Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Muddy paws

Muddy pawsMuddy paws, by Sue Bentley (1951-)

The puppy’s name is Storm. Really, Storm is a wolf, but he is in a disguise. Storm can do magic. He is helping a girl called Beth to have a happy time on her uncle and aunty’s farm. But she has a nasty cousin to help spoil it.
Can Storm help Beth on the farm?

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Glitter Bird

Glitter Bird, by Rosie Banks

I really liked this book when I read it. It is by a lady called Rosie Banks. Rosie Banks does not just write Secret Kingdom, she writes books like Secret Kingdom and Secret Princesses and lots more. In the story some girls ( called Ellie, Summer and Jasmine ) need to find a bird. That is why the story is called Glitter Bird. The bird sprinkles glitter. The bird has the power of friendship. But thanks to the bad person, the bird makes people fight! Help the girls and their friend Trixi stop the evil queen and her horrible sprites from getting the bird first! I really shall review more of Secret Kingdom and Secret Princess.

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Twinkle Trophy

Twinkle Trophy, by Rosie Banks

In this book, some girls are off to Fairy Fairground, ( a place) but Trixi’s magic is still missing. ( read Sparkle Stature.) Ellie, Summer and Jasmine ( the girls ) must award the Twinkle Trophy before her magic is lost for ever. But with Queen Malice and her Storm Sprites ( the bad people) still causing trouble, they’l have to find Trixi first . . .

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Maria: The volume of possible endings : Dorrity’s tale in five parts

The volume of possible endings : Dorrity’s tale in five parts, by Barbara Else

This was my favourite book out of the rest of them (The Travelling Restaurant, The Queen and the Nobody Boy and The Knot Impossible.)Dority my favourite character as well as the main character makes friends with metal boy. They both get captured but also both escapes together but Dority gets captured again and metal boy gets put in prison. They both make as well as get a daring rescue. This book was a great book everyone should be able to read it.

5 stars

Reviewed by maria from Brooklyn, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Calla: Swing it, Sunny!

Swing it, Sunny, by Jennifer L Holm

Great book! I think ages 10 plus would enjoy this book because it’s a bit more mature for a graphic novel. It is a sequel to Sunny side up but I do think you can read it without reading the first one. This book was quite different. It wasn’t funny but it wasn’t sad. In this book a girl named Sunny’s life is put into a graphic novel. In this book her brother Dylan is sent off to a boarding school because he is have issues and it explains how sunny is feeling. Over all it was great read and I highly recommend it.

5 stars

Reviewed by Calla from Brooklyn and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Ballet dream

Ballet dreamBallet dream, by Rosie Banks

I so do love this book. It is about two girls called Charlotte and Mia. Mean Princess Poison puts a spell on a palace and on some princess and turns them to ice! Charlotte and Mia need to grant two girls their wishes. Those girls are called Bethany and Tyra. Will the girls save the day, or will Princess Poison get her way?

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Total TV drama

Total TV dramaTotal TV drama, by Meredith Costain

I really enjoyed this book. It is Ella’s diary. There is going to be a show and Ella and a nasty girl called Peach want to be in it. There teacher is going to ask them questions and if you get one right you are in the show but if you do not then you are not in the show. everything is going right until Ella’s best friend Zoe is out! in the end they win.

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn and , 7 years old