In 'The Sasquath Escape: The Imaginary Veterinary", a ten-year old boy name Ben Silverstein leaves to his grandpa's house in Buttonville for the summer, bringing his pet hamster. In his time there his he finds an imaginary wounded dragon but his grandfather can't see the dragon. her finds a friend named Pearl, who also can see imaginary creatures. They take the dragon to a veterinarian's office, but they figure out the veterinarian's office is actually a secret hospital for imaginary creatures. Ben leaves the door unlocked to the office and a hairy beast escape the office. Ben and Pearl have to catch the beast.This book is gets more interesting as I read on. It is an exciting and fun book, I enjoyed reading it.
"Matilda" is just like one of Roald Dahl's many other books I love. Like other Roald Dahl's books, "Boy" and "The Witches",they are all warm and touching. The book is focused on Matilda's life, Matilda is not like any regular girl, she has special powers, she is able to move items with her mind. but she takes thing to far to make her in danger. When i first saw this book I thought of the movie, since i enjoyed the movie a lot maybe i would enjoy the book as well and i did as much as the movie. I would recommend this to people who would like to face there fear, because Matilda did.
"The Templeton Twins Have an Idea" is about the Templeton twin, to be specific they are Abigail and John Templeton. The twin's dad is an inventor who have just created a new invention, but the twins, Dean D. Dean and Dan D. Dean claims that he copied their invention, but he didn't. Some how they end up being captured by them. The Templeton twins have to find out a way to get them out with the help of their dog as well.
The book contains many funny scenes and as well as strong vocabulary that is tricky, but kind of easy to figure out by the context clues. i would recommend this book to students who like funny books and adventures.