The Adventures of Polo, by Regis Faller and reviewed by Zachary, age 6
The book is about a dog named Polo, and he meets a polar bear, but then the polar bear slips. Then he finds a hole. Then they go through it. Then they find a snowman. They climb up a ladder and then they find a house on the moon. And then there's a hole in the moon, and they go through it. And they find peas and big mushrooms. All the friends come together.
My favorite part is when the fly snips the balloon. I liked this book because it's pretty, it's nice, it's the best.
Polo: The Runaway Book, by Regis Faller and reviewed by Corey, age 3
Polo gives a piggy a question. He climbs up the ladder and falls on the statue. He goes to the genie. He stops the cloudmen from fighting.
My favorite part was when the bunny picks out the book. I liked it because it's funny. The pictures were scabbering.
Definition of scabbering, according to Corey:
Zachary's first attempt at a graphic novel, titled Cowboy Deluxe:
Panel 1: Floating dragon
Panel 2: Dragon in spaceship touching Uranus
Panel 3: Mourning dove saying, "Coo, coo..."
Panel 4: Frog sock for the mourning dove
Panel 5: Robot trying to turn cheese into people
Panel 6: Weird frog guy that wants to get out of the wall, but he's stuck there, and the bad guy did it
Panel 7: Frog guy eats cheese and turns into a Texas cowboy
Corey's graphic novel, titled By Lois Ehlert
Panel 1: Polo falls on the piggy's head
Panel 2: Polo falls on the genie's head
Panel 3: He falls on the pea guy's head
Panel 4: He falls on the scribble
Panel 5: He goes to his mommy and then cries to his brother