Book Reviews of Super Move, Morgan (Formac First Novels)

Super Move, Morgan (Formac First Novels)
Super Move Morgan - Formac First Novels
Author: Ted Staunton
ISBN-13: 9780887807022
ISBN-10: 088780702X
Publication Date: 9/2006
Pages: 59
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Formac Publishing Company Limited
Book Type: Paperback
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Reviewed by Me for Kids @ TeensReadToo.com

The FIRST NOVEL series is a great way to get your kids reading, whether they are younger children just learning to read beyond picture books, or older children who don't have the desire or attention span to read a full-length novel.

This series also creates stories with a lesson, and in the case of SUPER MOVE, MORGAN, we see the good sense behind being honest, and the harm in being quick to judge others.

Morgan isn't happy to be working on a class project with Aldeen, who has been nicknamed the Godzilla of Grade Three. But when Morgan discovers that Aldeen has taken his Commander Crunch action figure, his annoyance turns to anger. Anger then leads to him sneaking into Aldeen's room--and from there, things don't turn out the way he had planned.

This is a great book, as I said, for those who are interested in books with shorter chapters, easy dialogue, and an easy-to-understand message.
reviewed Super Move, Morgan (Formac First Novels) on + 7145 more book reviews
Reviewed by Me for Kids @ TeensReadToo.com

The FIRST NOVEL series is a great way to get your kids reading, whether they are younger children just learning to read beyond picture books, or older children who don't have the desire or attention span to read a full-length novel.

This series also creates stories with a lesson, and in the case of SUPER MOVE, MORGAN, we see the good sense behind being honest, and the harm in being quick to judge others.

Morgan isn't happy to be working on a class project with Aldeen, who has been nicknamed the Godzilla of Grade Three. But when Morgan discovers that Aldeen has taken his Commander Crunch action figure, his annoyance turns to anger. Anger then leads to him sneaking into Aldeen's room--and from there, things don't turn out the way he had planned.

This is a great book, as I said, for those who are interested in books with shorter chapters, easy dialogue, and an easy-to-understand message.