Kids’ Club Review by Isla: Dragon’s Green book 1

Dragon’s Green / Thomas, Scarlett

When Effie’s grandfather died, Effie and her friends have to get her grandfather’s magical books back. They have to fight with magic, go in to books to get to the other world, and escape detention.
This book is one of my favourite books so far, though it did get boring in some parts. I recommend this book to people who like adventure or magic or both. My favourite part is either when Effie had to chase Leonard Levar or when Effie had a magic test and got a necklace with a sword charm on it. Effie’s real name is Euphemia Truelove,. There is no part that I don’t like, even though some parts are boring ( like I said before).
I give this book 5 stars.

5 stars

Reviewed by Isla from Karori and , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Irene: The Tea Dragon Society

The Tea Dragon SocietyThe Tea Dragon Society, written & illustrated by Katie O’Neill

I think the book “The Tea Dragon Society”is one of my favorite books because I love the works of Katie O’ Neil. I gave this book 5 stars because I think this book is a great resemblance of fantasy and friendship working together, but its hard to notice that there is fantasy because you would be focusing on the actual story but you still know that there is fantasy in the book.

5 stars

Reviewed by Irene from Newtown and Newtown School , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jacob: Dracopedia field guide

Dracopedia field guideDracopedia field guide, William O’Connor

This book had a lot of dragons in but I felt like it dragged on and became a bit boring. There was a lot of imagination in the book and I enjoyed this. There was a lot of information about each dragon but sometimes it was too much information. I really liked how he coloured the dragons and added details to the dragons.

3 stars

Reviewed by Jacob from Cummings Park and Raroa Normal Intermediate , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jeffery: The dark secret

The dark secretThe dark secret, Tui T. Sutherland

Wings of fire is Definitely going To have you glued, this book may be a little frightening but in the end, you will never forget the experience. I recommend this to people age 9 and up.

4 stars

Reviewed by Jeffery from Newtown and Seatoun School , 12 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Eva: The Hobbit

Syndetics book coverThe hobbit, or, There and back again by J.R.R. Tolkien ; with illustrations by David Wyatt.

This book is definitely one that will take you awhile but in the end you’ll soon be someone who for their birthday or Christmas is wishing to go to Hobbiton if you don’t already. This is a good book if you like adventures mysteries and happy endings. I’d recommend this for ages 10 and older.

5 stars

Reviewed by Eva from Miramar and Seatoun School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by shayna: The dragon crown

The dragon crownThe dragon crown, by Geronimo Stilton

I liked this book, it was funny and interesting. it was hard for me not to continue reading it because it had surprising events. It made read more of the other series of books.
I would recommend this book to other children because it kept entertained and it put a smile on my face.

5 stars

Reviewed by shayna from Tawa, 7 years old