Cinnamon by Neil Gaiman and 20 Fun Facts About Stonehenge by Michael Sabatino

I’ll be honest, I have no idea what’s going on with this new WordPress editor, so I’m trying this Instagram block for fun. You can see Gage with the last two books. We can always be friends on IG too, come on over and say hi.

Anyway, since this is a trial post to see how this works I’ll keep it short.

Cinnamon by Neil Gaiman, Illustrated by Divya Srinivasan

Gage’s thoughts…

Cinnamon lives in a castle and she cannot see or speak. She’s surrounded my jungle and mountains. There were prizes of a parrot, picture of an aunt and mango groves if you could get her to talk. The tiger shows up. He says he eats humans. The tiger was going to make Cinnamon speak. First, he tried pain, then terror, and then love. He got her to speak. He got the prizes but gave them to the village and he and Cinnamon walked into the jungle.

20 Fun Facts About Stonehenge by Michael Sabatino

Gage’s thoughts…

Stonehenge is between 5,000 and 3,500 years old. It was built so it lines up with the sun on the longest and shortest days of the year. One of the wild theories is that aliens from other world visited Earth and helped make it. They found skeletons buried there so it may have been a graveyard. The smaller stones came from a quarry in Pont Saeson, Wales (160 miles away). I would love to visit Stonehenge because it looks col and I want to study the rocks.

He also read

The Prehistoric Planet (Galaxy Zack, #3)
Around the Clock
How to Read a Book
In the Night Kitchen

4 thoughts on “Cinnamon by Neil Gaiman and 20 Fun Facts About Stonehenge by Michael Sabatino

  1. Literary Feline says:

    I love that you are sharing Gage’s thoughts about books he is reading with us. 🙂 I wish I could get Mouse to do that. LOL These both sound fun.

    • stacybuckeye says:

      The book-a-day and related activities/review are all part of homeschool, so it’s a learning process. It’s hard to sit down and talk about it and some days are definitely easier.

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