Kids’ Club Review by Ethan: Can I eat that?

Can I eat that?Can I eat that?, by Joshua David Stein

I liked this book because I like eating lots of different food. Some of it was easy to read but there were some really hard words as well.

3 stars

Reviewed by Ethan from Miramar and Worser Bay School , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Arav: A curry for Murray

A curry for MurrayA curry for Murray, by Kate Hunter (1967-)

This is a nice picture book about food and being a good neighbour. Molly was a very good cook. When she finds out her next door neighbour Maureen has been taken to hospital, she worries about Murray being on his own and left to fend for himself. She decides to make him a curry. Molly becomes known as the one to help others in the neighborhood out with a special dish. As word spreads, Molly ends up making meals for people from further away.
I really liked this book.

5 stars

Reviewed by Arav from Johnsonville and West Park School , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Arav: Charlie and the chocolate factory

Charlie and the chocolate factoryCharlie and the chocolate factory, by Roald Dahl

Love Love Love the book. I would recommend this book because it tells you about a good story that starts with a poor kid Charlie and turns into a star. This book is about five kids who win a chance to tour Willy Wonka’s mysterious candy-making operation. Every page was so exciting. I really liked the humour and the story had a good ending. I also liked the imaginary world inside Mr. Wonka’s factory. The hero Charlie was rewarded and the nasty spoiled children all got what they deserved. I loved the book and it also made me hungry for chocolates!

3 stars

Reviewed by Arav from Johnsonville and West Park School , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Arav: Charlie and the great glass elevator

Charlie and the great glass elevatorCharlie and the great glass elevator, by Roald Dahl

This book is about an elevator which travels into space, I wish Charlie had more adventures with Mr. Wonka. This one was just as fun as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
I enjoyed all of the characters, each and everyone had something funny to say or do (especially Charlie’s grandparents) and the story out of space just had me laughing the whole time.

4 stars

Reviewed by Arav from Johnsonville and West Park School , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Caitlin: Can I eat that?

Can I eat that?Can I eat that?, by Joshua David Stein

This is a clever book about what you can eat. I like how there are lots of pictures throughout the book. This is a great book for younger readers.

3 stars

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

Kids’ Club Review by Francesca: Can I eat that?

Can I eat that?Can I eat that?, by Joshua David Stein

Can I eat that is a fun easy read, which deserves around of applause for teaching our little ones about what to eat and not.

A funny, easy read….

I read it with my 3 year old cousin and she loved it!!!!

3 stars

Reviewed by Francesca from Kilbirnie and Kelburn Normal School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by violet: Can I eat that?

Can I eat that?Can I eat that?, by Joshua David Stein

This book would be better for little kids because for the storyline. Although the story did not suit me it will definitely suit some body else. But just to point out the pictures were spot on. This book (in my opinion) would be good for a kid inside the ages of two and six.

3 stars

Reviewed by violet from Kilbirnie and Berhampore School , 9 years old