Tuesday, 16 August 2011
Now We Are Six by A.A Milne
My Daddy bought me this book when I was six. It was £11.99.
It is a book about poems. There are 58 pages and it's a brilliant book for children who are old and young, because some of the words are hard and some of the words are easy. The young children can practise the hard words, like frowned and brushed beneath and tinker tailor. And thief. And jeweller.
I like the pictures and some of the long poems. My favourite is King John's Christmas on page 2 and it's on five pages, it's nearly the longest poem in the book.
When I was younger I read it with my Daddy but now I can read it by myself because I've practised. When I read the poems, sometimes I can't read the words so I practise. Sometimes when I look at the book I find new poems that I've never read before. Lots of ot he poems make me happy, some of them make me curious. Sometimes it's a sad beginning but then it's a happy ending.
It's got lovely pictures, they are funny and interesting to look at.