The Summer of the Swans
Sara was having the most awkward summer in her whole life. First Sara went to see the swans at the lake; she took her little brother Charlie with her. When they got to the
We rated this book this grade because, it wasn’t very exciting in the beginning. Once we got to the middle of the book it got more exciting and intense. The book got easier to understand and was happier at the end of the book. The book also went a little slow, and mentioned things that really did not make sense to us.
Your worst enemies can be your friends once you get to know them.
How we related to the characters:
My summers can be so boring like Sara’s. Sometimes I just want to run away and do something exciting.
Charlie because I almost was lost once but I was with my friend so we both knew what way to go. But I never had to look for somebody who got lost.
I would relate to Sara because I would freak out if my brother or sister got lost. I have had that experience my brother’s friend got lost in a ravine with her dad and dog and it freaked me out.