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Book review: Adelaide’s Secret World

REVIEWED BY GABRIELLA, 9, VIC

Adelaide's Secret World

Adelaide’s Secret World by Elise Hurst, Allen and Unwin, ISBN 9781743313350

Gabriella read a copy of this book in her school library.

Adelaide’s Secret World is a wonderful fantasy book.

Adelaide is a lonely ginger coloured rabbit.

The setting is a town that was once a bustling place but is now a lonely place. Adelaide watches the sun rise every morning and the stars come up every night.

Will she find a friend?

The story could be confusing for young children, but is fabulous for children aged 7–11 who love to visit imaginary places when reading.


This is Gabriella’s first book review for Alphabet Soup. If you’d like to read more book reviews by Oxley Christian College students, you can click on ‘Oxley Christian College’ in the grey categories box in the right column of this blog. To send us YOUR book review, check out our submission guidelines. Happy reading!

 

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Rebecca Newman is a children's writer and poet, and the editor of the Australian children's literary blog, Alphabet Soup. rebeccanewman.net.au.