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Reviewed by Colin Tung
I strongly encourage young readers to read: “The Making of a Navy Seal.” The book clearly shows that it will teach you a lot, mainly because it makes you visualize what it’s like in that scenario. It also teaches you how hard life can be, and how you should never give up to achieve your dreams. For example, it explains how Brandon Webb, the main character, is almost forced to quit on being a Navy Seal. But he hung in there and would never quit.
However, some parents may not like the talk of firearms, the deaths of many soldiers, placing explosives, and countless more. I’m still absolutely sure the reason parents don’t want their younger kids to read this book is because of the violence. But even so, it persuades you to keep going on, later on in life. The violence also doesn’t really matter, as long as the writer explains the message he’s giving to you, and The Making of A Navy Seal has explained all of that perfectly.
I know for sure that nothing executes the message of how hard life can be better than "The Making of a Navy Seal". Without a doubt, The Navy Seal is indeed an extraordinary book.
Reviewed By: Victoria
Recommended if you like: Stories About Animals
Chester and Gus is a great book for people who like animals. The book is about a dog named Chester and being trained to be a service dog. Along the way he helps a boy named Gus who uses him as a therapy dog. This book is really interesting because it is written in the perspective of the dog Chester, I like that it is written like that because it allows the reader to understand what the dog thinks about everything he is doing and how he helps people.