Kids’ Club Review by keya: Thirst

ThirstThirst, by Lizzie Wilcock

Kandra Hooke doesn’t need anything, or anyone. On the way to her sixth foster home, she experiences a crash involving her, a dead driver and a kangaroo, then, she makes her move. Armed with a backpack, some clothes, a drink bottle, and a frayed photo of a mother she hasn’t seen in years, she heads into a fatal desert. There’s only one thing in her way.

Eight year old Solomon.

5 stars

Reviewed by keya from Central City and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by keya: Into the white : Scott’s Antarctic odyssey

Into the white : Scott's Antarctic odysseyInto the white : Scott’s Antarctic odyssey, by Joanna Grochowicz

This book is so boring! I usally read a book in two hours, but I coudn’t even reach 50 pages in a WEEK! I dared my friend to read a random page out of a book, and a few minutes later she said,
“I couldn’t even read a page, this book is SOOOO boring!” This book is a danger zone, DO NOT READ!

1 stars

Reviewed by keya from Central City and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: Forget me not

Forget me notForget me not, by Ellie Terry

Calliope June (Snow) is moving for the 10th time. This she hopes to be the last. She longs to stay in one place long enough to make a friend, and when she meets Jinsong, she hopes her luck will change for good.

4 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alex: Double down

Double downDouble down, by Jeff Kinney

This is a great book I have read every single book in this series Jeff is a really talented author I could read his books all day i really like the bit when Greg is making the movie he is imaginative with his reading!!!

5 stars

Reviewed by Alex from Central City and , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ruby: The edge of the world

The edge of the worldThe edge of the world, by Ian Trevaskis (1949-)

I think that the Edge Of The World is a good book because it has great pictures. The pictures are great because they look like the olden days and they show whats happening in the story. I like how the author told the story. The way he described the details to me made me feel like I was there.

Ruby.

5 stars

Reviewed by Ruby from Central City and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: The princess and the pearl

The princess and the pearlThe princess and the pearl, by E. D Baker

Do not be fooled by the name!!! this book is actually a really good book. When Annie’s Father and uncle fall ill with the deadly disease the creeping blue, and no doctor can cure them, Annie, her husband Liam, Adun and his wife Millie head out to skull cove to find the witch doctor Ting-tang, but then find out that the cure is a giant pearl held by a sea witch, Annie’s resistance to magic means she’s the only one who can battle the witch.

A great addition to the wide-awake princess series and a great 6th book.

4 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City and , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: Save me a seat

Save me a seatSave me a seat, by Sarah Weeks

Ravi is the new kid at Albert Einstein elementary school, and being Indian doesn’t help. When he meets Joe, he thinks Joe’s a bully, but first impressions are often wrong. This book’s very good, and I couldn’t take my eyes off it.

4 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City and , 9 years old