Kids’ Club Review by julius: Wrecking ball

Wrecking ballWrecking ball, by Jeff Kinney

This book was actually not bad for four stars. This book was about as some of you may know Greg Heffley who’s great aunt died which made mum so serious about going to the funeral. They didn’t realize that they went to the wrong funeral until the end and great aunts funeral had already been finished. Greg’s family had received the money from great aunt and where thinking of moving. it turns out everything goes wrong. I liked this book its fine for 6+ I recommend you get this book when it’s available.

4 stars

Reviewed by julius from Tawa and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Julius: The meltdown

The meltdownThe meltdown, by Jeff Kinney

I rate this book five stars because it shows what happens each day and it’s like a real diary. It explained what is was like in the winter season and featuring snowball fights, trouble making and madness.

I would probably recommend this book for ages 7 and over

5 stars

Reviewed by Julius from Tawa and , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Nashe: The meltdown

The meltdownThe meltdown, by Jeff Kinney

Greg has been enjoying his winter holidays but he has to enjoy it while it lasts. So Greg and his friends face the lower surry street kids in a snowball fight . I thought this was a good book because it tells us to not bo bored.

5 stars

Reviewed by Nashe from Brooklyn and , 5 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Matthew: The meltdown

The meltdownThe meltdown, by Jeff Kinney

I enjoyed reading this book because it was very funny especially when there was a big snowball fight between Lower Surrey Street and Upper Surrey Street. Greg Heffley is always coming up with crazy ideas that get him in trouble! I would recommend this to kids aged 8 and up.

5 stars

Reviewed by Matthew from Tawa, 10 years old

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Kids’ Club Review by julius: Hard luck

Hard luckHard luck, by Jeff Kinney

This book is about Greg loses his friend Rowley because Rowley has his own girlfriend Abigail so he has no friends. It says that this kid named Fregley was lonely and Greg’s mum saw that as well so she invited Fregley to Greg’s house. things did turn out good because Greg thought that he could be his wingman and his friend. I liked this book because of the funny part in the book saying me not know how to spell.

5 stars

Reviewed by julius from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by julius: Diary of a wimpy kid : the third wheel

Diary of a wimpy kid : the third wheelDiary of a wimpy kid : the third wheel, by Jeff Kinney

This book is about Greg having a date and trying to be with this girl named Abigail. He invited his friend Rowley to the date but he was starting to have chicken pox under his chin so he had to wear the big scarf to cover it. At the date it seemed to turn out that Rowley and Abigail instead of Greg and Abigail. This book will tell you how it is to be in a date.

4 stars

Reviewed by julius from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by julius: Diary of a wimpy kid : Cabin fever

Diary of a wimpy kid : Cabin feverDiary of a wimpy kid : Cabin fever, Jeff Kinney

This book is about Greg having to stay home because of a snowstorm. He had to stay indoors for a long time when it was christmas… It was a bit creepy to stay home because his mom found this old toy elf that watches you if your naughty or nice. They say that if your naughty or nice the elf will go to santa and tell him. The book also says that Greg and his friend had tried to put up these signs in the school wall in the snowstorm but it ruined the signs then it became these green blobs so they tried to rub it of but it didn’t work then an adult saw them so they were abit in trouble. They became wanted but the pictures of Greg and his friend Rowley were not there faces so they were in big trouble… I liked this book because it explains what it feels like in a snowstorm lasting for days.

4 stars

Reviewed by julius from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Julius: The last straw

The last strawThe last straw, by Jeff Kinney

This book is about a kid named Greg who likes this girl named Holly Hills but everything doesn’t go out well… I liked this book because it has some humour and it told me what it would feel in boys scouts.

5 stars

Reviewed by Julius from Tawa, 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Kieran: Double down

Syndetics book coverDouble down by Jeff Kinney.

In this book, Greg tries to make money by making a film with Rowley. The movie is called Night of the nightcrawlers , but when they were making the film the geese come to eat the gummy worms. Greg and Rowley hid under the table and Rowley.
I like this book because it’s very funny.

5 stars

Reviewed by Kieran from Karori and Karori West Normal School , 5 years old