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This book was very interesting and adventuring I would recommend it to 6+ and I also wish the book went on and never ended!
11 May 2018
i like it i think the author is very talented and imaginative.
29 October 2017
I read up to page 15 and it is soooooo interesting. I really want to carry on
7 March 2017
The Firework Maker Lalchand has a great experience of being a firework maker. Lila his daughter has always wanted to be a firework maker and her Father won’t let her. She needs the three gifts which are Talent, Courage and Luck. But she didn’t know what they were when she went to see Razvani. She also needed the magic water from the Moon Goddess but luckily Chulak bought to her. Meanwhile Lilas father Lalchand had been locked up in the Kings castle. But if they won the firework display with longest applause he he wouldn’t be killed. But will they beat all of the contestants? Will be continued!!!
21 November 2014
I really enjoyed this book as it was packed with different emotions and we are also reading this book in school and discussing it in parts in guided reading and to read it by myself seems better than hearing an audio version. It’s better to read the book for yourself as you realize new things rather than having it read to you. I highly recommend that you read this book.
28 April 2014
It is an amazing book I highly recommend it . I read it at school and did loads of writing about it.
12 April 2014
it’s currently amazing as it begins but as it goes on it is now getting boring xx
and it just is not grabbing me to read on eny more i am getting bored whith it …
i already know that she becomes a fire work maker so …
30 May 2013
7 March 2013
It is one of my favourite books. I really enjoyed reading it.
18 February 2013
I read this in school and we did lots of work and writing about it the names of the other firework makers are funny senyor scortchiney!
19 April 2012
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