Kids’ Club Review by Hannah: Fantastic eats! & how to cook them

Fantastic eats! & how to cook themFantastic eats! & how to cook them, Angellica Bell ; photography by Ellis Parrinder

This is an excellent cooking book. It has step by step instructions which make following the recipes really easy. The recipes are delicious and are good for everyone. It has a range of recipes from around the world, and there are vegetarian recipes as well. The recipe that I liked the most was the BBQ chicken. I was able to make it all by myself!
I recommend this book for 7 year olds and older.

5 stars

Reviewed by Hannah from Cummings Park and , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Lily: The Magic School Bus presents the human body

The Magic School Bus presents the human bodyThe Magic School Bus presents the human body, text by Dan Green ; illustrations by Carolyn Bracken

I wasn’t sure whether or not you meant for me to read the whole series or one of them so I read a couple. I love Ms Frizz in these books because of hear fun and bubbly personality. I love all of the kids for their different personalities and how they work together as a group to accomplish different goals. I love there different adventures and how they have been to so may cool places. I would rate this book a 10/10 as it shows us the importance to teamwork.

5 stars

Reviewed by Lily from Kilbirnie and Hataitai School , 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Greta: Cook’s cook : the cook who cooked for Captain Cook

Syndetics book coverCook’s cook : the cook who cooked for Captain Cook by Gavin Bishop.

 

I loved the watercolour pictures and the fact the book had recipes – they ate kangaroo, dog, albatross, turtles, stingray and pease porridge! I learnt about where Captain Cook and his people travelled, about the places and the people who lived there, and that they visited other countries too – not just New Zealand.

5 stars

Reviewed by Greta from Island Bay and Island Bay School , 9 years old