Charlie Small 1:Gorilla City Charlie Small Charlie Small Gorilla City No one knows the full story of Charlie Small At least not yet His battered journal was found washed up on a remote windswept shore And at first we thought it an elaborate hoax Surely no year old c
  • Title: Charlie Small 1:Gorilla City
  • Author: Charlie Small
  • ISBN: 9780375849701
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
Charlie Small 1:Gorilla City Charlie SmallNo one knows the full story of Charlie Small At least, not yet His battered journal was found washed up on a remote, windswept shore And at first we thought it an elaborate hoax Surely no 8 year old could have had so many wild adventures, witnessed so many extraordinary things, lived such an incredible life and still only be eight And yet there was something soNo one knows the full story of Charlie Small At least, not yet His battered journal was found washed up on a remote, windswept shore And at first we thought it an elaborate hoax Surely no 8 year old could have had so many wild adventures, witnessed so many extraordinary things, lived such an incredible life and still only be eight And yet there was something so vivid in the telling that we were persuaded to send the journal and some of its boggling content for analysis And only one conclusion could be drawn Everything in the journal of Charlie Small is true In his first adventure, Gorilla City, Charlie wrestles a deadly river croc, rides a steam powered rhino, and becomes tribal chief in a city of gorillas.
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  1. A great choice for younger fans of the Wimpy Kid books This book is written as a journal from Charlie s point of view It is hilarious A must read for boys in 2nd and 3rd grade

  2. Charlie Small is a computer game playing, not cleaning his room, has fun exploring outside eight year old boy living by Lancashire, England One day, he decides to pick up his backpack and explore once When he paddles down the river on his raft, he encounters a crocodile After the fight, he realizes he doesn t know where he is He meets a friendly, mechanical rhino, almost gets eaten by hungry hyenas, attacked by a giant, poisonous snake, and becomes the king of a gorilla city All the while, coll [...]

  3. A great choice for younger fans of the Wimpy Kid books This book is written as a journal from Charlie s point of view It is hilarious A must read for boys in 2nd and 3rd grade

  4. Just a tad disjointed, this book was nevertheless a lot of fun, and a book with vivid images and awesome destinations My favorite was the steampunk style rhino, but it s chock full of the kind of adventures any kid would love to live at least vicariously Get my full thoughts plus the cat s two cents on my blog, and happy reading

  5. Right from the first chapter, I knew that I would loved reading about Charlie Small I especially like when he thinks to himself, Brilliant That just tickles my funny bone As for this adventure being found in a journal, what a great concept This is obviously the first of many books to come, as Charlie does not make it home in time for tea And in his journal, he has scratched out that his is eight years old, and now states that he is probably closer to 400 years old Wow The pace of the book is fas [...]

  6. 2,5 5 Me ha gustado pero Este libro es una novela middle grade tirando m s a infantil La historia es muy original y tambi n muy extra a Por ejemplo, de repente, el autor cambiaba al protagonista as porque as de un lugar a otro sin dar explicaci n aparente y yo ya no sabia ni d nde estaba ni c mo ni porqu hab a llegado all Aparte de eso, he sentido que lo que me ha contado en 130 p ginas se pod a haber resumido en 60 p ginas como mucho Los personajes un ni o y muchos animales, no tienen evoluci n [...]

  7. Purportedly the true journal of Charlie Small, a former eight year old who plays video games but hopes for adventure He keeps his rucksack paced with all the essentials, just in case Then something strange happens to Charlie when lightening strikes, his raft is no longer floating close to home He encounters a strange world filled with strange animals Luckily Charlie thinks fast and avoids a series of pitfalls as he tames a rhino, fights crocodiles and snakes, and learns to speak gorilla The plot [...]

  8. If your kids liked Lemony Snicket s series, or Spiderwick Chronicles this would be a wonderful way to keep them amused for a long car ride They ll probably start saying little Britishisms like brilliant to mean oh goodie and biscuts instead of cookies I m sure the book version is just as lovely, but while the language is high level the story is geared for the 6 to 9 year old adventure loving boy.

  9. I thought this was a really creative story for boys I love Charlie Small and the fact that no matter how many times he calls home his mother never gets worried His adventure was non stop and funny I love the gorillas If you need a fun read for a boy that is not that well know this is a great one Grades 2

  10. This book is amazing and is one the very first books that got me hooked to reading Its about a boy who gets sucked into a magical portal and enters a new universe of wonder and amazement.He stumbles upon a city full of gorrilas and learns their way of speaking.He also gets help from an anomynous proffesor Join him as he tries to find his way home.

  11. An adventurous, fast action read with a daring protagonist Boys, especially, in elementary and early middle school will like this The vocabulary and language are colorful and engaging The young narrator on the audio book does a fantastic job

  12. A very quick read It s fun and silly It s easy to read because of the short sentences and the quick action throughout I would recommend it for high 3rd graders through middle school It is a British book, so beware the lingo.

  13. An imaginative adventure with unexpected twists and turns that keep you interested all the way through the story I will be recommending this series to boys looking for adventure

  14. It s an fantastic start , I loved how the author was so creative and it was very adventurous Keep it up

  15. I didn t love this one, but Grade School boys would probably like it It s got adventure, but I think the journal format kept you a bit removed from it.

  16. good adventure story, the writing isn t great, and its peppered with british slang otherwise, it s a good story.

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