Kids’ Club Review by Seren: Secret safari

Secret safariSecret safari, by Susannah McFarlane

This is the 12th book in the series. In this book EJ’s mum wins a competition and wins the family a trip to Africa! EJ finds out that the trip was because EJ and her mum were going to do a SHINE mission in Africa!

Recommendations:
Ages: 8-11
Gender: Girls
General: I recommend this book for people who love animals and Secret agents!

3 stars

Reviewed by Seren from Brooklyn, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Seren: Big Brother

Big BrotherBig Brother, by Susannah McFarlane

In this book EJ’s friend Hannah is recruited to the SHINE agency. EJ also has to do a mission involving horses…

Recommendations:
Ages: 8-10
Gender: Girls
General: I recommend this book for people who like horses and SECRET AGENTS…

4 stars

Reviewed by Seren from Tawa, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Seren: Kimono code

Kimono codeKimono code, by Susannah McFarlane

This EJ12 book starts off with a karate lesson. EJ’s Enemy Nema is versing her and CHEATS! Emma suddenly gets send on a mission in japan to save the cherry trees!

Recommendations:
Ages: 8-10
Gender: Girls
General: I recommend this book for people who like japan and Secret Agents

5 stars

Reviewed by Seren from Tawa, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Seren: Hot & cold

Hot & coldHot & cold, by Susannah McFarlane

This is the first book in the EJ12 series and possibly the best. In this book EJ has to save the polar ice caps from melting!!!! Can she stop Doctor C.hill in time to save the penguins?!

Recommendations:
Ages: 8-10
Gender: Girls
General: I recommend this book for people who like adventure, animals and Secret Agents!

5 stars

Reviewed by Seren from Tawa, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Seren: Making waves

Making wavesMaking waves, by Susannah McFarlane

This is a really cool EJ book because it is filled with adventure and FUN!

Recommendations:
Ages: 8-10
Gender: Girls
General: I recommend this book for people who like Oceans and Spys.

5 stars

Reviewed by Seren from Tawa, 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Robin: Secret army

Secret armySecret army, by Robert Muchamore

This book is an excellent book about kids who work as spies. They have to parachute into unknown land and get a gun for training to qualify as a CHERUB agent. This book is great because it isn’t all childish like Zac Power it is really realistic and I would reccomend it for anybody who loves books filled with action and suspense

5 stars

Reviewed by Robin from Kilbirnie, 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Robin: The escape

The escapeThe escape, by Robert Muchamore

This book is a great book about children who work as spies to win world war two. None of the parts are boring and its so action packed and there’s so much suspense you will want to read all night long. I would recommend this book to anybody who loves harry potter, alex rider or other action packed books.I know you won’t regret reading it

5 stars

Reviewed by Robin from Kilbirnie, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Amelia: Spy school

Spy schoolSpy school, by Stuart Gibbs (1969-)

Spy School is very funny and full of unexpected surprises. All the characters are ether full of surprises on eceptionally funny! Ben Ripley the main character is so funny he expects his new school to be all like a James Bond Movie!
I loved every part of this movie and I seriously recommend this book.
Have fun reading it!

5 stars

Reviewed by Amelia from Tawa, 10 years old

New fiction to devour

Here’s some great new Junior Fiction books for you to borrow from our Library shelves!;

Upside Down in the Jungle by Helen Phillips

Our world turned upside down when bird-freak Dad went to the Central American jungle and didn’t come back. All we have from him is the Very Strange and Incredibly Creepy Letter, which Roo swears is in code. So what does she want us to do?

 

 

 

Spy Camp by Stuart Gibbs

As almost thirteen-year-old Ben, a student at the CIA’s academy for future intelligence agents, prepares to go to spy summer camp, he receives a death threat from the evil organization SPYDER.

 

 

 

Runaways by Sherryl Clark

Cassie and her brother Jack are on the run from the past, from the future and from their failure of a family. But where can they go? And can you ever really run away?

 

 

 

 

Story’s End by Marissa Burt

(Sequel to Storybound) “A deadly Enemy has threatened the future of Story–and twelve-year-old Una Fairchild is the only one who can stop his plans and save the character world from destruction”–Provided by publisher.

 

 

 

Mirage by Jenn Reese

The desert is no place for ocean-dwelling Kampii like Aluna and Hoku, especially now that Aluna has secretly started growing her tail.