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Student Book Reviews: The Legend of Podkin One-Ear

Book Review - The Legend of Podkin One-Ear

The Legend of Podkin One-Ear Book Review
Book review by Senan Handaru Donnelly

Author: Kieran Larwood
Illustrated by: david Wyatt

Genre: Fiction/Real life experience, Adventure
Themes: Adventure, Friendship


This book is about a time where rabbits were not as frightened as they are nowadays and they could talk. Podkin is the son of Lopkin, chief of the Munburry Warren. He wasn't the hero people knew and remembered back then. He was a lazy and spoilt rabbit and he still had both ears. But all changes when his home warren is attacked.

My favorite characters are Podkin, the main character, his older sister Paz, his little brother Pook, Crom and a few others.

My favorite scenes are when Podkin loses his ear and the battles as well as the scene of happy reunion.

The lessons learned are be ready to sacrifice anything for others safety, always help your friends and family and always trust your friends and family.

I give this book a five out of five star rating.