Reviewed by Hannah D. (age 9)
My favorite part of the story is when Winn Dixie went into the witches house, an old blind woman named Gloria Dump, and ended up getting peanut butter all over his face. My connection is with my dog Samie. He's the same way with peanut butter but he's probably cuter and funnier. And there is something unique about his book and that is how Winn Dixie got her Opal's dad to tell her ten things about her mother. I think this showed how much they all really loved each other. I wonder how a dog could help Opal make friends like that. What a loving dog.
This book will shock you, inspire you. It will make you think and make you cry. I recommend it for second graders on up.