Five Go To Smuggler’s Top by Enid Blyton (1945)
The book was set in a castle that used to be used by smugglers and there were lots of different mysteries. It was as good as the Harry Potter books
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott (1868)
I loved reading about all the girls’ different personalities and it was interesting to read about their lives in America in the Civil War, although some words were a little bit hard
Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling (1902)
I liked the way the book had lots of short stories, which explained how things happened, like how the elephant got his trunk.
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (1838)
the book had more detail and I was shocked by the description of the workhouses and how badly orphans were treated. Although it wasn’t always easy to read, I stayed interested. There were lots of twists and turns, which kept the adventure going.