Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Winnie the Bold

Syndetics book coverWinnie the Bold! by Laura Owen and Korky Paul.

I liked this book and how it had four stories in one. Each story is unique and was engaging. My favorite story was ‘Winnie goes camping’. In this story Winnie and Wilbur go camping when some rain, hunger and a goat come and wreck their trip. Want to see what the other stories are about? Read the book!

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Billionaire Boy

Billionaire Boy, by David Walliams

This book was great and filled with excitment. This story was about Joe Spud who is the son of a billionaire father, making a business with loo rolls.
Joe has everything he ever wanted, Except a friend.
Joe feels ashamed to tell people how he got rich , I mean, who would want to tell anyone how they got rich if their toilet roll company was called FRESHBUM.
he got bullied in his previous “POSH” school which was because of this. So Joe decided to move to school where ordinary children go. Over there he meets a friend.
But can all stay the same when MONEY is involved?

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown, 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Spooky Winnie

Spooky Winnie, by Laura Owen and Korky Paul

I liked this book quite a lot. In this book are 4 different stories. One of the stories I personaly liked was called ‘Spooky Winnie’. it is when Winnie the Witch and Wilbur the Cat, get invited to a haloween party. Winnie makes a disgusting dish to take with her. She also made a bat bunting decoration. Do you want to know what her outfit was for the party? Do you want to know what the ther stories were about? Read the book.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown, 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: The giant jam sandwich

The giant jam sandwich, by John Vernon Lord and Janet Burroway

 

It was a very creative and hooking book. ATTACK! wasps, scary, fat, wasps. How could we trap them? Is there a way? Maybe there is . ……. Maybe something with jam and a sandwich…….. Who Knows???????……….

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown, 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: When a monster is born

When a monster is born, by Sean Taylor and Nick Sharratt

 

I liked this book because it was interesting and the illustrations were very colourful. This story is about if a monster is born, It could either be a take it to school monster or a under your bed monster, and so on and so forth. I recommend this book for early beginners or for people who just enjoy short stories.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown, 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Bunny’s book club

Bunny’s book club, by Annie Silvestro

I thought that this book was awesome!! I really liked the illustrations. In this story, Bunny loves books. One day he discovers the library. Then he finds a way to get in. But oh no! He gets caught by a librarian! What do you think will happen to Bunny??……

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: The best party ever

The best party everThe best party ever, by Sally Rippin

This book is okay. It is a little to simple for me but it is good for beginner readers. My favorite part is when Billie and Jack get mad with each other but when Jack gets home he makes something very cool for Billie…..
If you would like to know what Jack made.. Read The Book!

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and South Wellington Intermediate , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Hey Jack The Toy Sale

The Toy Sale, by Sally Rippin

This book was good. I liked it because it was a short story with pictures. But i recommend it to kids that are learning to read. The story is about how Jack puts up a stall. He is selling his old toys. When Jacks friend comes to the stall she ends up buying something that later on upsets Jack….

What is it the upsets Jack?

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and South Wellington Intermediate , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: The Extra Special Group

The Extra Special Group, by Sally Rippin

I actually liked this book a lot. Jack is not good with his spelling so his teacher puts him in a extra special group. Jack doesn’t want to go to that special group because he doesn’t want his friends to know he is stupid. But when the schools most coolest kid is in his group he finds out that he is not that stupid after all. He starts to like the extra special group. It makes him feel special.

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and South Wellington Intermediate , 11 years old