Kids’ Club Review by Jennifer: Sweet Honey

Sweet HoneySweet Honey, Cathy Cassidy

this is about a girl who moves to australia for a fresh start new friends, strict new school, new boys….
she meets a cute boy on a beach and adds him on spiderweb (social media) but it turns out the guy she’s been messaging is not cute Riley from the beach!

this is a story about cyber bullying
I recommend this book for age 10+

5 stars

Reviewed by Jennifer from Brooklyn and , 5 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jennifer: My Sister Jodie [electronic resource]

My Sister Jodie [electronic resource]My Sister Jodie [electronic resource], Jacqueline Wilson

This book is about to sisters who have always been the best of friends
but when their parents accept a job at a boarding school and they all move there everything starts to change between boys who are absolutely NOT a good idea and Badger watching,
The story ends with a tragic event that brought tears to my eyes I HIGHLY recommend this book to EVERYONE between the age of 9 – 13

5 stars

Reviewed by Jennifer from Brooklyn and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alice: Ivy + Bean and the ghost that had to go

Ivy + Bean and the ghost that had to goIvy + Bean and the ghost that had to go, written by Annie Barrows ; illustrated by Sophie Blackall

There is a ghost at Emerson school. Will Ivy and Bean have fun getting the ghost out of the bathroom? Of course they will have fun getting the ghost out of the bathroom at Emerson school! This book is really really good for 6 years old to 8 years old. I have read the first Ivy and Bean book. The Ivy and Bean books are really really good. The next Ivy and Bean book is called Ivy and Bean break the fossil record. In every Ivy and Bean there is a sneak preview of the next Ivy and Bean book. I rate the Ivy and Bean books ten out of ten. I really really love the Ivy and Bean books. I have only read the first and second Ivy and Bean book.

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Cummings Park and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Zoe Brown: Best friend showdown

Best friend showdownBest friend showdown, by Yvette Poshoglian ; illustrated by Danielle McDonald

The book was fantastic. Ella and Zoe’s school is getting a new school hall. Miss Baker tells
them to sell chocolates to raise money. Ella and Zoe think it’s a competition . Olivia helps
Ella to sell the chocolates.

5 stars

Reviewed by Zoe Brown from Tawa and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Hannah: Alice-Miranda in China

Alice-Miranda in ChinaAlice-Miranda in China, Jacqueline Harvey

This book was amazing. Alice-Miranda is a character to be loved. It’s set in China. Alice-Miranda’s school is going on a student exchange. This book takes many twists and turns and there will be a plot-twist when you least expect it.
I recommend this book for ages 8 and up. You can also learn a little bit of Mandarin along the way! It’s a bit of a longer book but don’t worry, it’s really interesting!

5 stars

Reviewed by Hannah from Cummings Park and , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alice: The bully buster

The bully busterThe bully buster, by Sally Rippin ; illustrated by Aki Fukuoka

🏫 A bully at Billie ‘s school kicked Billie’s new soccer ball into the peppercorn tree and his name is Jason. He also ran into Billie while she was carrying her elephant bottom shaped teapot! The next lunchtime Jack, Billie and Rebecca sit on the top of the monkey bars to make sure Jason doesn’t come near them and then Billie says why was he even by our side of the playground. You should read this book if you like reading chapter books. I also liked how Billie tried to be a good friend to all. 😍

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Cummings Park and , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by connor: The world’s worst teachers

The world's worst teachersThe world’s worst teachers, David Walliams ; illustrated by Tony Ross

My favourite story was Mrs Splatts Hall of Horrors. This is because I loved how she had a metal hand, a glass eye, a rubber ear and a wooden leg. There was girl she hated alot. Her name was Chewy. She loved bubble gum. Later on Mrs Splatt couldn’t get the girl to eat anything. She decided to trick her by giving her a pea. Then she realised it was a booger…
Eventually Mrs Splatt drifted off in one of Chewy’s bubbles.

4 stars

Reviewed by connor from Tawa and , 9 years old