Kids’ Club Review by ngaio: Wildwood

WildwoodWildwood, by Colin Meloy (1974-)

i though Wildwood was a great book. it tells the life of Prue, when her baby brother is abducted by crows and is taken into Wildwood. Prue goes on a amazing adventure to find her brother and meets Curtis, her classmate, on the way. then they lose each other and Curtis meets up with a band of coyotes who want him to join them, while Prue deals with the Governor Regent and find her way to an owl, who reports that he cannot sue the crows. I would recommend this book for ages 8+.

5 stars

Reviewed by ngaio from Newtown and Berhampore School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by ngaio: Gangsta granny

Gangsta grannyGangsta granny, by David Walliams (1971-)

i think gangsta granny is awesome. it is about a boy who has parents that are never paying attention to there son. every friday night he goes to stay with his granny. he thinks she is boring but she is actually a jewel theif. but she is just faking.
i would recommend this book to people who like a variety of things in books.

5 stars

Reviewed by ngaio from Newtown and Berhampore School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by ngaio: Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls : 100 tales of extraordinary women

Good night stories for rebel girls : 100 tales of extraordinary women / Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo.

I think goodnight stories for rebel girls is an awesome book. I gave it a 5 star rating because it had lots of fun stories for girls who want to grow up to be something amazing like a pirate or a pilot. I would recommend this book to people who like fun non-fiction stories.

5 stars

Reviewed by ngaio from Newtown and Berhampore School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Ride for your life

Geronimo Stilton, Creepella Von Cacklefur: Ride for your life, by Elisabetta Dami

This book is great! I loved this book because in was very hooking all the way throughout. The illustrations are great. I recommend this book to anybody who is into FANTASY and into SPOOKY stuff. It is not that spooky (Or is it)?
You will only find out if you read this fantastic book.
(believe me, it is better than it sounds!)

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Dante: Horrid Henry

Horrid HenryHorrid Henry, by Francesca Simon

Henry has a lot of attitude. But when Henry tries to be good his brother, Peter, can’t stand it. There are lots of funny parts in the story.

My favourite character is Henry because he does lots of silly things, like splashing people with his water gun. Another funny thing is that Henry does is be silly with the vacuum cleaner and sucks up everyone’s clothes.

I dislike Margaret because she is very moody and not nice. She never lets the boys get the good stuff too.

I learnt that having a bad attitude is a bad thing and no one likes a bad attitude.

I think everyone should read Horrid Henry books because they might like them as much as I did. I rate it four stars!

4 stars

Reviewed by Dante from Newtown and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: The big fat cow that goes kapow

The big fat cow that goes kapowThe big fat cow that goes kapow, by Andy Griffiths

This book was nice. I think it was very easy (literally). It has AAAAALLLLLOOOOTTTT of PICTURES!!!!!!! There are about ten chapters but since there were only like 3-4 pages in one chapter and only 2-3 sentences i finished in about 15 minutes.
I recommend this book for beginner readers or people that just want to read something to pass time.

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Judy Moody predicts the future

Judy Moody predicts the futureJudy Moody predicts the future, by Megan McDonald

I absolutely loved this book! It was very very very entertaining, interesting and hooking. Judy gets a mood ring in her cereal box. It has this paper which has the mood colour and what they mean. Judy want purple which is joyful/on top of the world this give Madame M (moody) a predicting mood. in the end , after all the fails and flops, she finally predicts something, something big, very big…………………………. hold on, but what read the purple(joyful/on-top of the world) book

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 11 years old