Alexander Who's Not (Do You Hear Me? I Mean it!) Not Going to Move

Written by Judith Viorst
Illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser

Reviewed by Jonathan O. (age 10)

This is a story about Alexander and his family moving but he doesn't want to. And he keeps on saying, "I'm not do you hear me? I mean it! Going to move. He thinks of running away and making a fort in a cave.

I recommend this book to my family because it is funny and it is good to read with your family. It will be the whole family reading the book out loud!

The illustrations really express the characters' feelings in the drawings. What it says in the in the story depends on what you are going to draw. When he decides to run away they draw all his thoughts. That is what I think.

They should read this book because it is funny and it shows all their thoughts. It is a fun book to read with your family. Also a good book to read with your friends.

Jonathan O. is a member in PAL - New South Bronx's The New South Bronx #1 Players (2001-2002)