Kids’ Club Review by Ruby: Fantastic Mr Fox

Fantastic Mr FoxFantastic Mr Fox, by Roald Dahl

I think it was a very funny book when the fox steals apple cider, roast chicken and ducks from the farmer’s house .there are 3 farmers who are trying to kill the fox but the fox is too sneaky for them.

4 stars

4 stars

Reviewed by ruby from Miramar and Worser Bay School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alex: Good night stories for rebel girls

Good night stories for rebel girls, by Elena Favilli

This book is packed with 1 page stories about girls who have all done amazing things in their lives. For example, Manal Al-Shariff was the first woman to drive in Saudi Arabia. She was jailed twice, but kept encouraging other women in her country to just get out and drive. “If men can drive, why can’t women?”.
I recommend this book for every girl and woman I know. I loved it – it was very inspiring.

5 stars

Reviewed by Alex from Khandallah and Khandallah School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ivy: The big adventure

The big adventureThe big adventure, by Sally Rippin

I liked the big adventure because he listened to his dad and only went as far as the rock pools, but then he saw a cave and nearly forgot what his dad said! But he went to the cave cause it was only a few steps away from the rock pools. I didn’t like when he got trapped in the cave, but I did like when his dog helped make a happy ending

5 stars

Reviewed by Ivy from Johnsonville and West Park School , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Ivy: The winning goal

The winning goalThe winning goal, by Sally Rippin

It was good because he started by being nervous, and it teaches us that if you dont try you dont know if you can do it or not. The part I liked was when he started being nervous then found out it is good being a goalie not just kicking goals.

4 stars

Reviewed by Ivy from Johnsonville and West Park School , 6 years old