secondary School Students by Aanya Mathur

Book Reviews on Novels, Blogs, Poems, Short Stories, Descriptive Writings

Aanya Mathur book review blogs, for primary and secondary school students, directly from a booklover, to help students and parents choose the right book. If you are looking forward to buying a book, and want me to review it, please submit the details. If you wish to join me in writing a book review do write to me. Contact Me

Divergent

Divergent

If human society was divided by virtue, which one would you choose or, do you think there is another virtue the author could have added, well, read happens to our protagonist Beatrice Prior ? Did she make the right choice ?

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Artemis Fowl and the Opal Deception

Artemis Fowl and the Opal Deception by Eoin Colfer is the fourth book in the Artemis Fowl series. What Happens when a twelve-year Old heir to a criminal empire discovers a race of dangerous fairies. now at the peak of the moment, Artemis needs to come up with a master plan, at the brink of the moment! But how can he do that when he doesn't remember a thing...

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A Monster Calls

A monster calls by Patrick Ness and Siobhan Dowd is about Connor, who has been having the same nightmare since his mother fell ill, ever since she started the treatments that don’t seem to be quite working. His only hope is the truth, but even that might be worst than his reality...

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The Bravest Princess

The Bravest Princess is the third book in the Wide-Awake Princess series by E.D Baker about sleeping beauty’s younger sister. Princess Annie is at it again, diving headfirst into adventure. Even when there is someone out there who is determined to harm her...

The Princess and the Suffragette

The Princess and the Suffragette

The Princess and the Suffragette by Holly Webb is a sequel to the ever so famous ‘ A little Princess ‘ by Frances Burnette. A book about woman empowerment, and lost family. can the little princess help her friend in her time of need...

Artemis Fowl and the Lost Colony

Artemis Fowl and the Lost Colony

Artemis Fowl and the Lost Colony by Eoin Colfer is the fifth book in the Artemis Fowl Series. What trouble has Artemis gotten himself into this time? Artemis has gotten himself mixed with the missing fairy family, Demons! and another young prodigy is after them, could Minerva be one step ahead of Artemis Fowl?

the London Eye Mystery

The London Eye Mystery

The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd is about Ted and Kat whose cousin comes to visit, however on an unexpected visit to the London Eye, he Disappears. Ted and Kat become a sleuthing duo in order to find their missing cousin. How can he vanish in mid-air!

Shadows of Winterspell by Amy Wilson is packed with all things mythical like pixies, imps, and ghosts. Perfect for those who love fiction!

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The Girl Who Walked On Air by team carol is a  journey about a girl who must look death in the eye, perfect for ages 9 to 11 yrs.

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Tilly and the Lost Fairy Tales is a sequel to the first book and explores the idea of breaking the rules of reality. 9 to 12-year-olds dream. 

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AGood Girl’s Guide to Murder is about Pip, who doesn’t Beleive Sal Singh is the murderer everybody thinks him to be. 

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Aanya's Descriptive Wirting

Aanya's Descriptive Writing

A short video clip or a Picture or a Landscape, words can enhance and add feeling, fragrance and emotions. My attempt to get these little aspects alive through my own descriptions about them. Please read and share any pictures, Images, clips, and will be more than happy to write about them, so we can give attempt to give them a soul by descriptive writing.

Aanya Mathur's Poetry

Aanya's Poems

Happiness to Sadness, be alone or be with your loved one, there can be a poem for any occasion.

A few Lines :
Cruelty, hatred, lies Run around this camp of grief, May light show through again..

Aanya's Book Reviews

With millions of lovely books, its important to pick the right book for you. Reading is just not an activity, its a passion for many, and what more do you want when you get the right book for you, read the review before you buy the book, and see what I feel about your favourite book, do let me know in your comments.

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Aanya's Blogs

There are several good and bad things we can write about, here I am trying to put forward my research about topic, to enlighten some, and with a hope to help the society. Don't forget to read my blog on Pollution, and look out for more

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Aanya's Short Stories

A reader cannot just take in and not give to the world, here I am attempting to write some short stories out of my own imagination and greatly appreciate if you are able to comment.

When the mountains roared by Jess Butterworth is one of those animal-rescue books set in the famous Himalayas!

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Flour Babies by Anne Fine is a hilarious comedy about a boy who has to look after a flour baby for his science fair, based around character development. Roald Dahl reader would love this book!

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A Pocketful Of Stars by Aisha Bushby is the emotional journey of a teenage girl, revisiting her mothers past when she is in a coma. I Admittedly shed a few tears but definitely worth the read!

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The Girl Made of Ink and Stars by Kiran Millwood Hargrave thriller about 13-year-old Isabella who must brave the unknown to save her best friend. Mysterious and beautiful in its own way, recommended for 10 & above.

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Pages and Co by Anna James is an adventure staring Tilly a girl who loves to Dive into books. Perfect gift for kids with a gift for fiction!

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The Bravest Princess by E.D baker is for girls out there who don’t like waiting around for their prince charming. Best for years 8 – 9

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