Kids’ Club Review by Jeffrey: Diary of an 8-Bit Warrior: Quest Mode

Syndetics book coverQuest mode by Cube Kid ; illustrations by Saboten.

This book is great for people who like diagrams and Minecraft. It also has fake items that are not in Minecraft but are really cool. It’s the fifth book in the series – but you can read it on its own and still enjoy it because the author fills you in on what happened in the earlier books. Personally I like reading the books in order. I highly recommend this book!

5 stars

Reviewed by Jeffrey from Central City, 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: A wonderlandiful world

A wonderlandiful world, by Shannon Hale

Ever After High is a school for the sons and daughters of the stars of fairy tales.

But when Raven Queen (daughter of the Evil Queen from Snow White) came along and refused to agree with her destiny, things became very confusing indeed. Now not even Apple White, daughter of Snow White’s destiny is uncertain.

And now some mysterious magic threatens to rid Ever After high of it’s wonder. Can Lizzie Hearts, princess of Wonderland, Maddie Hatter, heir to the Mad Hatter’s tea shoppe and Haberdashery, Cedar Wood, a puppet like Pinocchio and Kitty Cheshire, daughter of the Cheshire cat, save Ever After before it’s too late?

5 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: Scarlet and Ivy; The lost twin

Scarlet and Ivy; The lost twin, by Sophie Cleverly

When Scarlet tragically passes away, her mirror twin Ivy is forced to replace her sister at Scarlet’s dying place, Rookwood school.

But there is more to Scarlet’s death than meets the eye. She has left behind several pages of her diary, leaving clues for Ivy to find and discover the truth about one particularly ruthless teacher…

5 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: The blurred man and I know what you did last Wednesday

The blurred man and I know what you did last Wednesday, by Anthony Horowitz

The Blurred man – The mystery starts when Joe Carter, an American millionaire, walks into Tim Diamond’s office. He wants to know what happened to Lenny Smile, the so-called life-saver who died under a stream roller. He thinks Lenny was murdered. Armed with a photo of a blurred man and his kid brother Nick, the worlds wort private detective is at work once again!
And
I know what you did last Wednesday – It’s a dangerous life being the younger brother of the world’s worst private detective, but Nick Diamond’s survived … so far. He’s due a holiday, so he should be happy when an invitation arrives for his brother Tim inviting him to a school reunion on a remote Scottish island and offering to pay him 1,000 pounds for the pleasure. But Nick’s got a bad feeling and it’s not just indigestion. And when he meets their fellow guests, the feeling only gets worse – especially when they start dying in ever more bizarre ways! Could it be the Diamond Brothers’ days are numbered?

4 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: Nevermore

Nevermore, by James Patterson (Teen Fiction)

In the beginning, there was Maximum Ride, a girl, a fighter and a leader.
But now the end isn’t near, it’s HERE.

Along with Dylan, Fang and her flock, can Max survive this ill-fated destiny?

(Recommended for people 12 years and above…)

4 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: The Glory

The Glory, by Lauren St John (Teen Fiction)

A Girl on the Run from the Law:
Alexandra Blakewood has everything any teenager could wish for, apart from the horse she’d love, but she won’t stop getting into trouble. Sent to a boot camp, she dreams of escaping. It seems impossible until she’s told about a 1,200 mile horse race across the American West…

A Boy on a Mission to Save a Life:
Will Greyton was the star student at his high school until his father was laid off. Now Will works at a burger joint. When his dad falls ill, it seems things can’t get any worse. An operation will save him, but they can’t pay for it. Then Will hears about The Glory, a deadly endurance race with a $250,000 purse, open to any rider daring enough to attempt it…

Who will win? Will Alex and Will both get what they want? There’s only one way to find out…

(Recommended for people 11 years and above.)

5 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by shreya: The 39-Storey Treehouse

The 39-Storey Treehouse, by Andy Griffiths

This is an amazing book to read because,each of these book creates a problem and there will be sorting out but not in a boring way like just calling someone to repair something.They do it very different, they also make there books very interesting and they make it attracting for kids.
I just love reading Andy Griffiths books and even Terry Denton does really good pictures and drawing. In this book there is a part when they give a try of something else not as normal,I hope Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton make more books no just The Story Treehouse but more interesting book like this one

4 stars

Reviewed by shreya from Central City, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Shreya: Hey Jack

Hey Jack, by Sally Rippin

These books are great for young kids who just started reading books kind of like my sister. It is very interesting, adventures and kind of life lesson book.

5 stars

Reviewed by Shreya from Central City, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Shreya: Ella and Olivia Spelling superstar

Ella and Olivia Spelling superstar, by Yvette Poshoglian

This is a very good book for everyone it tell’s you about learning more things like how Ella was on TV because she was the best speller in her school.After reading the book it felt like I should also read and write spelling words so I even can go on TV one day I hope everyone will get a chance to go on TV and win prizes.

5 stars

Reviewed by Shreya from Central City, 9 years old