Tales of Tossledowns: Otterwill

Posted June 16th, 2011 by SahiyaK

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Despite the poor grammar of this book I found it very touching. I related to it because many times in my life I have been through something that in the end, it turned out what I went through wasn’t necessary, but I am still glad I went through it, for it taught me a lot. In the end of the story Puffer doesn’t regret going on the adventure, for he learned things that he couldn’t have learned any where else.

I like the way the story makes you care for the characters. I felt sad when Grandma Lilibud passes away in the end, but at the same time I was happy she got to have such an exciting life. And that, I think, is the most important thing to have in a story, character development.

I am glad I read this story and I enjoyed sharing my thoughts on it.

SahiyaK

My name is Sahiya Kelsick, I am 13 years old. I love to knit, dance, draw, sing, design websites, and create things, I am working on setting up a studio for digital drawing using the Wii Remote hack by Johnny Chung Lee.

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