Kids’ Club Review by James: The world’s worst children. 2

The world's worst children. 2The world’s worst children. 2, David Walliams ; illustrated in glorious colour by Tony Ross

My favourite chapter was cruel clarissa because it was funny, and very entertaining. she wishes for a cat for her birthday, but what her parents don’t know is that she absolutely detests them! I recommend this book for ages 6+

5 stars

Reviewed by James from Brooklyn and Ridgway School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by James: Bad dad

Bad dadBad dad, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

I just love this book, very funny! my favourite part is when dad get’s put in prison, and escapes for one night in order to put the money that was stolen back in the bank!
I recommend this book for ages 7+

5 stars

Reviewed by James from Brooklyn and Ridgway School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by James: The world’s worst teachers

The world's worst teachersThe world’s worst teachers, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

I think that this book is very funny. I highly recommend it for age 6+
my favourite story is mrs seethes detention rampage! it is my favourite because she has been waiting to become head teacher, but is not! she ends up putting everyone in detention, including the teachers, and herself!

5 stars

Reviewed by James from Brooklyn and Ridgway School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by James: Fing

FingFing, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

I think that this book is very funny, and I recommend it for people aged 7+
My favourite part was when myrtle threw her lunch at her parents! I also like when mr meek goes into the jungle to find a fing!

4 stars

Reviewed by James from Brooklyn and Ridgway School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by edgar: Max & the Midknights

Max & the MidknightsMax & the Midknights, Lincoln Peirce

I love this book so much because I like how it`s set in the middle ages and how they go on so many adventures. I also like how Millie,Simon, Kevyn and Max always help each other out. 😀

-Edgar watson

5 stars

Reviewed by edgar from Miramar and Seatoun School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Isabel: Wonder

WonderWonder, R.J. Palacio

I really loved wonder. I feel so sorry for august. I think this was a true story made into a fiction one and if it is a true story the guy who was august must of had a really hard life. I pretty much cried when daisy died. I was seriously mad at jack for pretending to be Augusts friend. the only nice person in the world to him was summer, via his mum and his dad. If you pay lots of attention to a book like I do it could make you cry, want to punch someone in the face, feel so happy you could do a cartwheel or sadly it could nearly make you puke. when I read wonder I practically cried when reading how hard life is for August and felt and really, REALLY wanted to punch jack not just in the face but every little spot on his body. you think what I just said is intense but if you pour your heart and soul into reading the book properly you will feel what I felt. I feel that wonder is a really good book and R.J palacio is a really good writer and should make a wonder 2.
yours sincerely: Isabel the great. 🍌🍓🍑🍏🍉🍋🍍🍏🍈

5 stars

Reviewed by Isabel from Khandallah and Ngaio School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Isabel: Fing

FingFing, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

it was SO funny. it had these bits on nearly every page were there was a line and then some words like: that was an evil laugh. there was one that was hilarious and I think it went like this. man: doctor! doctor! I think I have broken my bottom! doctor: oh dear, we will have to put in a cast. man: what if I need to go toilet? doctor: then you will have to hold it in. I realized that it is not possible to break your butt because you butt is just one big muscle anyway I found that if you put it on an angle you can sort of see that the story could be about karma because myrtle the little girl was all like, I want this I want that, and she hit her parents and stuff and then and the end of the story, BOOM! gets turned into some sort of mud monster. and she is so mean she puts her dad into all that trouble and finds there is one at the pet store! calling myrtle a mean girl is an understatement she is a criminal mastermind with cute pink shoes and pigtails! that is the end of my amazing book report.
signed: Isabel the great.

4 stars

Reviewed by Isabel from Khandallah and Ngaio School , 8 years old