Top 10 Childrens Fiction October 2017

The latest adventures from Jeff Kinney and Liz Pichon are on the shelves.  Jeff Kinney has the Heffleys escaping the holiday stress for their own special kind of fun in the twelfth Diary of a Wimpy Kid book.

The latest Tom Gates book release saw author Liz Pichon travelling around London in a Taxi covered in Fur!  They were handing out free copies of the book Family, Friends and Furry Creatures.  Want to read a copy for free?  You can! head down to your library and reserve your copy now (it’s really popular!).

  1. Diary of a wimpy kid series, by Jeff Kinney
  2. Tom Gates series, by Liz Pichon
  3. Story Treehouse series, by Andy Griffiths
  4. Just series, by Andy Griffiths
  5. Where’s Wally? by Martin Handford
  6. The Secret Seven, by Enid Blyton
  7. Matilda, by Roald Dahl
  8. The enormous crocodile, by Roald Dahl
  9. The bad book, by Andy Griffiths
  10. Gangsta granny, by David Walliams

Kids’ Club Review by Lucy: A year without Autumn

A year without AutumnA year without Autumn, by Liz Kessler

This book is a really great book! It’s about a girl named Jenni and her best friend Autumn. Every year, both girls families stay at the same holiday place for their vacation. But when Jenni goes into an old broken down elevator and finds it works, she is transported exactly 1 year in the future. A year that she has been a part of but cannot remember. Her hair is shorter, her baby sister has been born, but most shocking of all, something awful has happened in Autumns family. This story is about friendship and how a close bond between Jenni and Autumn can go astray after 1 event. It is quite an emotional book but I loved it! Definitely a good read for all ages!!!!!

5 stars

Reviewed by Lucy from Cummings Park and , 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Pranaya: The secret message

The secret message, by Sally Rippin

I think this book is very interesting because i think Sally Rippin has put a lot of detail in it.

5 stars

Reviewed by Pranaya from Central City and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Holly: Are we there yet?

Are we there yet?Are we there yet?, by Enid Blyton

At the start I wasn’t so sure about this book, but then as I read on, it got more and more likeable and enjoyable by every page! I love these, “series” books, because then you don’t have to go and get five different books out from the library if you want to read the whole series, instead you can just keep reading on to the next book when you’ve finished the first one. I’ve got a whole pile of Enid’s books at home to read and I can’t wait to get started on them!

Holly

5 stars

Reviewed by Holly from Khandallah and , 10 years old