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 Barnaby: Word of mouse

Word of mouse / James Patterson

Great!! It was about a blue mouse called Isaiah that was used to do experiments on, with his family. But one day all 97 of him and his family escape. Unfortunately, everyone except Isaiah is recaptured. Will he be able to survive on his own?

5 stars

Reviewed by Barnaby from Kilbirnie and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Barnaby: The helmet hold up

The helmet hold up, by Geronimo Stilton

Quite good, but a very short book. It was about Sven the shouter’s helmet (number 48 in his collection) getting stolen by the vile kings (another tribe). Thora, Geronimo, Trap and Olaf the fearless are sent to get it but something is waiting along the road….

4 stars

Reviewed by Barnaby from Kilbirnie, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Abi: Once

Once, by Morris Gleitzman

 

This story is about Felix. He lives in a orphanage. The Nazis come over one day and start burning Jewish books. What will Felix do? find out by reading Once.

5 stars

Reviewed by Abi from Kilbirnie, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Abi: Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief

Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, by Rick Riordan

 

It all started when monsters started attacking him from all sides, he was accused of stealing Zeus’s master bolt from Olympus. What was he going to do? find out by reading Percy Jackson and the Olympians The lightning Thief.

5 stars

Reviewed by Abi from Kilbirnie, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Isabelle: Ruby Redfort : look into my eyes

Ruby Redfort : look into my eyesRuby Redfort : look into my eyes, by Lauren Child

ruby redfort is really really REALLY smart. it was interesting to read (I have read it like six times) and you never get tired of it and you learn some cool stuff from it. I think this is the best book out of the others because you meet new people a lot, in the other books you know almost everyone and it’s just the tinyest bit more boring. I also like her because she has got this friend clancy crew who is nerdy but not smart and he doesn’t have glasses he’s kind of dumb actually.

5 stars

Reviewed by Isabelle from Kilbirnie, 10 years old