Kids’ Club Review by Mikayla: Drama

DramaDrama, by Raina Telgemeier

This book is about a girl named Callie who is in middle school. In this book there is romance, fights and craziness. I would recommend this book to people aged 8-15.

5 stars

Reviewed by Mikayla from Tawa and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Mikayla: Sunny side up

Sunny side upSunny side up, by Jennifer L Holm

This book is about a girl named Sunny when she sees and stays with her grandad in Florida. She meets a boy and they make friends a long the way. they help everyone out and have fun. I would recommend this book to 7-13 year old people.

4 stars

Reviewed by Mikayla from Tawa and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Mikayla: Smile

SmileSmile, by Raina Telgemeier

This book has humor, surprise and pain but it has good drawings. You can see her life from friends to frenemies to dental things. This book I would recommend this book to teenagers.

5 stars

Reviewed by Mikayla from Tawa and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Lily: Sisters

SistersSisters, by Raina Telgemeier

I thought that this was a wonderful book. After reading this,I figured out this was about her!!!

I think this is more of a book for teens, but I enjoyed it as well.

5 stars

Reviewed by Lily from Tawa and , 9 years old

Some fun new fiction for you to try out!!!

Image courtesy of SyndeticsHappy Bethday by Knife & Packer

So I’m being chased through the park by a pack of angry zombies, I’ve got cake mix on my face and MY MOST EMBARRASSING PHOTO EVER IS IN THE SCHOOL MAGAZINE! Beth Orsen is back for her third hilarious adventure. And with a zombie party, Granny’s baking contest and Beth’s baby photos accidentally being printed in the school magazine, life is about to get messy again!

Image courtesy of SyndeticsPodkin One Ear by Kieran Larwood

A thick white blanket covers the wide slopes of the band of hills known as the Razorback Downs. Podkin One-Ear is a legend: a fearsome warrior rabbit whose reputation for cunning and triumph in battle has travelled the ages. When a travelling bard arrives at Thornwood Warren on Midwinter night, he is warmly welcomed. In return for food and lodging, he settles down to tell the tale of Podkin One-Ear – and soon the rabbits are enthralled to hear the story of how one lost little rabbit overcame the cruellest enemy imaginable, and became the greatest warrior their land has ever known.

Image courtesy of SyndeticsWelcome to Nowhere by Elizabeth Laird

Twelve-year-old Omar and his brothers and sister were born and raised in the beautiful and bustling city of Bosra, Syria. Omar doesn’t care about politics – all he wants is to grow up to become a successful businessman who will take the world by storm. But when his clever older brother, Musa, gets mixed up with some young political activists, everything changes. Before long, bombs are falling, people are dying, and Omar and his family have no choice but to flee their home with only what they can carry. But no matter how far they run, the shadow of war follows them – until they have no choice but to attempt the dangerous journey to escape their homeland altogether. But where do you go, when you cannot go home?

Image courtesy of SyndeticsWhat not to do if you turn Invisible by Ross Welford

Turning invisible at will: it’s one way of curing your acne. But far more drastic than 13 year-old Ethel Leatherhead intended when she tried a combination of untested medicines and a sunbed. It’s fun at first, being invisible. And aided by her friend Boydy, she manages to keep her extraordinary ability secret. Or does she…? When one day the invisibility fails to wear off, Ethel is thrown into a nightmare of lies and deception as she struggles to keep herself safe, to find the remedy that will make her seen again – and solve the mystery of her own birth…

Image courtesy of SyndeticsAn Elephant in the Garden by Michael Morpurgo

It’s 1944. Elizabeth and Karli live in Dresden where their mother works at the zoo. When the zoo director announces that the dangerous animals must be shot to prevent them running amok if the town is bombed, the childrens’ mother moves a young elephant into the back garden to save her. Then the allied bombs begin to fall and the whole family, elephant included, must flee the city.

 

Kids’ Club Review by Danielle: The Midnight Gang

The Midnight GangThe Midnight Gang, by David Walliams (1971-)

This is a very funny and happy read. It is all about children in a hospital and what they get up to when the lights are out! Life can be boring in the hospital and they manage to make an amazing team using all their abilities. If you need cheering up, then this is the book for you.

4 stars

Reviewed by Danielle from Tawa and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Maisy goes to the movies

Maisy goes to the moviesMaisy goes to the movies, by Lucy Cousins

I liked this book because the pictures are really bright and colourful. This story is about how Maisy goes to the movie with its friends. I really liked the end because they dont know what to watch and the elephant says we can watch it again. Whats your favorite part?……

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 10 years old