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4 thoughts on “Book Week 2010 Week 3”
The illustrations were great and the colours looked really good. The text was hard to read out loud. The book is better when you read it up close and can see all of the text and the pictures more clearly.
This is good example of a book to read using the visualiser so you can see the detail in the illustration…
2G gave the book ‘The Terrible Plop’ an 8/10. We liked the book because it was funny, the characters were great and we also enjoyed the book because it rhymed. The bear was the most humorous character!!!
P2 loved ‘The Terrible Plop’. We really liked the bear and all of the pictures.