Kids’ Club Review by Noah: Darkmouth

Darkmouth, by shane hegarty

it was great i like the bit about broonie escaping with Finn’s help.

5 stars

Reviewed by Noah from Khandallah and , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: The big fat cow that goes kapow

The big fat cow that goes kapowThe big fat cow that goes kapow, by Andy Griffiths

This book was nice. I think it was very easy (literally). It has AAAAALLLLLOOOOTTTT of PICTURES!!!!!!! There are about ten chapters but since there were only like 3-4 pages in one chapter and only 2-3 sentences i finished in about 15 minutes.
I recommend this book for beginner readers or people that just want to read something to pass time.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Judy Moody predicts the future

Judy Moody predicts the futureJudy Moody predicts the future, by Megan McDonald

I absolutely loved this book! It was very very very entertaining, interesting and hooking. Judy gets a mood ring in her cereal box. It has this paper which has the mood colour and what they mean. Judy want purple which is joyful/on top of the world this give Madame M (moody) a predicting mood. in the end , after all the fails and flops, she finally predicts something, something big, very big…………………………. hold on, but what read the purple(joyful/on-top of the world) book

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Leela: What makes me me?

What makes me me?What makes me me?, by Robert M. L. Winston

Through games and activities this book helps children learn about themselves. It has lots of questions about how life works and questions about what you like doing which tell you about how you think and your personality. I really enjoyed it.

4 stars

Reviewed by Leela from Karori and , 5 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Leela: Bella’s backyard bullies

Bella's backyard bulliesBella’s backyard bullies, by Samantha Turnbull

This is a quite good book. The Vernon brothers really really upset me when I didn’t realise the reason they were attacking the girls, until I found out why. I liked that the girls tried to fight back. My favourite part was how they got the Vernons to build the treehouse with them.

4 stars

Reviewed by Leela from Karori and , 5 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Leela: Cruise control

Cruise controlCruise control, by Samantha Turnbull

This is a great book because it shows how important it is to not throw rubbish into the sea. And all the four people of the anti-princess club have their own chapters in the book. And all of the anti-princess club books show that children can do anything they like and be anything they want to be.

5 stars

Reviewed by Leela from Karori and , 5 years old