Stage Fright on a Summer Night
Written by Mary Osborne Pope
Reviewed by B.H. (age 9)
Stage Fright on a Summer Night is a very entertaining book. This book is about two children who travel back in time to England. Their mission was to find a special magic. While there, they were found by William Shakespeare, who cast them in his play. In the end, Jack and Annie learned that all the world's a stage. After reading this book, I am excited to learn more about England and theater.
I enjoyed reading my book. My favorite part was when Jack and Annie were cast in the play. It was my favorite because going back in time can be fun. They were lucky that they knew all their lines. The feeling I got while reading this book was excitement, especially when they went back in time to a different place in the world. They were found by Shakespeare. An interesting character is Jack. He is interesting because he is always curious. In conclusion, Stage Fright on a Summer Night is very entertaining.
I recommend this book to children who like going back in time to new places. It feels like you are inside the story. So don't just buy the book! When you read this book, you won't just read it; you'll be inside the book!