Kids’ Club Review by Hunter: Way of the wolf

Way of the wolfWay of the wolf, by Bear Grylls

Great book for kids who like action and adventer.
When beck granger gets involved with a plane crash he and Tikaani have to trek across the alaskan mountains to find rescue and shelter.
I would recomend this book to children 7+.
great book must read.

4 stars

Reviewed by Hunter from Miramar and Holy Cross School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hunter: Sands of the scorpion

Sands of the scorpionSands of the scorpion, by Bear Grylls

like way of the wolf, Beck granger and his friend peter find out they have found a gang of dimond smugglers follow them onto a plane and they a re forced to flee by jumping out of a plane and having to travel across the sahara desert to get to safety.
recomended ot 8+.
good action and adventure book.

4 stars

Reviewed by Hunter from Miramar and Holy Cross School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Billie: The adventures of Captain Underpants : now in full colour

The adventures of Captain Underpants : now in full colourThe adventures of Captain Underpants : now in full colour, by Dav Pilkey (1966-)

I think this is a really good book for people who like toilet humor and have just moved on from picture books. I love how George and Harold hypnotize their principal to be Captain Underpants. Captain Underpants saves the world and he fights for all that is preshrunk and cottony. There is lots of action and laughs.

4 stars

Reviewed by Billie from Miramar and Makara Model School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Lucas: Urban outlaws

Urban outlawsUrban outlaws, by Peter Jay Black

Wow! This book was amazing!
Meet Jack, part of the gang Urban Outlaws with Charlie, Obi, Slink, Wren. From a bunker beneath the city of London live 5 super amazing skilled orphans that go through tough missions to save the poor, they rob bad guys and give all of it to the poor or charity! Their latest mission is going to put them in big trouble. Del Sarto, one of the worlds richest, dirtiest, smartest criminal is right at their feet trying to get them for a computer that you can hack in to anything, according to Jack, it’s all his fault but together they can make it out alive, or can they!…

5 stars

Reviewed by Lucas from Miramar and Seatoun School , 11 years old

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