Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: VIII

Overdrive cover VIII, H.M. Castor (ebook)

I think this was a very nice book. It’s a fun way of reading history, and I LOOOVE it! The illustrations done by Peter Kent are cool. I think its a cool way of reading history. I recommend it to 6+

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn, 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Matthew: The world’s worst children. 3

The world's worst children. 3The world’s worst children. 3, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

I gave this book 5 stars because it was very funny. My favourite chapter in this book was The Terrible Triplets, their names were Tom, Dick and Harry. I enjoyed this chapter because each one of them had a disgusting habit. Tom liked to eat his earwax, Dick liked to eat his boogers which he said tasted like a cabbage lolly, and Harry liked to eat his belly button fluff! I recommend this book to kids aged 7 and up.

5 stars

Reviewed by Matthew from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Luis: Norman’s Farty Armpit

Norman’s Farty Armpit, by Frank Newman

Norman lives in Normalsville. His Mum, Dad, sister, chicken and cat know.s how to make music but he doesnt. Suddenly his toes started to tingle then his knees started to jingle his fingers started to twitch. He started to burt and burrrrttttt…burrrttt…burrrttt…burrrrrtttttt…burrrrrrrrtttttt…burrrrrrttttttt. He started to make fart noise with his armpit he now was the most famous person until he was going to show everybody his fart then it did not work. Even though his whole family knows how to make music its ok for him because life is normal. My favorite part is when he keeps on burting because it sounds funny.

5 stars

Reviewed by Luis from Tawa, 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Yaya: Clover moon

Clover moonClover moon, Jacqueline Wilson ; illustrated by Nick Sharratt

I think this is a really good book because of the way the story is told. At the start her mum is dead (spoiler!) but then she meets Mr Dolly. All that actually happened before the story starts but I like how Jaqueline tells you about it when the story starts. Clover has a big adventure, and I was very excited when she runs away from her wicked stepmother (spoiler again!)! I reccomened this book for ages 8+
Definitley 100 stars!

5 stars

Reviewed by Yaya from Newtown, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Awful Auntie

Awful AuntieAwful Auntie, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

This is a awesome book about a girl, a ghost, and the meanest auntie who ever lived…….
(this is my favorite David Walliams book).

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn, 8 years old