Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Winnie the Bold

Syndetics book coverWinnie the Bold! by Laura Owen and Korky Paul.

I liked this book and how it had four stories in one. Each story is unique and was engaging. My favorite story was ‘Winnie goes camping’. In this story Winnie and Wilbur go camping when some rain, hunger and a goat come and wreck their trip. Want to see what the other stories are about? Read the book!

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Barnaby: The dragon of fortune: an epic kingdom of fantasy adventure

Syndetics book coverThe dragon of fortune : an epic Kingdom of Fantasy adventure by Geronimo Stilton 

Good, but the author went off topic lots. For example, there were heaps of labelled diagrams in it which interrupted the story and not enough words. It was about a person named Geronimo Stilton trying to get a ring back from a witch named Wither with the help of a few friends (named Wolfy, Mel, the Magicarium, Lightbright and Ranger). There were lots of challenges along the way.

3 stars

Reviewed by Barnaby from Kilbirnie, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Keya: A wonderlandiful world

A wonderlandiful world, by Shannon Hale

Ever After High is a school for the sons and daughters of the stars of fairy tales.

But when Raven Queen (daughter of the Evil Queen from Snow White) came along and refused to agree with her destiny, things became very confusing indeed. Now not even Apple White, daughter of Snow White’s destiny is uncertain.

And now some mysterious magic threatens to rid Ever After high of it’s wonder. Can Lizzie Hearts, princess of Wonderland, Maddie Hatter, heir to the Mad Hatter’s tea shoppe and Haberdashery, Cedar Wood, a puppet like Pinocchio and Kitty Cheshire, daughter of the Cheshire cat, save Ever After before it’s too late?

5 stars

Reviewed by Keya from Central City, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nadia: Anne of Green Gables

Syndetics book coverAnne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery 

This book is one of the most exciting books I have ever read! Admittingly, the start is a little slow, but when I really got into it, I couldn’t put the book down!

It starts off when Anne arrives at Green Gables, not knowing what adventures she’ll have there…

I would recommend this book to readers about 7-11 years old.

3 stars

Reviewed by Nadia from Johnsonville, 10 years old