Flicks @ Six at Tawa Library

Come along to our free movie night on Thursday 15th November at 6pm.

Experience an extravaganza of sight and sound in this colourful animated movie.

Watch whales soar through the air, the Earth spring into being, and a familiar mouse lose control of his magic.

See music come to life, hear pictures burst into song to a full orchestral score – share the excitement that is this FANTAStic film.

This film is rated G

Not sure what film we’re talking about? You can call the library or talk to a librarian to find out what is playing each month.

Bring your own cushion for a comfy night in. Movies will play in the Children’s section of the library

Kids’ Club Review by luis: The Very Noisy Night

The Very Noisy Night, by Diana Hendry Jane Chapman (eBook)

This book is about a little mouse and a big mouse. Little mouse heard the wind then he heard the branches tap on the window. He kept on asking big mouse can I come to your bed and he said no then little mouse got lonely so he asked again if he can go to big mouses bed then he finally said yes. Big mouse let little mouse go to his bed because little mouse said he was lonely.

3 stars

Reviewed by luis from Tawa, 7 years old

Flicks @ Six at Tawa Library!

Come along to our free movie night on Thursday 18th October at 6pm.

Your clue to this month’s movie is an old vampire is worried about his half-human grandson. The boy shows no signs of being a vampire at all! Granddad Vampire decides he must try his hardest to bring out his grandson’s ‘vampire’ side. And if things weren’t tricky enough, the human-hating great-grandfather vampire comes to visit

This film is rated G

Not sure what film we’re talking about? You can call the library or talk to a librarian to find out what is playing each month.

Bring your own cushion for a comfy night in. Movies will play in the Children’s section of the library

Kids’ Club Review by Luis: Little penguins

Little penguins, by Cynthia Rylant

I like this book because it was winter. This is about penguins in the snow they go deeper and deeper. My favorite part is when they are in the house because the penguins were so cute.

5 stars

Reviewed by Luis from Tawa, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Joseph: Catching fire

Catching fire, by Suzanne Collins (Young Adult Fiction)

This is my favourite hunger games book. It’s a quarter quell year, a quarter quell happens every 25 years. this quell the twist is the tributes are selected from the pool of victors. Katniss Finds herself in many sticky situations such as running away from poisonous fog and being attacked by killer monkeys. My favourite character is Finnick odair because of how brave he is. I would recommend this book to kids from ages 11 to 15

5 stars

Reviewed by Joseph from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Joseph: The Mapmakers: Race to the end of the world

The Mapmakers: Race to the end of the world, by Eirlys Hunter

This book is awesome. It’s about the Santander’s, who are a family whose father got lost on their last adventure and their mother catches a train without them accidentally and has the purse with all their money. An opportunity arises when a challenge is called to see who can make the best map to new coalhaven. The twist is that the adults their competing against don’t exactly play by the rules. This book shows teamwork caring beats cheating.

5 stars

Reviewed by Joseph from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Luis: Lego City: Look Out Below

Lego City: Look Out Below, by Michael Anthony Steele

This book is about diamonds and gold. It is called gold mine. The truck have rocks and gold inside. They got lost in the mine because the lantern broke they were kind of saved from their hard hats. Johnny fixed the lantern. At the end Johnny saw lots of gold then they blew up the rocks so they can see all the gold. Boom! I am only giving this a 1 star because this is for 5 or younger.

1 stars

Reviewed by Luis from Tawa, 7 years old

Flicks @ Six at Tawa Library!

Come along to our free movie night on Thursday 20th September at 6pm.

This month what happens when a selfish and spoiled Emperor is magically transformed into a llama? What happens when the Empire is usurped by an evil advisor and the llama accidentally ends up in a village in the middle of the jungle? An adventurous journey to undo the spell and reclaim his kingdom, of course!

This film is rated G

Not sure what film we’re talking about? You can call the library or talk to a librarian to find out what is playing each month.

Bring your own cushion for a comfy night in. Movies will play in the Children’s section of the library