Kids’ Club Review by Francesca: A river

A river, by Marc Martin

Lovely illustrations! I enjoy art. I need a book with more words but easy to read nice picture book.

3 stars

Reviewed by Francesca from Khandallah and Cashmere Avenue School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tuhina: Top of the class

Top of the classTop of the class, by Liz Pichon

Tom Gates Top of the Class, by Liz Pichon

Tom Gates is now top of the class, well almost. He is in the top three for being a student councillor and the stupid Marcus Meldrew is so jealous. Bully Buster has done graffiti all over the teachers photos and the caretaker is suspicious that it is Tom.
Since Tom failed his test catch up classes have started so that means no band practice and Bully Buster is stuck next to him. He tells Tom really funny names for the teachers. Can Tom keep it to himself? What things would he have to face?
. I recommend this book for and gender and 8+. If you are the kind of kid who likes a bit of inappropriate humor this book is for you.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tuhina from Khandallah and Cashmere Avenue School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tuhina: Yes! No. (Maybe…)

Yes! No. (Maybe...)Yes! No. (Maybe…), by Liz Pichon

Tom Gates Yes No Maybe, by Liz Pichon

Tom has been assigned a job to clear the house and has entered a competition for a T-shirt design logo for Dude3. Tom thinks it’s so unfair that Delia doesn’t have to give anything for the boot sale and he has to sacrifice all his comics.
A priceless antique is mistakenly sold for one pound and Tom’s Mum has bought earrings for her special cat brooch. Don’t forget Tom’s Mum’s birthday is in one week. Can the Fossils save the day again? Or does he have to reveal the truth.
I recommend this book to any gender and 8+.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tuhina from Khandallah and Cashmere Avenue School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Finn: Percy Jackson and the Olympians. The lightning thief ; The sea of monsters ; The titan’s curse

Percy Jackson and the Olympians. The lightning thief ; The sea of monsters ; The titan’s curse, by Rick Riordan

I loved the book, it was great! The book is about a boy called Percy, who battles awesome greek monsters like Minators, dragons, and so on. He goes on adventures with his friends Annebeth, Grover and Tyson. He meets Grover and Annebeth at camp half-blood, it is a huge camp. Percy Jackson is the son of Poesedon, who is the god of the water. Percy can breathe under water. Annebeth is the daughter of Athena, and Grover is not human. Grovers legs and below are goat legs, but he has fake human feet so people think he is human.

The reasons above are why I rate the book 5 stars and 7 up the book is 100% awesome!! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did 🙂

5 stars

Reviewed by Finn from Khandallah and Cashmere Avenue School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Michael: Christmas wombat

Christmas wombatChristmas wombat, by Jackie French

I like this book beacause I have the other book. it’s funny and the wombat thinks the chimney is a wombat hole. He finds a lot more carrots and doesn’t realise they are for the reindeer.

3 stars

Reviewed by Michael from Khandallah and Amesbury School , 5 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Finn: Percy Jackson and the sea of monsters

Percy Jackson and the sea of monstersPercy Jackson and the sea of monsters, by Rick Riordan

its AWSOME
I loved it. It’s all about a boy called Percy who gets kicked out of schools and he vaporizes his pre-algebra teacher, which is pretty funny. It has a lot of humour. One funny but rude part is when he lives with a smelly boy friend who likes his mum and he wishes he could kick him up the soft part(ha ha ha). Percy goes on Epic quests while he is at camp half blood (oh I should have told you he is a half blood). he fights cool monsters like minators and other Greek monsters.
That’s why I rate it 5 STARS but for 8 year olds and over because there are some difficult words ENJOY 🙂 (t is part 2 of a series of stories about Percy. I’ve read book one as well, now for book three!)

5 stars

Reviewed by Finn from Khandallah and Cashmere Avenue School , 8 years old