Disney books go down a treat

Owton Manor Primary School pupils (rear, left to right) Shannon Grayson, Christopher Marshall and Leah Wilson with (front, left to right) Emma Nealon, Jackson Robson and Jake Bage with copies of the books
Owton Manor Primary School pupils (rear, left to right) Shannon Grayson, Christopher Marshall and Leah Wilson with (front, left to right) Emma Nealon, Jackson Robson and Jake Bage with copies of the books

PRIMARY school pupils cast their expert eye over the magical Disney collection that is on offer with the Mail in the coming months.

The Year 6 children from Owton Manor Primary School, in Eskdale Road, Hartlepool, spent the afternoon reading the Dinosaurs and the Atlas of the World books from the Wonderful World of Knowledge series.

The Dinosaurs book is the very first of the 24-book series and will be free with the Hartlepool Mail on Tuesday, March 15.

The Atlas of the World book is one of the books which will be available in the weeks after and can be bought for just £2.99 with a token available in the Mail.

I spoke to the children to find out what they thought of the books.

Jack Bage, 11, said: “I think these books are really good for children of all ages.

“I can’t believe how many facts are in them.

“They would be really useful.

“I really enjoyed having a look through the two books.”

Christopher Marshall, 10, said he really enjoyed looking through the Dinosaurs book.

He said: “I think younger kids especially will really like these books.

“I thought the Dinosaurs one was brilliant.

“One of the best things about the books is the glossary in the back.

“It makes it so easy to find something you are looking for.”

Leah Wilson, 11, said: “I found the book really interesting.

“I didn’t think it was too difficult to read and the facts in it were very useful.

“It doesn’t take very long to read through it either, so children won’t get bored.”

Jackson Robson, 11, said: “The books are really nice and colourful so it grabs your attention straight away.

“I had a look through the Dinosaurs and the Atlas of the World books.

“The Atlas book linked in very well with what we have been studying in class.

“We have been looking at the world’s biggest mountains, so it was brilliant to read about them in the book and learn some more about them.”

Shannon Grayson, 11, thinks children of all ages will enjoy the books.

Shannon said: “Younger children will really enjoy reading them because of the bright colours and all of the pictures.

“But the facts in them are really useful so older children will like them as well.

“I think the books will link in well with some of our projects in school.”

Emma Nealon, 11, said: “These books are really good for children of all ages.

“I enjoyed having a look through them.

“I had a look through the Dinosaurs book and found it really interesting.

“It tells you in quite a lot of detail all about the different dinosaurs

“If you needed to know anything about dinosaurs, it would be a big help.”