Kids’ Club Review by Ethan: Middle school, the worst years of my life

Middle school, the worst years of my lifeMiddle school, the worst years of my life, James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts ; illustrated by Laura Park

During the holidays, I have been reading Middle School: The Worst Years of my Life. It is about this boy who has been bad his whole life and has been expelled from lots of schools. Now he has one last chance to prove himself, or he will be sent off to Military School. I have enjoyed reading it at night. The character I have enjoyed the most is the principal. Because it has taught me a lot about how middle school’s (Year 6-8) are in the USA. The movie is quite good too, but I would prefer the book.

Thanks For Reading
Ethan K

4 stars

Reviewed by Ethan from Brooklyn, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nora: Thea Stilton and the great tulip heist

Thea Stilton and the great tulip heistThea Stilton and the great tulip heist, by Thea Stilton

I like this book because the Thea sisters keep on having to face challenges and in the middle of the story there is a problem they have to solve. My favourite part is when the Thea sisters and Jan have to figure out what the Black Tulip is and where the precious tulip bulb that Jan’s father made is hidden. I gave this book 4 stars because at the end of the second chapter there is a sudden mystery and I like books with mysteries and adventures.

4 stars

Reviewed by Nora from Tawa and , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nora: Isla Waddlewing breaks the ice

Isla Waddlewing breaks the iceIsla Waddlewing breaks the ice, Daisy Meadows

I like this book because it has three different stories with different problems. My favourite part is when Lily,Jess, Goldie and Isla save the Ice show and spoil the wicked plans of Grizelda.. I gave this book 4 stars because the girls, Goldie and their penguin friend Isla save the day with the help of three other families and turn the mean enchanted snowmen nice and friendly. Also because it was very fun to read.

4 stars

Reviewed by Nora from Tawa, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Rooftoppers

RooftoppersRooftoppers, Katherine Rundell

This book hooked me into an extremely exciting as well as thoughtful story. I really enjoyed reading this fascinating adventure about a curious girl called Sophie and her guardian (the person who found her floating in a cello case in the middle of the English Channel), Charles. A very grumpy woman and perfectionist called Miss Eliot says that ‘trousers are for boys, not girls’. There are so many comments you can tell Miss Eliot about that comment. But, when Charles receives a letter from Miss Eliot’s brother about a single man raising a young lady who is not at all related to him, is absolutely unsuitable, they both run away to Paris, France. Where lies unleash and a proper adventure begins. Read this book to find out more about this exciting adventure!

5 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 8 years old