by Janell Cannon
Illustrated by Janell Cannon
Reviewed by W.S. (age 8)
W.S. is a student in Ms. Forte's 3rd Grade Class
One night the mother bat got separated from her baby named Stellaluna. The baby ended up falling into a bird nest. Stellaluna started behaving like a bird and not like a bat. Once she was seen by other bats hanging by her thumbs not her feet they wondered why she was not acting like a bat. Stellaluna's mother asked her some questions and realized she was her baby and taught her all about being a bat.
I enjoyed reading this book. My favorite part of this book was when her mom found her. Stellaluna was an interesting character in the book because she acted like a bird.
This book was really exciting and I would reccommend it. Kids should read this book because it's exciting, adventurous, and great characters. Kids who like bats would probably like this book.