Dolphins at Daybreak
Written by Mary Pope Osborn
Reviewed by Krissy T. (age 10)
Dolphins at Daybreak is a story about two children named Annie and Jack. Their adventure begins in a magic tree house where they meet Morgan. She gives them four clues to solve the mystery. Then she sends them off to the ocean to solve the mystery. When they went to a beautiful coral reef, they found a mini submarine to help them in their search. Jack records the clues and ideas in his notebook. The excitement begins when they run into some sea creatures along the way.
My favorite part of the story was when Annie and Jack went down in the sea and their description of it . It made me feel as if I was actually down there with them. Personally, I loved this book because it was easy to read. The author was very descriptive with all of the details you could imagine. I couldn't stop reading this book because each chapter made me want to read more to find out what was going to happen. My favorite character was Annie because she was adventurous and exciting to read about.
I recommend this book if you like mysteries. This mystery is the right book for you. When you finish reading this book, you will enjoy reading the next in this series. I think that boys and girls from grades two to six will like this book too. I learned several good lessons from this book. One of the lessons is that you should never be afraid to try something new. Another important lesson is that you shouldn't give up, also known as "keep on going." I hope you get a chance to read this mysterious and adventurous book.
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Mrs. Elliott's 5th Grade Class