Kids’ Club Review by Hannah: Alice-Miranda in China

Alice-Miranda in ChinaAlice-Miranda in China, Jacqueline Harvey

This book was amazing. Alice-Miranda is a character to be loved. It’s set in China. Alice-Miranda’s school is going on a student exchange. This book takes many twists and turns and there will be a plot-twist when you least expect it.
I recommend this book for ages 8 and up. You can also learn a little bit of Mandarin along the way! It’s a bit of a longer book but don’t worry, it’s really interesting!

5 stars

Reviewed by Hannah from Cummings Park and , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alice: The mane guide to My little pony.

The mane guide to My little pony.The mane guide to My little pony.,

It was really good and sparkly. My favourite pony is pinkie pie and rainbow 🌈 dash. This book is called the mane guide to my little Pony. The book is about the different ponies and a little story about them. Pinkie Pie’s cutie mark is one yellow balloon and two blue balloons. Rainbow Dash’s cutie mark is a rainbow shaped like a lightening bolt and a little white cloud. This book is really good if your friend is having a pony themed birthday and is good for 3 year old or above and if they can’t read, their parents can read it to them.

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Cummings Park and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alice: The bully buster

The bully busterThe bully buster, by Sally Rippin ; illustrated by Aki Fukuoka

🏫 A bully at Billie ‘s school kicked Billie’s new soccer ball into the peppercorn tree and his name is Jason. He also ran into Billie while she was carrying her elephant bottom shaped teapot! The next lunchtime Jack, Billie and Rebecca sit on the top of the monkey bars to make sure Jason doesn’t come near them and then Billie says why was he even by our side of the playground. You should read this book if you like reading chapter books. I also liked how Billie tried to be a good friend to all. 😍

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Cummings Park and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alice: Fantastic eats! & how to cook them

Fantastic eats! & how to cook themFantastic eats! & how to cook them, Angellica Bell ; photography by Ellis Parrinder

This book is called fantastic eats & how to cook them! I am going to tell you the ones I love the most. They are all in the sweet bit. The Apple Rose Tarts and the Cherry Bakewell Tartlets. The Icy Watermelon Lollies and the Strawberry and Lime Pots. The Monster Crispy Treats and the colour I want them to be is blue. I also like the look of the Orange Butterfly Cakes and the Rainbow Skewers. You should get this book out of the library and make some of the recipes. I will be able to make the monster crispy treats if my mum or dad buys the stuff we will need.

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Cummings Park and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hannah: Good night stories for rebel girls. 2

Good night stories for rebel girls. 2Good night stories for rebel girls. 2, Francesca Cavallo and Elena Favilli

This book was really inspirational. For each person there is a portrait of them, and then a page-long story about who they are and what they did. The woman in there are from all over the globe and from all walks of life.
My favourite girl in this book is Florence Chadwick, the first woman to swim across the English Channel. I would recommend this book for ages 7 and up.

5 stars

Reviewed by Hannah from Cummings Park and , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alice: The second-best friend

The second-best friendThe second-best friend, by Sally Rippin ; illustrated by Aki Fukuoka

Billie brings in her six sparkly pens which Jack gave her for her birthday. Rebecca wants to be Billie new best friend. But Jack is Billie best friend. Now Rebecca wants to be Billie’s new friend. This afternoon Rebecca asked Billie if she wanted to come over for a play date. Billie asked if she meant today. Every single Billie B Brown book is good for 6, 7 and 8 year olds. Billie finds a way to be kind to everyone.

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Cummings Park and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Luis: the adventures of ook and gluk kung-fu cave men from the future

The adventures of Ook and Gluk, kung-fu cavemen from the future / Pilkey, Dav

this is a story about ook and gluk. the are brothes and there was one sister.there was this bad guy and he is a cheif he is called goppernoper. goppernoper live in the cave man place. there was this teleporter that also had goppernoper there both for differnt year. they ruled all places. well ook and gluk went to a kung fu traing center for 7 years and they defeted the bad people with there kung fu the end

5 stars

Reviewed by Luis from Tawa and , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hannah: Fantastic eats! & how to cook them

Fantastic eats! & how to cook themFantastic eats! & how to cook them, Angellica Bell ; photography by Ellis Parrinder

This is an excellent cooking book. It has step by step instructions which make following the recipes really easy. The recipes are delicious and are good for everyone. It has a range of recipes from around the world, and there are vegetarian recipes as well. The recipe that I liked the most was the BBQ chicken. I was able to make it all by myself!
I recommend this book for 7 year olds and older.

5 stars

Reviewed by Hannah from Cummings Park and , 9 years old