The Good, The Bad, and The Tweety
by Sara Hoagland
Illustrated by Jeff Siergey
Reviewed by Alani T. (age 10)
Alani T. is a member in University Settlement's League for Child Care (2000-2001)
One day, Tweety was in the west. As usual, Sylvester the cat was chasing him. Granny had to go somewhere. She told him to stay away from Tweety, or else she would kick him out of the house. He tried but he couldn?t, then he heard a big knock on the door. KNOCK! KNOCK! I wonder who it could be at the door? If you want to find out who was at the door and what else happens to Tweety, you?ll have to read the book.
I would recommend this book to Looney Tunes lovers. My favorite characters were granny and Tweety because they said funny things and made me laugh. It reminded me of the Looney Tune cartoons on T.V. and they are really funny. My favorite part was when Sylvester got kicked out of the house.