Kids’ Club Review by Lydia: City of savages

City of savagesCity of savages, by Lee Kelly

I thought that there was heaps and heaps of descripsion and detail in the story which made it super interesting! It use heaps of descriptive words. I liked the first bit of the story where she is looking for her mom it really put me on the egde and made me want to read more and more. It was a really good book and i really enjoyed it, i would read it if i were you. I recommend it for ages 10 and up though. Otherwise, I loved it so much! Thank you for making this book avalible for me to read!
Kind Regards Lydia Quinn

5 stars

Reviewed by Lydia from Tawa and , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Yash: Department 19

Department 19Department 19, by Will Hill (1979-)

Good book would recommend for ages 10 – 13 not too many hard words but if you get to understand the book and its story line it is amazing!

5 stars

Reviewed by Yash from Cummings Park and , 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hunter: Pokémon : classic collector’s handbook : official guide to the first 151 Pokémon

Pokémon : classic collector's handbook : official guide to the first 151 PokémonPokémon : classic collector’s handbook : official guide to the first 151 Pokémon, by

Pokemon is a great book about the best pokemons in the world. The people that are in a row of lines Cher for the Pokemon the Pokemon is about to get very angry with the pokemons. Thay start to atack them. The people run for there life the crowd goes wild . The Pokemon are all right but the only thing that has been a bad is the people are hurt and the school is broken in half and the world is cracked in half so everyone rolls in the hole then that die.colourful pictures and lots of reading. Hunter 7 years old seatoun

4 stars

Reviewed by Hunter from Miramar and , 7 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

Top Ten Childrens Fiction February 2017

Series titles are coming out on top this month! Adventure with Percy Jackson and his mythical crew, Geronimo Stilton and Andy and Terry with their tree house building skills!

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  1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, by Jeff Kinney
  2. Tom Gates series, by Liz Pichon
  3. Puzzle Book series by Susannah Leigh
  4. Storey Treehouse series, by Andy Griffiths
  5. Harry Potter series, by J. K. Rowling
  6. Percy Jackson series, by Rick Riordan
  7. Geronimo Stilton series, by Geronimo Stilton
  8. Conspiracy 365, by Gabrielle Lord
  9. Dirty Bertie series, by Alan MacDonald
  10. Fantastic Mr Fox, by Roald Dahl