Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: The Copycat Kid

The Copycat Kid, by Sally Rippin

Billie actually shouldn’t say that Mika’s a copycat because like she’s new and it’s a different world to her , so yeah , Billie shouldn’t really say her new buddy is a copycat because she’s new .

3 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Central City and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: The big sister

The big sisterThe big sister, by Sally Rippin

I think the author had a misunderstanding because i’ve read other Billie B Brown books and her mum has blackish brown hair also her dad and Billie but at the back of the book just borned Noah has blonde hair . I think that was a misunderstanding her was she just dreaming? Billie has an old teddy called Mr Fred . She and Jack were playing soccer so she put Mr Fred near a bush so he could watch . Mr Fred was Billie’s favorite teddy , she had it when she was just a baby . It started to rain so Bille and Jack ran inside to get some shade . But you know what she left outside? Mr Fred! when it was bedtime her mum was reading her a bedtime story then she had a funny look on her face Mr Fred! I left him outside! Overall , I nearly have told the whole story so um I rate this book 3 stars because the author had a misunderstanding , I recommend all Billie B Brown fans to read this book.

3 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Central City and , 7 years old

Top children’s fiction authors for May

Here’s a joke: Why did the librarian slip over? Because she was in the non-friction section!! Get it?

No one like falling over, so we aren’t going to talk about non-fiction today. This post is all about FICTION.

We love fiction, you love fiction, everyone loves fiction! So here are the most popular children’s fiction authors for this month, based on how many of their books have been borrowed from the library.

 

1. Daisy Meadows (Rainbow Magic, Magic Animal Friends series)

2. Geronimo Stilton (Geronimo and Thea Stilton series)

3. Enid Blyton (classics stories of adventure and bad behaviour)

4. Erin Hunter (Warriors series)

5. Sally Rippin (Billie B Brown and Hey Jack series)

6. Jeff Kinney (Diary of a Wimpy Kid series)

7. Adam Blade (Beast Quest series)

8. Jacqueline Wilson (amazing stories about different lives and adventures)

9. Liz Pichon (Tom Gates series, and picture books)

10. Rick Riordan (Percy Jackson series)

11. Roald Dahl (Charlie and the chocolate factory and other funny tales)

12. Andy Griffiths (Storey-treehouse series)

13. Megan McDonald (Judy Moody and Stick series)

14. Dav Pilkey (Captain Underpants series)

15. Francesca Simon (Horrid Henry series)

16. Alan MacDonald (Dirty Bertie series)

17. H. I. Larry (Zac Powers series)

18. David Walliams (Hilarious stories)

19. Jacqueline Harvey (Alice Miranda series)

20. Rachel Renee Russell (Dork Diaries series)

Kids’ Club Review by Mananya: The birthday mix-up

The birthday mix-up, by Sally Rippin

When i read this this book i felt if i was billie i would burst out crying…as i read this book it beacame more and more interesting until billies friends dident turn up. I lose my hope…till there was a knock on the door.I could imagian how happy billie would to see her friends!

5 stars

Reviewed by mananya from Central City, 7 years old