Kids’ Club Review by Jenny: The School for Good and Evil

The School for Good and EvilThe School for Good and Evil, Soman Chainani

The school for good and evil was a great book that showed that you can’t judge someone by the way they look. As it was quite a lengthy book, people who aren’t really into long stories shouldn’t read it. Some parts of the story did become quite confusing for me, but that was the only bad thing I could find about this book. Soman Chainani is an amazing storyteller and I would definitely read other books of his!
I would recommend this book to older readers that love books that have a great plot and a bit of magic.

4 stars

Reviewed by Jenny from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jenny: The Land of Stories : beyond the kingdoms

The Land of Stories : beyond the kingdomsThe Land of Stories : beyond the kingdoms, by Chris Colfer ; illustrated by Brandon Dorman

The land of stories : Beyond the kingdoms was an amazing book. When I picked it up I couldn’t stop reading! The characters and setting were so vividly described, it was like you really were in the land of stories going on adventures with Alex and Conner Bailey. I would recommend this book to… Firstly, people who have read the other land of stories books before this one, and secondly, people who love adventure stories, mystery, a hint of magic, and, of course, fairy tales.

5 stars

Reviewed by Jenny from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tom: Back to scare school

Back to scare schoolBack to scare school, Zack Zombie

it was a good book it was funny when zombie was allowed to get any clothes he wanted but there was only enough money the the school uniform.
i would recommend to people who like to read short stories that a funny.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tom from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tom: Head kid

Head kidHead kid, David Baddiel ; illustrated by Steven Lenton

Head kid was an amazing book where the head teacher became a student and the naughtiest kid became the head.
I would recommended this book to people who like captain underpants and other funny books.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tom from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jenny: Nevermoor : the trials of Morrigan Crow

Nevermoor : the trials of Morrigan CrowNevermoor : the trials of Morrigan Crow, Jessica Townsend

Nevermoor was an exiting book, with loads of twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat. It had a great, well thought out plot, and the characters were described so well it was like they were real. Morrigan Crow is an inspirational character who will stay strong through the toughest of times and inspire heaps of people to do the same.
I would stay up way past my bedtime reading this book!

4 stars

Reviewed by Jenny from Brooklyn and Brooklyn School , 11 years old