Kids’ Club Review by Isabel: The magic school bus : lost in the solar system

The magic school bus : lost in the solar systemThe magic school bus : lost in the solar system, Joanna Cole & Bruce Degen

I like that in this book it can let you learn these amazing things just by reading a picture book. year 2 and under read these books and they love them! they are so easy to read and once you read one a little fact pops into your head and you can walk around with it for the rest of your life if your child is 7 and under I recommend getting these books for them. please listen to my advice.
Yours;
Isabel the great.

3 stars

Reviewed by Isabel from Karori and Ngaio School , 8 years old

8 New Non Fiction to get your paws on.

Hi Kids!¬† Get your paws on the latest new junior non fiction at Wellington City Libraries! Read all about the stories and secrets of some of history’s most heroic hounds! Enhance your LEGO skills! Also, find out how to travel the world in 50 ways!

Enjoy!

image courtesy of syndeticsRebel Dogs! Heroic Tales of Trusty Hounds.

Get your paws on the stories and secrets of some of history’s most heroic hounds! An engaging collection packed with over 30 real-life dogs, including film stars with fur, hounds that love to help, superstars of science and war heroes – these rebel dogs are the stars of their own stories. With incredible fur-raising facts on record-making dogs, marvellous mutts in literature, internet-sensation pups and much, much more – this beautiful book is perfect for pup fans of any age. Rebel Dogs is the perfect gift for any pup lover, all year round!

 


The Know-Nonsense Guide to Measurement.

Provides an introduction to the basic concepts of measurement, including common units of measurement, how to convert from one unit to another, and the difference between measures used in the United States and the metric system.

 


Record- Breaking Brick Vehicles.

There’s no stopping him: Joachim Klang, bestselling author of more than eleven titles on building with LEGO? bricks, is as enthusiastic and inventive as ever! He has thought up lots of stunning and exciting new projects over the years, which can be built with bricks from your own home collection. This new volume features the most fascinating and extraordinary record-breaking vehicles ever created – not just cars, but also ships and airplanes from well-known TV shows and movies. Each model comes with the usual easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.


Around the world in 50 ways.

“Set off from London and travel across the globe. Then try to make it back! In Lonely Planet Kids’ Around the World in 50 Ways, kids choose their favourite routes and transportation, from tuk-tuks and sleds, to steamboats and hot-air balloons. They’ll visit famous cities and exotic, far-flung places – and learn amazing facts about each destination along the way. But they’ll need to be careful: not every path will take them where they want to go!”–Publisher’s website.

 


Smart Charts series.

Go with the flow and take a piece of the pie in this exciting real-life series. Explore topics such as the weather, animals, space, and plants and use our Smart Charts to see the world by numbers. How much rain falls in the UK every year? Which animals eat the most–and sleep the least? How many people ride the New York Subway every day? Get data-driven answers to all this and more in this colorful and engaging series.

 

 

 

 

 

Kids’ Club Review by Chyoe: The magic school bus

The magic school busThe magic school bus, Joanna Cole

It’s an adventure, I like the part where the bus was going up in the sky and onto the clouds. I had so many pages to read. The starting was crazy – the teacher’s crazy, The bus is going into the sky. And when the children came out, they were on the clouds, they were inside the raindrops when they were falling back to earth. At the end, the teacher didn’t realise that something strange had happened.

5 stars

Reviewed by Chyoe from Cummings Park and Other , 7 years old