Babymouse Burns Rubber
by Jennifer Holm
Illustrated by Jennifer Holm and Matthew Holm
Reviewed by Nina N. (age 8)
Nina N. is a student in Mrs. Ruprich's 3rd Grade Class
Vroom Vroom! I am just making a pit stop to tell you that in the book Babymouse Burns Rubber, Babymouse wants to enter a race. But she cannot build her car for the race. Will she win? Will she not win? Read my review to get a hint about the book. In the book Babymouse Burns Rubber, Babymouse is riding her bike and she crashes.The next day at school she saw her friend Wilson. She asked him to fix her bike. After school, she brought over her bike. Wilson fixed it but then she saw something in the corner. He said, “that is my car.” He rips of the curtain. She asks him what it is for. He said, “for the soap box derby race.” Baby mouse wants to enter. You will have to read the book to find out what happens!
Babymouse Burns Rubber is a good book to read. In the book, Babymouse changes. In the beginning, one of the rules is that you have to build your own car. She makes Wilson make her car but at the end, Babymouse returns the favor . I think the lesson in the book is a friend always has your back but do not take it for granted. I think this book reminds me of the Pinewood Derby Race that is coming up.
I recommend this book to people who make their friends do everything for them because in the book, Babymouse makes Wilson make her car. I give this book 3 out of 5 stars. So if you want a good book to read, get Babymouse Burns Rubber.