Kids’ Club Review by Summer: Revolting rhymes

Revolting rhymes, by Roald Dahl

Revolting rhymes is truely hilarious and I recommend it if you’re looking for a laugh. I love hearing Fairytales in Roald Dahl’s words.

4 stars

Reviewed by Summer  from Tawa and Tawa School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Luke: Revolting rhymes

Revolting rhymesRevolting rhymes, by Roald Dahl

A naughty book about classic fairy tales made revolting and rhyming. This is a fun book and my parents used to read it to me when I was little. The rhymes are truly revolting but very funny. I recommend this to all parents who have t read bedtime stories.

5 stars

Reviewed by Luke from Karori and Karori Normal School , 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hannah: Revolting rhymes

Revolting rhymesRevolting rhymes, by Roald Dahl

All of you THINK you know the real fairytales. Well you don’t. The real fairytales are much more gory. The book is full of humour. Perfect for kids starting chapterbooks. Little red riding hood,Cinderella ,jack, Snow White, Goldilocks, Wolf and The three little pigs are still there but they’re going to show you the real fairytales.

5 stars

Reviewed by Hannah from Cummings Park and Ngaio School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nadia: Revolting rhymes

Revolting rhymesRevolting rhymes, by Roald Dahl

I LOVE the humor and the clever way Roald Dahl transforms ordinary fairy tales into gruesome rhymes. This is the most hilarious book I’ve EVER read!

5 stars

Reviewed by Nadia from Johnsonville and St Benedict’s School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Billie: Revolting rhymes

Revolting rhymesRevolting rhymes, by Roald Dahl

The rhymes where funny and silly! I especilly liked the one about cinderalla and the one about the three little pigs. now red riding hood has a wolf skin hood and a pig suit case!
I recommend this book to all ages.

4 stars

Reviewed by Billie from Central City and Roseneath School , 8 years old

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

The princess and the pageThe princess and the page, by Christina Farley (1973-)

Kiera is a word-weaver, people with the power to bring stories to life with a magical pen, but doesn’t know it until a near-successful robbery occurs, allowing her to find her grandmothers old word-weaver pen. Kiera and her best friend Bella enter a girls World competition, where you get to write your own fairy-tale, and she writes the end with her pen, and maybe it just might come true…

4 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City and , 9 years old