Kids’ Club Review by Zoe Alves: #Tumeke!

#Tumeke! / Petherick, Michael

It was quite interesting. It’s about a town and what’s happening in the town. There’s this person selling dirt at a festival and dunk the teacher! It’s mainly about the person who just moved there and all the events.

4 stars

Reviewed by Zoe Alves from Johnsonville and Cashmere Avenue School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Imogen: The unadoptables

The unadoptables / Tooke, Hana

it is about five orphans called egg, Sem, Fenna, Lotta and Milou that are abandoned at the little tulip orphanage in 1880 that try to find Milous parents Bram Poppemaker.
I would rate this book 100 stars if there was up to 100 stars. I could barely put the book down. I hope the author writes a series of the unadoptables. The only thing that I did not like was that it ended.
i would highly recommend this book.

5 stars

Reviewed by Imogen from Khandallah and Cashmere Avenue School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Aayan: The friendship recipe

The friendship recipe / Stilton, Thea

The famous chef Crouton comes to Mouseford Academy to teach a class about how to eat and cook healthy food.
Later, chef Crouton arranges a healthy food cooking competition. This story is about how Pamela a junk food lover transforms her self into a healthy eater while participating in the competition.

5 stars

Reviewed by Aayan from Arapaki and Clyde Quay School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nardous: Wildlife of Aotearoa

Wildlife of Aotearoa / Bishop, Gavin

I learnt so much about the wildlife of New Zealand that I never knew before I read this book.I loved the illustrations they are accurate and beautiful. My favourite creature in this book is the blobfish because its ugly and eats whatever get in the way (we have alot in common).one of the most interesting fact I learnt from this book is that the first brown trout to hatch in New Zealand was in Christchurch in the 1860s.

5 stars

Reviewed by Nardous from Brooklyn and South Wellington Intermediate , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nardous: The Inkberg Enigma

The Inkberg Enigma / King, Jonathan

This book was ok,I think there could have been a better storyline.One thing I wish could change is Gordan’s character development cause at the start of the book he was a good person and friends with miro’s dad next second he’s working for the bad guys,it just doesn’t seem right.I liked that Mrs. Danforth was finally able to leave the mansion after 50 years.2 stars.

2 stars

Reviewed by Nardous from Brooklyn and South Wellington Intermediate , 11 years old