Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Total TV Drama

Total TV Drama, by Meredith Costain

I really enjoyed this book
because Ella has been chosen on a quiz team and is going on a TV game show QUIZ-ZAM! You press a buzzer if you know how to spell a word . But the other quiz team’s member Charlotte always presses the buzzer first . Charlotte always smirks to them when she gets it correct . There is a word that she doesn’t know , time is ticking and Ella’s 2nd bestfriend presses the button but she gets it wrong . Charlottte presses the button too and she also get’s it wrong . Zoe (Ella’s BFF) has a plan! Because Peach and Ella have to work together she decides that if they do gymnastics they both would be good . Overall , I recommend this book for 6 and up

5 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Genevye: Dreams Come True

Dreams Come True, by Meredith Costain

I really like the character in this book, the way they show their perseverance in the things that they are want to do. It was really enjoyable reading this book, being able to know that in the end Ella’s dream comes true. She was able to go on stage and meet her idol, Cassi Valentine. This book has taught me to always follow your dreams and don’t give up. I really recommend this book to age 6 and up.

5 stars

Reviewed by Genevye from Johnsonville, 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Cardi: Total TV drama

Total TV dramaTotal TV drama, by Meredith Costain

I really enjoyed this book. It is Ella’s diary. There is going to be a show and Ella and a nasty girl called Peach want to be in it. There teacher is going to ask them questions and if you get one right you are in the show but if you do not then you are not in the show. everything is going right until Ella’s best friend Zoe is out! in the end they win.

5 stars

Reviewed by Cardi from Brooklyn and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Alice: Double dare you

Double dare youDouble dare you, by Meredith Costain (1955-)

I love this book. There are lots of cool illustrations which draw your attention. This book reminds me of new school years for me. I think this book is most suitable for readers aged 6-11.

5 stars

Reviewed by Alice from Kilbirnie and St Patrick’s School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Lyla: Worst camp ever!

Worst camp ever!Worst camp ever!, by Meredith Costain (1955-)

Ella goes on a school camp. At the start Ella thinks it’s going to be the worst camp ever, because she has to be in the same cabin and in the same group with her ex-BFF (Peach Parker).
But then Ella realises that if she just ignores Peach then she has a great time.
I found this book enjoyable, fun and mostly happy.

4 stars

Reviewed by Lyla from Johnsonville and Crofton Downs Primary School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Violet: Operation Merry Christmas

Operation Merry ChristmasOperation Merry Christmas, by Meredith Costain

Ella is so exited for the holidays in till Moon light Bay camp ground is closed, every one inn her family is miserable. Ella wants to make it the perfect Christmas at home. At the same time Ella’s arch enemy Peach Parcker is hosting a Christmas party and everyone is invited except for Ella and her best friend Zoe. Will they make it a great Christmas read to find out.

4 stars

Reviewed by Violet from Kilbirnie and Berhampore School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Francesca: Dreams come true

Dreams come trueDreams come true, by Meredith Costain (1955-)

Ella has gotten news, which is probably the best thing in the world to her… SHE HAS THE CHANCE TO MEET SUPERSTAR ( were talking Number 1 on her list amazing, awing, incredible, mega star) CASSI VALENTINE!!!!!!!!!! but theirs a downside to it, She has to work with Peach Parker! Peach Parker is top on her enemy least, Can she over come her hatred and work with Peach to achieve her goals? Find out by reading the book!

This book is not me at all, it’s rather kiddy and girly, It was a favourite when I was 7, but now…. Not so much…. SO ready away girls and boys…. ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3 stars

Reviewed by Francesca from Kilbirnie and Kelburn Normal School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by violet: Double dare you

Double dare youDouble dare you, by Meredith Costain (1955-)

This was a super duper amazing book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I really want to read more. I love how it was in diary form. I nice touch was the love hearts on the top of the ”i” and also the red and white pictures.

In this book Ella started school by her self in grade five (I think that is year five) her best friend Zoe was not there. The worst thing was she had to sit nest to her arch enemy Peach, Peach mad the teacher dis like Ella. Then Zoe came back It was much better from then. Most people at there school played Downball but Peach was sick of that so they started playing a searing game but a copple of days after Ella and Zoe started to play Peach was sick of it. The next phase was basket ball.

5 stars

Reviewed by violet from Kilbirnie and Berhampore School , 9 years old