Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Ever After High : Once Upon a Time

Ever After High : Once Upon a Time, by Shannon Hale

In fact, I thought it was a wonderful book! The author (Shannon Hale) as put a lot of detail in this book by doing a different story. She has changed all of the ever after’s first name but kept the last name. Sometimes, the ever after’s parents don’t have the last name so they add the last name as well as a first name. For example, Cedar Wood’s father is Pinocchio and he doesn’t have the last name so they make Cedar’s last name Wood. There are other people so if you read this book you will find out who they are. Overall, this was a good book but not up to my standard.

4 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Let’s Go Lego at Tawa & Johnsonville Libraries!

Are you looking for something to do after school?  Then come along and have some fun by creating and completing Lego challenges.

Tawa Library have their event on Thursday 9th August  at 3.30pm – 4.30pm.

Johnsonville Library have their event on Friday 10th August at 3.30pm – 4.30pm.

Let’s build – Let’s explore – Let’s create… Let’s Go Lego!!

Games Night at Johnsonville Library!

Join us for a Games Night at Johnsonville Library this Friday 27th July at 5pm.

We have a range of board games to choose from including popular classics like Settler of Catan, Risk or Trivial Pursuit and less common games like Starfluxx, Munchkin or King of Tokyo.

Most games are for ages 8+ though we have a few games for younger children too. You could also bring a game of your own to play with new people.

Games Night starts at 5pm but you are welcome to arrive late, you might just need to wait a little before you can join in the next round.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there.

Kids’ Club Review by Tra An: Princess Cora and the crocodile

Princess Cora and the crocodile, by Laura Amy Schlitz

 

Characters:
Princess Cora: I like her the best because she’s brave and hopeful.
Queen: Smart and bossy
King: Athletical
Nanny: she likes everything to be neat and is also bossy.
Crocodile: Playful and not good at sport.

Plot: Princess Cora didn’t like having 3 barth per day reading law books and skip. oNE DAY she wanted a dog but her parents & nanny didn’t let her have one. She asked her fairy godmother but instead got a crocodile. Princess Cora wanted a day of so the crocodile pretended to be her, and princess got to do whatever she wanted to do. Everything went terrible and princess cora had to explain. Then she said she didn’t want to go back to her old life, and after she confessed that she only wanted 2 barth per day sometimes read nonfiction or fiction and skip now and then.

My opinion: I think this book is fun to read exciting adventures and cool. This book describe the Characters really well.

I would Recommend this book to: 7 year olds or older and people who like princess or crocodiles.

5 stars

Reviewed by Tra An from Johnsonville , 9 years old

Chinese Storytime at Johnsonville Library

Come and join us for a fun and interactive Mandarin Storytime with Chinese stories, songs and rhymes.

Children and care-givers who speak Mandarin, or use Mandarin as a second language will love these sessions.

Our next Chinese Storytime will be held at Johnsonville Library on:

Friday 20th July at 10.30am and will continue on the third Friday of each month.

This is a free event aimed for pre-schoolers through to 10 years but all are welcome

Session will run for 30 minutes.

欢迎加入Johnsonville 图书馆中文故事,儿歌活动

时间是每个月的第三个星期五上午10.30-11 点 地点是约翰逊图书馆 电话04-4776151

Kids’ Club Review by Avin: Dork Diaries: Dear Dork

Dork Diaries: Dear Dork, by Rachel Renee Russell

Another amazing book of the Dork Diary series. It’s funny since I haven’t read the books in order so sometimes I get really confused. I totally recommend reading the series! If you like having a good laugh then this is the perfect book for you!

4 stars

Reviewed by Avin from Johnsonville, 11 years old