Kids’ Club Review by Matthew: Bad Dad

Bad Dad, by David Walliams

Frank’s dad was a professional banger racer who has a lot of bad luck. When he tries to make things better he ends up as a criminal. There are lots of funny times and some sad times in the book. I liked the pictures that went with the story.

4 stars

Reviewed by Matthew from Tawa, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Pet Show Prize

Pet Show Prize, by Rosie Banks

I loved this book. Summer, Ellie, Jasmine and Trixi are this time off to Featherly Farm! But Queen Malice (the king of secret kingdom nasty sister) has stolen the girls talents! She tricked them into putting on ” friendship bracelets” that stole the talents. (see story Sparkle Statue to find out more). Ellie and Jasmine’s talents have been rescued, (see Sparkle Statue and Melody Medal) but Summer and Trixi’s talents are still missing! ( read this book and Twinkle Trophy). In this book, they get Summer’s talent back. Find out more in Pet Show Prize.

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hazel: Gangsta Granny

Gangsta Granny, by David Walliams

I thought this story was adventurous and sad. This story is about a boy called Ben and his boring Granny that smells like cabbage . Ben figured out that his Granny is a gangsta and they plan to steal the crown jewels. There is a sad twist at the end so if you want to know the rest of the story READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!!! =)=)=)=)

5 stars

Reviewed by Hazel from Tawa, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Sofia: Captain UnderPants And the attack of the talking toilets

Captain UnderPants And the attack of the talking toilets, by Dav Pilkey

Two eight year old boys named George and Harold (they’re BFFs) accidentally create an army of talking toilets that want to destroy the city.
A great part of this book is the Flip-o-rama because it gives you a picture in your mind and you can make your ownSound affects while you flip the pages!
This book has no bad language so it is appropriate for all ages from 6 and older.

This is an extremely funny book with quite mischievous characters.

The moral of the story is: Never use things you don’t know about.

5 stars

Reviewed by Sofia from Brooklyn, 9 years old