Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Ever After High: Kiss and Spell

Ever After High: Kiss and Spell, by Suzanne Selfors

This was an awesome book. I decided to take this book out because I really liked Shannon Hale’s Ever After High’s books. I think Shannon Hale and Suzanne Selfors did a collaboration because they both have written Ever After High books so…. maybe they planned who should write which? Anyways, in this book is all about daughter of the Candy Witch (Ginger Breadhouse) She had a hard time growing up because in her kindergarten, her mum signed up for snack duty and she bought these yellow cookies with smiley faces on them and the teacher (Sister Goose) recognized that she was the Candy Witch, not Ms. Breadhouse (The name she introduced herself). From that day on, nobody invited her to birthday parties and requests for playdates stopped. She became lonely at recess and lunch. From reading this book, I felt quite sad for Ginger. Overall, I loved this book and I will be reserving many more.

4 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Ever After High : Once Upon a Time

Ever After High : Once Upon a Time, by Shannon Hale

In fact, I thought it was a wonderful book! The author (Shannon Hale) as put a lot of detail in this book by doing a different story. She has changed all of the ever after’s first name but kept the last name. Sometimes, the ever after’s parents don’t have the last name so they add the last name as well as a first name. For example, Cedar Wood’s father is Pinocchio and he doesn’t have the last name so they make Cedar’s last name Wood. There are other people so if you read this book you will find out who they are. Overall, this was a good book but not up to my standard.

4 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by jennifer: The looking glass girl

The looking glass girl, by Cathy Cassidy (1962-)

This book was just really amazing its sad when Yaz and Lainy dich Alice and make friends with Erin and Savvy it nice when Luca kisses Alice on the tire swing at Savvy’s sleepover and I like how Lainy who was being really mean to Alice was with her when Alice came back from wonder land

5 stars

Reviewed by jennifer from Brooklyn, 10 years old

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