WOG by Laurence Knighton

Posted October 9th, 2011 by ADavis12

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I really enjoyed WOG by Laurence Knighton. This story was very interesting, and it taught you valuables lessons.

I found this story very interesting, the most interesting part to me was when the grandpa and his friend was running from the giants, it made me wonder what the giants was going to do now or if the giants are going to hurt grandpa and his friend. I glad that the giants didn’t.
This story also have a lot of valuable lesson in it for example it taught bravery. Even thought the giants were bigger than grandpa it still didn’t stop grandpa from trying to tell the giant they he was serious and wanted them to keep the noise down. The giants were acting like bullies just because they are big they think they can do anything the wanted to, grandpa show them that’s isn’t always true. I like grandpa because of that. The other valuable lesson I think this story was trying to tell is be careful of your action because they are consequences behind them as well.
I like all the characters in the book expect the giants. I like momma and daddy Wog they remind me of my parents. I like how Papa Wog told this story to his children so they won’t be scare of the storm anymore, my dad tells me story as wells.
I would give this book five stars, and I would recommend this book to my friend as well.


I'M a thirteen year old girl, who like to read. I m from Albany, Georgia. I attend Southside Middle school, here. I have a momma and a daddy, I also have two sister. Taffie and Tina, I the middle child. I love to read, I go to the library every two weeks.

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