Kids’ Club Review by Thomas: The Midnight Gang

The Midnight Gang, by David Walliams

Midnight is the time that most children are fast asleep, except of course for… The Midnight Gang! That is when there adventures are just beginning … This hilarious book has adventures all over the hospital…

5 stars

Reviewed by Thomas from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Kohaya: Mortal Engines

Mortal Engines, by Phillip Reeve

Wow! I am still blown away by this AWESOME story.
It is set in the future (roughly the 41 century), and is about a young, lonely third class historian apprentice (Tom) who gets betrayed by his hero: Valentine. Thrown out onto “bare earth” he finds a girl called Hester Shaw. Forced to survive whit nothing but their wits, the unlikely pair have all sorts of (CRAZY!!) adventures.
NOW: Before you read this, be warned: this is a very violent & tragic tale.
Go on and read it… It is calling you . . .

5 stars

Reviewed by Kohaya from Brooklyn, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jennifer: I even funnier

I even funnier, by James Patterson

it was really funny when Jamie Gaynor Pierce and Gilda gold actually laughed at something that Vincent o Neil had said it was oh oh oh so you stole that one to
and it was really sad when uncle Franky has a heart attack and Jamie has to pull out of the planets funniest kid comic contest but then he gets annouther chance in las vegas and WINS

5 stars

Reviewed by jennifer from Brooklyn, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Ever After High : Once Upon a Time

Ever After High : Once Upon a Time, by Shannon Hale

In fact, I thought it was a wonderful book! The author (Shannon Hale) as put a lot of detail in this book by doing a different story. She has changed all of the ever after’s first name but kept the last name. Sometimes, the ever after’s parents don’t have the last name so they add the last name as well as a first name. For example, Cedar Wood’s father is Pinocchio and he doesn’t have the last name so they make Cedar’s last name Wood. There are other people so if you read this book you will find out who they are. Overall, this was a good book but not up to my standard.

4 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jennifer: Greenwitch

Greenwitch, by Susan Cooper

I loved reading it it was nice how jane only wanted the green witch to be happy and it got even better when the green witch asked jane what she wanted and jane said the grail so the green witch gave it to her then jane gave the green witch something else that coud be her treasure

5 stars

Reviewed by jennifer from Brooklyn, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ruby-May: Magyk : Septimus Heap, wizard apprentice

Magyk : Septimus Heap, wizard apprentice, by Angie Sage

Awesome! These are the books you need when your bored or when you need an adventure. The world of Septimus Heap will take you to the places in your mind,the places you can only dream about. From the dark magic and kidnapping to Aunt Zelda’s cottage and the dragon boat, you’re sure to have a good time from the moment you open the book.
Septimus was stolen from his family when he was a new born. Faking his death, the Heap family midwife took Septimus to the Young Army Barracks. In the Barracks, Septimus was trained to be a soldier. Meanwhile, the Heap family were raising the baby Princess Jenna, as her mother was murdered by an assassin. This same assassin is now sent to kill Jenna! On the morning of her tenth birthday, the assassin finds Jenna, Septimus Heap is frozen and the adventure begins……

5 stars

Reviewed by Ruby-May from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jennifer: Snowflakes and Wishes

Snowflakes and wishes, by Cathy Cassidy (1962-)

it made me shiver to think how coco and Lawrie would feel in the cold dark woods at night time then to hear a scream piercing the stillness around them but also glow with happiness when they find out they can stay in tanglewood

5 stars

Reviewed by jennifer from Brooklyn, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jennifer: Bittersweet

Bittersweet, by Cathy Cassidy (1962-)

when shay buys cherry a snickers bar honey sits down next to shay and grabs it and eats it its like she’s trying to replace cherry definitely a book worth reading under the covers with a torch

5 stars

Reviewed by Jennifer from Brooklyn, 10 years old