Kids’ Club Review by Anna: George’s marvellous medicine

George's marvellous medicineGeorge’s marvellous medicine, by Roald Dahl

Pretty good. This was my least favourite Roald Dahl book and yet I still loved it. Kids, don’t try this at home! I’m a big Roald Dahl fan. He seems to search you and find all your favourite jokes, animals, scenes, etc, and then writes them into his books. Well, he did. Let’s just take a moment to commemorate how fabulous he and his books were and how sad his death was. Other Roald Dahl books you may want to read (not from the summer reading challenge booklist) are: The Giraffe, The Pelly and Me, Danny the Champion Of The World, and the two Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Books.

4 stars

Reviewed by Anna from Miramar and Miramar Central School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alex: George’s marvellous medicine

George's marvellous medicineGeorge’s marvellous medicine, by Roald Dahl

This book written by Roald Dahl is full of humour, mischief and magic.
George is a smart boy with a very un-smart and grumpy Grandma and he decides to teach her a lesson. From the bathroom he mixes toothpaste, shaving cream and deodorant. He adds perfume, floor polish and flea powder among other things to make Georges Marvelous Medicine. What will it do to Grandma? You have to read to find out…but whatever you do, don’t try to make his medicine at home!

4 stars

Reviewed by Alex from Khandallah and Khandallah School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Billie: Harry Potter and the cursed child

Harry Potter and the cursed childHarry Potter and the cursed child, by Jack Thorne

I thought this book was exciting and thrilling! My favourite bit is when Harry disguises himself as lord Voldermort and tries to fool Delphine into believing that he was the real lord Voldermort. I also like how Jk Rowling tries to trick you into believing that Delphine is good.
Thank you for writing this book Jk Rowling. if you have not read this book then get cracking at it!

5 stars

Reviewed by Billie from Central City and Roseneath School , 8 years old