Kids’ Club Review by Sam: The storm

The stormThe storm, by Akiko Miyakoshi (1982-)

This book is not non fiction (I thought it would be). Most of the pictures are grey but this goes well with the story. I would recommend this book to my friends.

5 stars

Reviewed by Sam from Brooklyn and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Sam: Genius ideas (mostly)

Genius ideas (mostly)Genius ideas (mostly), by Liz Pichon

I would like to give this 12 stars, I liked it so much I will recommend it to all of my friends and I want to read more books by Tom Gates. I like how long it is. My favourite bit of the story is that Joey becomes his friend.

5 stars

Reviewed by Sam from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Sam: A lion in the meadow

A lion in the meadowA lion in the meadow, by Margaret Mahy (1936-2012,)

I liked the pictures, we wanted to read this after seeing a dance production of this at the Botanical Gardens on Saturday 28 January. Although this book is good it is better for younger kids

3 stars

Reviewed by Sam from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ethan: Samurai secrets

Samurai secretsSamurai secrets, by Charlie Carter

Battle boy samurai secrets written by Charlie Carter, is about going to the 13th Century Japan. My favourite part is when Napoleon’s father says that he wants them to let his son go, it really makes him sound like he really means it.
Readers will love learning how how samurais act to ningas.

4 stars

Reviewed by Ethan from Brooklyn and Kelburn Normal School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Sam: Horrid Henry’s holiday

Horrid Henrys holiday, by Francesca Simon

I think that it is very good but the thing I do not like is that Horrid Henry’s parents take him to the place he does not want to go. I like Henry’s plan.

4 stars

Reviewed by Sam from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 7 years old