Kids’ Club Review by Gabriel: Deadly diseases

Deadly diseasesDeadly diseases, by Nick Arnold

This is a really funny book there are lots of weird diseases from diarrhea to cholera. this is a really funny book you should read it.I love this book.It is science with the squishy bits in it.

5 stars

Reviewed by Gabriel from Tawa, 8 years old

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

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

It was a marvellous book that s why it’s called ‘George’s marvellous medicine!’.
I like how he get’s into trouble – well that’s what you think, but it always turns out fine. I definitely like the ingredients that he uses for his grandma’s taste of medicine.

3 stars

Reviewed by Fionuala  from Island Bay and St Francis De Sales School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Helena: George’s marvelllous medicine

George’s marvelllous medicine, by Roald Dahl

Georges granny is horrible and mean. Until George gets the better of her with his marvellous medicine. I like row those books because he squeezes every single detail I can arm I can picture every single image and I have and that’s what I like about his books. Also his books are adventurous . I think David Walliams now has a bit of competition.

4 stars

Reviewed by Helena from Miramar and Holy Cross School , 9 years old

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

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

George’s Marvellous Medicine, By Roald Dahl, is a perfect book for younger children. It is about a granny and a young boy. The boy, named George, hated his Grandma a lot. Because he disliked his Grandma, he made a medicine that his Grandma wouldn’t want. The medicine made his Grandma go up to the roof. George also experimented on the farm animals, testing his marvellous medicine on them too. Overall, I would recommend this book because it is funny, great, interesting, and actually quite hilarious to read. The book made me feel excited about reading and I wanted to read right to the end. George’s marvellous medicine taught me a lot about being mean to people, including your Grandma, and how that is wrong because you should always respect your elders.

By Macy – (6)

5 stars

Reviewed by Macy from Khandallah and Khandallah School , 6 years old

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

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

This is another marvellous book by Roald Dahl if you like reading Matilda, Charlie and the chocolate factory and the treehouse books you will most definately like this one. The best bit is making the medicine but I was also really interested to read what happened when she took the medicine. You must read this book!

5 stars

Reviewed by Rosie from Island Bay and Houghton Valley School , 8 years old

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

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

This book is about a boy named George who hates his grandmother. When it is time for him to give his grandmother her medicine, he decides to make his own medicine. What will happen? I loved this book as it is funny and well written. Everyone should read this book.

5 stars

Reviewed by Anna from Karori and Karori Normal School , 8 years old