Top 10 Children’s DVDs January 2017

So good to have a movie to watch while we deal with Wellington’s crazy summer weather! kuboSometimes playing in the rain can be lots of fun if you have on your Wellies and a dry towel for afterwards. We
have some great books for those of you that enjoy jumping in puddles 🙂  but back to the movies…

Kubo and the two strings is looking awesome! This movie has stop motion sorcery, tiny puppets moved little bit by little bit to create movie magic. This tale of a young Samurai adventurer facing ice age 5mythic odds will keep you on the edge of your seats! Have you tried making a flip book or using stop motion to create a bit of film?  Let us know in the comments 🙂

  1. My little pony, friendship is magic.
  2. Octonauts.
  3. Zootopia
  4. BFGFireman Sam.
  5. Finding Dory
  6. Peter Rabbit.
  7. The BFG
  8. Ice age.
  9. Kubo and the two strings.
  10. Chuggington

 

 

 

Kids’ Club Review by Ethan: Samurai secrets

Samurai secretsSamurai secrets, by Charlie Carter

Battle boy samurai secrets written by Charlie Carter, is about going to the 13th Century Japan. My favourite part is when Napoleon’s father says that he wants them to let his son go, it really makes him sound like he really means it.
Readers will love learning how how samurais act to ningas.

4 stars

Reviewed by Ethan from Brooklyn and Kelburn Normal School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ethan: Samurai secrets

Samurai secretsSamurai secrets, by Charlie Carter

The book was really nice and interesting.
it is really funny when Napoleon finally finds out a secret,his father, his grandpa and his great grandpa.
its unbelievable that his father (xbb005) gets to com with napoleon (bb005) to the 13th century japan
people who read this book will love this battle boy

3 stars

Reviewed by Ethan from Brooklyn and Kelburn Normal School , 8 years old