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BR 13: The garden

'The answer is "Yes".' (p. 30)



 A woman liked flowers. One day she went into the flower shop and bought a bunch flowers. She lived at a flat with her father. He drank whisky all the time, hadn't a job, and spent her money on drink. That day, he was angry and went out. After that George, the old man from the next door came home. He had been a gardener, and taught her how to take care of flowers. He was kind to her. But after while, He died due to his sickness. She cried with sad. Her father didn't like him and broke her garden. She finally left a flat, and went somewhere in country. Then she started her new life.




 I recommend this book because it's a happy ending story. If you like love story or flowers, try it.

Elizabeth, Laird. (1992). The garden. London: Heinemann guided readers.

BR 12: Let me out!

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I'm a very good robot. (p. 29)



BR 11: Big hair day

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George Cooper films are very good! (p. 32)



 There was a woman called Sophia Reynolds. She was going to be an extra in a film with Fabio Facelli, a famous film star. It was eight o'clock and she had to be at Chapelfield Park at ten o'clock. So she could take her bag to her hotel. When she started to walk, a woman stopped her. The woman asked her how to get to Bank Street. After that the woman left. Then she found that something was wrong. She found that the woman took her bag by mistake. So she ran to the police station, and went in. Then she saw a police man. He had beautiful, dark eyes. Her encounter with him changed her life!


 I recommend this book to you because it's a happy story. I like series of Cambridge. If you are interested in it, please try it.



 Johnson, Margaret. (2010). Big hair day. London: Cambridge.

BR 10: Just like a movie

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'A sad story... That's life. It's just like a movie...' (p. 32)



BR 09: Sherlock Holmes the case of the blue diamond

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There was a beautiful blue diamond in it. (p. 5)



 The main characters are a famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his good friend, Dr. Watson. Two days after Christmas last year Dr. Watson went to Holmes' house. There was an old hat on the chair. Holmes got it from Peterson, the doorman at the Baker Street Hotel. Peterson found the hat and goose in the street and brought them. Later, he only take goose back and the hat was left. After a while, he visit Holmes' house again and said that his wife found a beautiful blue diamond in the goose when she was cutting it. It was a diamond stolen from The Cosmopolitan Hotel last week. Holmes inference started here...



 I recommend this book because we can feel as if we are detectives like Holmes. I like detective stories. If you are interested in them, please try this book!



Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir. (2002). Sherlock Holmes the case of the blue diamond. London: Dominoes.

BR 08: The big picture

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'Harada-san,' Mori-sensei said to me, 'with the lens of the camera you can never see everything. When you take a photograph you choose what you want to see. Maybe there's something you don't see. Maybe you don't see something important.' (p. 18-19)



 There was a man, a photographer. His name was Ken Harada. He took photos of famous people and sold them to anybody who wants to buy them. One day, he answered the telephone from his boss of Tokai Photo Agency. The boss asked him to take a picture of Takahanada, a famous sumo star in Japan and his new girlfriend who was a beautiful actress. Then he went to the Tokyo Garden Hotel and waited for them. But he was very thirsty, so he went to the coffee shop. Surprisingly, he found Takahanada and his girlfriend in front of the shop. He took their photo immediately. The photo was a special one that other photographers couldn't take. Later, an incident would happen by his photo.
 I recommend this book to you because …

BR 07: Inspector Logan

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'You're going to be sorry you told us about the brooch,' she said. (p. 28)