Ravens Pass

Written by Tom Percival

Reviewed by J.G. (age 8)

There was a kid, named Raven that moved away from his old school. When he moved to his new house, he unpacked his clothes. Then the next day, he went to his new school. But when he got to his class, someone smacked him in the back of his neck. When he turned around, he saw it was Gray, the bully from his old school. If you want to hear more about this story, you will have to read it for yourself.

My favorite part in the story was when Emmet stood up for Raven. My favorite character is Emmet because he stood up for Raven when he was getting bullied by Gray. I like this book because the author is trying to tell you if you see someone getting bullied, you should help them even if you are shy.

I recommend this book to you if you like fiction or mysteries. This book was interesting because it had a lot of kids that you could relate to in life. I recommend this book for people in grades three through five.

J.G. is a student in Ms. Schock's 3rd Grade Class
2012-2013