Most of us have memories of someone reading a book to us as children. That someone may have been our mum, dad or a teacher at school. We’ve also joined the bandwagon of mums, dads, teachers and all other read-aloud readers and had our first reading session for children today.
The book chosen for today’s reading was Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl and the narrator was Kimi Hnamte, lecturer at Royal Thimphu College.
The children were fun, creative and smart! To find out their views on the reading session, they were made to fill out a feedback form at the end of it.
Some answers were creative: click image to enlarge & the exact answers have been retyped below in blue.
(I liked the story because Mr. Fox was very clever and always had an idea in the last minute.
I would make a statue that looked like Mr. Fox and throw it out of the hole and then run out of the hole meanwhile the people were looking for the staue.)
some answers were clear and precise…
(Yes I enjoyed the story. Yes I like it because he saves the underground animals and he is to clever. And he is smart. And I like the wife who says he is good. And he is very nice.)
there were a few wierd ones…
(If I was Mr. Fox I would keep thinking and I will try to kill the fox)
some guys just weren’t paying attention the entire time…
(my favorite part of the story is the slepping beauty)
Slepping beauty??? Sleeping beauty??? I wonder where she’s mentioned.