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