Kids’ Club Review by George: Boy : tales of childhood

Boy : tales of childhood , by Roald Dahl

This book is amazing. It is about tales of Roald Dahls childhood; a mouse plot, the cane, goat tobacco, life at Repton school and all sorts of other wonderful things. The mouse plot where a mouse was placed into a jar in the sweet shop with terrible consequences. And goat tobacco, you’ll have to read the book to find out… I would recomend this book to 6 year olds and up.

Reviewed by George, from Island Bay, 9 years old

 

Kids’ Club Review by George: Artemis Fowl: The Artic Incident

Artemis Fowl and the Arctic incident , by Eoin Colfer

This is a fantastic book. Artemis Fowl, a 13 year old, with the help of butler his manservant, L.E.P recon officers, comander Root and Holly, is trying to rescue Artemis senior, Artemis’s father. He has been captured and held to ransom. Can they get there before its too late? This book is an action packed book. I would recommend this book to people who are over 8 and like extreme adventures.

5 stars

Reviewed by George from Island Bay and Island Bay School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Olliver: Sleeper and the spindle

Sleeper and the spindle by, Neil Gaiman

Sleeper and the spindle is completely different to sleeping beauty great book though definitely an older kids book. My favorite character is the dwarfs because there dwarfs.nearly every one stood still 

3 stars

Reviewed by Olliver from Island Bay and Amesbury School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Olliver: Reckless

Reckless, by Cornelia Funke

Reckless is an amazing book and very sudden. Jacob is going thru world to world looking for his father,I Hillel recommend it for older kids 12- 17.

4 stars

Reviewed by Olliver from Island Bay and Owhiro Bay School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Olliver: The League of Seven

The League of Seven, by Alan Gratz

the league of Severn is very extraordinary. Archie is beast. he is defiantly my favorite.

Archie dad and parents have been taken by the Mangle born so he and his friends need to save them. Read it I dear you.

4 stars

Reviewed by Olliver from Island Bay and Amesbury School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by ollie: Maximum security

Maximum securityMaximum security, by Robert Muchamore

Maximum security is a great book, recommended for older kids 10-13.
Cherub is a secret society that kids are involved in and James is one of them. He has to escape the desert prison of Arizona. He does this with excitement and skill.I want to read the rest of the series.

4 stars

Reviewed by ollie from Island Bay and Owhiro Bay School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ollie: No safe harbour

No safe harbourNo safe harbour, by David Hill (1942-)

No safe harbour is a story based on the true event of the Wahine disaster.
The main characters are Stuart and his twin sister Sandra. The captain sailed in to the harbour 201 times in the past and the 201st time was the time that disaster struck during a horrific storm that hit Wellington. The 15 year old twins were sailing back from Christchurch . They fought, like twins can do – but when it came to survival they stuck together. It was amazing story of how strangers and family support each other. READ IT.

5 stars

Reviewed by Ollie from Island Bay and Owhiro Bay School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Caitlin: ANZAC heroes

ANZAC heroes, by Maria Gill

This was a good picture book about Anzac. There were pictures throughout the book, (some okay to look at others not so much) but the pictures did suit the story and it had a good meaning to it. I would rate this book ages 6+

3 stars

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