Book Worm Rating ~ April
Hello, world! It’s me, Lora. Sorry for being late with the Book Worm Rating for April but I was busy and today, I finally found time for it. So here are the books for this month.
1. ‘The Hound of The Baskervilles’ – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
This was the first book written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle that I’ve ever read and I was really impressed! I started reading more with the character Sherlock Holmes which is the master of solving difficult cases and finding clues that no one else can find. ‘The Hound of The Baskervilles’ is a great criminal book that tells the story of the big Baskerville family which is supposed to be cursed. Sir Henry Baskerville, a young man recently arrived from North America, is back to Sir Charles Baskerville’s house to find out more about his recent death. There are giant footprints of a hound in the mud near the dead body. The devil beast is haunting the moors around Sir Charles’s house and warning the descendants of this big Baskerville family. Sir Henry is in danger. The mystery is going to be solved by Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson.
2. ‘Charlie and The Great Glass Elevator’ – Roald Dahl
‘Charlie and The Great Glass Elevator’ is a fantastic book, written by Roald Dahl. I am a great fan of this author and his books for children are all so funny and enjoyable to read. ‘Charlie and The Great Glass Elevator’ continues the idea and story of ‘Charlie and The Chocolate Factory’. The main character Charlie Bucket wins the opportunity to live in the giant chocolate factory of Willy Wonka with his poor family. But while they’re travelling up with the glass elevator it suddenly stops. Willy Wonka is there to help Charlie with this trouble.
3. ‘Tales Told by a Machine’ – Gianni Rodari
‘Tales Told by a Machine’ is a collection of seven short stories written by Gianni Rodari. As fun and enjoyable to read as ‘Telephone Tales’, this book tells the stories of strange new characters in imaginary worlds. 🙂