Come on a time travelling adventure!

If you could travel back in time to any point in history, where would you go?

Right back to the Stone age being chased by a saber tooth tiger. Maybe in Ancient Egypt helping build the great pyramids or how about being a Viking sailing on one of their great ships.

What about going the other way – into the future. What do you think our world will be like? Maybe we could be living on Mars!

How do you feel about time travel? Do you think that one day we might be able to travel to any point in time or do you think that’s just weird.

Either way it is fun to read books on time travel and we have heaps of choice for you.








Kids’ Club Review by Alice: Demigods and magicians

Demigods and magiciansDemigods and magicians, by Rick Riordan

This book is a crossover of Percy Jackson and the Kane chronicles. Percy Jackson and Annabeth, Greek demigods team up with Carter and Sadie Kane, Egyptian Magicians to stop a greedy god who is trying to rule the world.There is a lot of action in this book and it kept me reading.

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Kilbirnie and St Patrick’s School , 5 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Annabelle: Nobody likes a goblin

Nobody likes a goblinNobody likes a goblin, by Ben Hatke

Nobody likes a Goblin by Ben Hatke is about a goblin that had his treasure all stolen by thieves. His friend skeleton was also stolen. Goblin tries to go and find skeleton to save him from the thieves.
This is a picture book. I liked this book about the goblin coming and going to get his friend back. He just found skeleton and he ran so fast so they couldn’t get them. I recommend this book to picture book lovers and little children.

5 stars

Reviewed by Annabelle from Newtown and Newtown School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Piper: Oddly Normal

Oddly NormalOddly Normal, by Otis Frampton

The reason why I really like this book is because I like comics.
I like colour and animation thats why I gave this book 5 stars.
.p.s.I rely want to read the next book!

5 stars

Reviewed by Piper from Miramar and Amesbury School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Caitlin: Hildafolk

Hildafolk, by Luke Pearson

This is a great comic strip about a girl looking for adventure. It is a funny book, with great illustrations and speech bubbles to show what characters are thinking/saying. I would recommend this book ages 6+

4 stars

Reviewed by Caitlin from Island Bay and St Francis De Sales School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Brianna: Angels next door

Angels next doorAngels next door, by Karen McCombie

When Riley’s best friend moves away, she’s forced to try to fend on her own. Luckily the Angelo sisters swoop in. There are a lot of strange coincidences which make Riley suspicious. And what’s with all that glitter?

4 stars

Reviewed by Brianna from Island Bay and St Francis De Sales School , 9 years old