Kids’ Club Review by Hunter:The adventures of Captain Underpants : an epic novel

The adventures of Captain Underpants : an epic novel, by Dav Pilkey

Captain under pants is really funny because he says cool things which he really does .He says he can save the world and he does . Which he save the world with no wepons he just uses super powers to get the best things ever. He grabs the trophy and he saves the world. You have done it good job captain under pants.

5 stars

Reviewed by Hunter from Miramar and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hunter: Pokémon : classic collector’s handbook : official guide to the first 151 Pokémon

Pokémon : classic collector's handbook : official guide to the first 151 PokémonPokémon : classic collector’s handbook : official guide to the first 151 Pokémon, by

Pokemon is a great book about the best pokemons in the world. The people that are in a row of lines Cher for the Pokemon the Pokemon is about to get very angry with the pokemons. Thay start to atack them. The people run for there life the crowd goes wild . The Pokemon are all right but the only thing that has been a bad is the people are hurt and the school is broken in half and the world is cracked in half so everyone rolls in the hole then that die.colourful pictures and lots of reading. Hunter 7 years old seatoun

4 stars

Reviewed by Hunter from Miramar and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Elyse: When I am happiest

When I am happiestWhen I am happiest, by Rose Lagercrantz

The book is about a girl called Dani. She is happy many times in her life. So she has written a book about her life called My Happy life. This is the second to last day of Dani’s first year of school. Dani’s best friend Ella has moved to out of town but today something bad happens to Dani’s dad that makes Dani’s life go upside down.

I like this book because it is an interesting book and Dani is a friendly girl.
I think it should be good for children who are six year old and above.

5 stars

Reviewed by Elyse from Miramar and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Benedict: Horrid Henry robs the bank

Horrid Henry robs the bankHorrid Henry robs the bank, by Francesca Simon

There were 4 parts to Horrid Henry. There is a different adventure in every part. In chapter 4 Horrid Henry really does rob a bank while playing a game! In 2 of the adventures Horrid Henry wanted a “Hip Hop Robot Dog” so he sold newspapers to get one.
The best part that I liked about the story was when Horrid Henry and his friend were fighting.. They had a lot of fights.
It was a very funny book. The funniest part was when Horrid Henry was writing the newspaper.
I reckon this book would be for boys and girls up to teenagers.

5 stars

Reviewed by Benedict from Miramar and Miramar North School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Benedict: Much ado about Shakespeare

Much ado about Shakespeare : the life and times of William Shakespeare : a literary picture book , by Donovan Bixley

This book told us about the life of Shakespeare who was a really good play writer who became famous. He came from a very big family and also had kids of his own. He grew up at the time of Queen Elizabeth the first.
It had really good illustrations and I liked the pictures the best.
The words were kind of small but they were easy to read.
Kids around my age and anyone who likes history would like this book.

4 stars

Reviewed by Benedict from Miramar and Miramar North School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ethan: The 13-storey treehouse

The 13-storey treehouseThe 13-storey treehouse, by Andy Griffiths

I was given this book in Kaikoura on holiday. I loved it and couldn’t wait to read the rest of the series. I liked the bit when Andy and Terry sat in the lemonade fountain and drank so much lemonade that they burped bubbles and Terry floated away in a bubble.

5 stars

Reviewed by Ethan from Miramar and Worser Bay School , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ethan: Can I eat that?

Can I eat that?Can I eat that?, by Joshua David Stein

I liked this book because I like eating lots of different food. Some of it was easy to read but there were some really hard words as well.

3 stars

Reviewed by Ethan from Miramar and Worser Bay School , 6 years old