I personally think that The Tale of Despereaux was a lot more interesting than The Island of the Blue Dolphins.
Trent it is Jonathan i dont think so
trent i think they wher both relly good i liked the survivel part of the island of the blue dolphins
I like how she gave the fox food.
Ella i like how she food too.
YES justus i agree with you they need to make a sequel or a book like this.
I think this book would be enjoyed by anyone, but I think it should have a sequal.
It was amazing how Karina got through the tough times by her self.
- Yvette :)
I agree Yvette! I love books where a character is able to overcome a challenge...makes me want to do the same in my own life when I have struggles!!!!
I think Island Of The Blue Dolphins was great but I feel bad for the girl that was stuck on the island. If I had to stay there that long I would have gone crazy!
I would have to
I think this book was the best book in the universe!
It was one of my favorite books,but not the best one in the universe.
this was a awsome book and it is a relly good i like when she faound rantou and rantou arrou
I personly think island of the blue dolphans is better.
It was awesome how this little girl could survive on a island for years and years and years.
I made a text to text with the tale of despereaux because Karina could have killed Ronto like despereaux could have killed roscuro.
I am so happy to see that you are sharing your connections!
The tale of Desperux won for me
The island of the blue dolphins is not as good as The tail of Desperaux
They need more books like this the survivel of it is wow! mis duglose if ther are books like this but not this let me know but this book was really good!
This book was inspiring. It shows that the limits of friendship go beyond imagination.
I think that the Island of the Blue Dolfins and the Tale of Desperaux were equally amazing. They both teach kids that giving up is not an option and that friendship is essential in everyones lives.
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