Kids’ Club Review by Pippa: The world’s worst children

The world's worst childrenThe world’s worst children, David Walliams ; illustrated in glorious colour by Tony Ross

The World’s Worst Children is a hilarious book by David Williams. It shows examples of kids like Sofia Sofa, who stayed on the sofa so long she got stuck to it! I think that it is suitable for kid aged 7-10. I enjoyed it because of the fact that they really are the worlds worst children.

3 stars

Reviewed by Pippa from Island Bay and South Wellington Intermediate , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Izzy: The world’s worst children

The world's worst childrenThe world’s worst children, David Walliams ; illustrated in glorious colour by Tony Ross

I thought this book was funny in all ways. How the stories just make you laugh and laugh all night long, how the illustrations look so real and the way it is presented. It has a range of stories and you don’t have to read it all at once. At night when I read my book I find it so hard to stop reading in the middle so it is great how you can read one small story per night.

I recommend this book for all ages. Thanks David for writing an amazing book:)

5 stars

Reviewed by Izzy from Kilbirnie and Houghton Valley School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Anna: The world’s worst children

The world's worst childrenThe world’s worst children, David Walliams ; illustrated in glorious colour by Tony Ross

A hilarious book about the world’s worst children. One story is about a boy who thought he could count until infinity so he kept counting and counting and counting…………A must read for children who like a good laugh.

5 stars

Reviewed by Anna from Karori and Karori Normal School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Olivia: The world’s worst children

The world's worst childrenThe world’s worst children, David Walliams ; illustrated in glorious colour by Tony Ross

I thought that the book was a hoot! Because some of the children were like me. I’m easy to upset very bouncy and sometime its impossible to get me off the couch when i’m watching television. No matter how many times I read it it’s always enjoyable especially Miss Petula Perpetual-Motion because she’s always bouncy but can also be very still when she wants to just like me.

4 stars

Reviewed by Olivia from Karori and Karori Normal School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Aoi: The world’s worst children. 3

The world's worst children. 3The world’s worst children. 3, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

There 12 filthy rats need to be vanished for all. The terrible triples who are so rude. Tandy want to have what she wants like a selfish. Boslful the banubus the show offs. Fannys funny faces that scares people like she is a ghost. Hanks pranks so naughty and smart. Honey the hogger who hogs the bathroom every five minutes and admiring herself. Vain valentine the boy who sends lettres to girls and get roasted by girls. Walter the wasp who bullies people with insects for the world bully prize. Bonnie the bossy pants who bosses people and want to get what she wants. Kung Fu Kylie who would bully people by Kung Fu and kick people personal things hiya!

They are really horrible and mean. I never ever want to be one of them.

5 stars

Reviewed by Aoi from Karori and Thorndon School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Varsha: The world’s worst children

The world's worst childrenThe world’s worst children, David Walliams ; illustrated in glorious colour by Tony Ross

The World’s Worst Children is a wonderful book written by David Williams.It’s about these 10 children who are the worst children of all and this newsagent Raj, talks about it and gives the kids dreadful comments in the end of the story
I think this a funny book and I really enjoyed it.I adore the way it is written and it made me laugh a lot.
My most favourite character is Miss Petulia Perpetual Motion because she’s very active like me.My least favourite character is Mr Peter Picker because he picks his nose and that’s disgusting !

5 stars

Reviewed by Varsha from Johnsonville and Amesbury School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Margaret: The world’s worst children

The world's worst childrenThe world’s worst children, David Walliams ; illustrated in glorious colour by Tony Ross

This was a very funny and humorous book. I would definitly reccomend it, however only for
younger children, as I found the book a bit young for me, and although the plot was very
entertaining, it was quite basic.

3 stars

Reviewed by Margaret from Karori and St Teresa’s School , 12 years old