Kids’ Club Review by Caleb: Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis complex

Artemis Fowl and the Atlantis complexArtemis Fowl and the Atlantis complex, by Eoin Colfer

The atlantis complex is a great book, and my favourite in the Artemis Fowl series! Artemis Fowl has now got the atlantis complex – this is a psychosis common among gulit – ridden criminals and includes symptoms of obssessive behaviour, paranoia, delusions and in extreme cases multiple personality disorder. Causing Atemis to become nice instead of the evil mastermind he ususally is.

This means he can’t fight the robots attacking atlantis. It is an extreamly tense and funny book. I recommend it for 9+ because it can be confusing at times. This is no. 7 in the series, but you can read it out of order.

5 stars

Reviewed by Caleb from Cummings Park and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nicole: Class A

Class AClass A, by Robert Muchamore

It is an fun book with lots of exciting scenes which include lots of action. I recommend this book for ages 10-12.

4 stars

Reviewed by Nicole from Kilbirnie and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Peehoo: Sugar and spice

Sugar and spiceSugar and spice, by Sarah Mlynowski

This book is all kinds of Awesome! When Jonah and Abby land in the tale of Hansel and Gretel that can’t help eat the candy house. After all their parents did make them miss out dessert! But when the witch takes them in prison they are in SERIOUS TROUBLE!

5 stars

Reviewed by Peehoo from Johnsonville and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Peehoo: Cold as ice

Cold as iceCold as ice, by Sarah Mlynowski

When the mirror sucks Abby and Jonah in to the tale of the Snow Queen New friendship begins. When the Snow Queen turns everyone into a Frombie- A frozen zombie. It’s up to Abby and the Bandit girl Sharon to save the day! Then they realise all the Snow Queen wanted was a true friend.

5 stars

Reviewed by Peehoo from Johnsonville and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Elyse: When I am happiest

When I am happiestWhen I am happiest, by Rose Lagercrantz

The book is about a girl called Dani. She is happy many times in her life. So she has written a book about her life called My Happy life. This is the second to last day of Dani’s first year of school. Dani’s best friend Ella has moved to out of town but today something bad happens to Dani’s dad that makes Dani’s life go upside down.

I like this book because it is an interesting book and Dani is a friendly girl.
I think it should be good for children who are six year old and above.

5 stars

Reviewed by Elyse from Miramar and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Michael: Trains

TrainsTrains, by David West (1956-)

I love trains. This book is very interesting with great pictures. I like to read with my Dad.

4 stars

Reviewed by Michael from Khandallah and , 5 years old