The Tail of Emily Windsnap by Amanda Magalski
Hi everybody, I'm so happy to be here! My name is Amanda Magalski and I'm a fourth grader at Pico Canyon Elementary School.
I'm going to try to make my book stand out and have flavor to it, because you may think books are boring.
I'm going to be reviewing a book called, The Tail of Emily Windsnap. I think the author, Liz Kessler, is clever even in the title, because she spelled tail t-a-i-l, instead of t-a-l-e, which gives us a clue of what the story might be about.
Now what the story's about is about a girl named Emily Windsnap who was never allowed to go in water. She jumped into a pool and figured out she was a mermaid.
I actually think the book was snapping at my nose trying to get my attention!
The book gave interesting opinions about mermaids and mermen. For example, Neptune, the king of the sea, thinks mermen should not marry humans.
I think readers would enjoy this book because, as I said, it's a book that grabs your attention. The book also pulls you into the book, making you feel like one of the characters. For example, I think I'm more like Emily because she wants to stand tall and proud but she is afraid to because she's afraid she'll be laughted at.
So, the point of me sharing this book with you is so maybe you'll enjoy this book and read it someday.
So, thank you! I had alot of fun sharing this book with you.