Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: The new small person

The new small personThe new small person, by Lauren Child

I really liked this book because it show how when two brothers who did NOT like each other they started liking each other. it was really a good story and the pictures were sort of like charlie and lola. I think Lauren Child is a great auther and i love her storys.

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Horrid Henry rocks

Horrid Henry rocksHorrid Henry rocks, by Francesca Simon

I like this book especially the stories: The invasion and Horrid Henry’s autobiography. The invasion is about how Henry keeps on going into Peters room without permission and stealing stuff. Peter tells and Henry gets his warning but he still does it. Then Peter gets fed up `and goes in Henry’s room without permission and takes MR. KILL!!
Horrid Henry’s autobiography is about how his homework is to write a story about his life. Moody Margret shows of in here autobiography so Henry swaps in for one he wrote. Miss Battle-Axe said it will be published in the news paper. But what Henry didn’t know was that Margret did the same thing.
The other stories are good but i think that these two are the best.
which one is you’re favorite?

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and Berhampore School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: The mummy that went moo

The mummy that went mooThe mummy that went moo, by Karen McCombie

This book is great, however this book was more about ‘Thing’ than the mummy that went moo. The mummy that went moo is the tittle. ‘Thing’ is an animal who has wings. It is a combination of all sorts of animals and it can do magic. It’s name is ‘Thing’ because Jackson and Ruby don’t exactly know what ‘Thing’ is. Jackson and Ruby live next door and go to the same school.
Their class is going to the town museum for a trip, but when ‘Thing’ comes along without anyone knowing a catastrophe takes place…….
What happened?……….

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and Berhampore School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Horrid Henry’s krazy ketchup

Horrid Henry's krazy ketchupHorrid Henry’s krazy ketchup, by Francesca Simon

this book is great and funny. there are 4 different stories in this one book. COOL!!! my favorite one is the krazy ketchup which is a story in the book. That story is about there is the type of ketchup called krazy ketchup and Henry likes that 1 but what happens when his parents {AKA: VEGES MONSTER} bring this horrible revolting vegtable tomato sauce sauce home, will Henry eat it or eat from the stash of his krazy ketchup packets… to find out the secret and read the other stories, you will have to read this SPIFFING book

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and Berhampore School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Horrid Henry’s haunted house

Horrid Henry's haunted houseHorrid Henry’s haunted house, by Francesca Simon

Four stories in one book. There is horrid Henry and the comfy black chair, horrid Henry’s haunted house, horrid Henry and the school fair and horrid henry minds his manners WOW this boy is great in Being horrid. My favorite is horrid Henry minds his manners because Henry was ment to go to gross out where he was invited but ended up in manners with maggie and there was a whole mix up. Which are the other stories about? Read read read.…

4 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and Berhampore School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Horrid Henry’s big bad book

Horrid Henry's big bad bookHorrid Henry’s big bad book, by Francesca Simon

This book is encredible. It has 12 stories. most of them I new because I have watched the episodes of them and in the book there are parts cut out from when I watched the episode.
Loads of stories and coloured pictures. Great… you want to read? Then you read the book…

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and Berhampore School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Tulip: Odd duck

Odd duckOdd duck, by Cecil Castellucci (1969-)

This book is awesome. It has bright and colourful pictures and the story line is great. The book is about this duck who is happy with her ordinary life until another duck moves in next door. He was weird. After a while of oddness they became friends then something happens.what happens? Read the great pictured story…

5 stars

Reviewed by Tulip from Newtown and Berhampore School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Rosa: Diary of a wimpy kid : Rodrick rules

Diary of a wimpy kid :             Rodrick rulesDiary of a wimpy kid : Rodrick rules, by Jeff Kinney

It was perfect for me. It had characters with excellent personality, and the words were fabulous. I like the idea of a book written as a diary, so you only hear about the exiting stuff, and don’t have to go through as much talking as other books. I was really interested in the book, and felt sad when it ended. Hands down five stars!

5 stars

Reviewed by Rosa from Newtown and Berhampore School , 8 years old

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

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

This book is about things you can eat and things you can’t.

The author introduced a funny way to write the book. For example, the author asked if you can eat a Tornado which is impossible. I think this book is a good because it has many good pictures.

I learnt that you can eat jellyfish how is that possible they could sting you. I also learnt that pickles are vegetables that have soaked in vinegar or salty water.

3 stars

Reviewed by Enerel from Newtown and Newtown School , 6 years old