Kids’ Club Review by Bhavishya: Thea Stilton and the mystery in Paris

Thea Stilton and the mystery in ParisThea Stilton and the mystery in Paris, [text by Thea Stilton ; illustrations by Maria Abagnale … et al. ; translated by Julia Heim]

This is awesome and here is my review

The Mystery in Paris

I read the book, “The mystery in Paris”, and lots of other Thea Stilton Books during the year, 2020.
My emotions and thoughts for this exiting book was, fascinating in the first couple of chapters, and the big finale was very suspenseful.
The story ended calmly and peacefully, with no troubles.

By: Bhavishya

5 stars

Reviewed by Bhavishya from Newtown and , 10 years old

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 Emma: Smile

SmileSmile, Raina Telgemeier

I like this book because it shows Raina’s life as a kid and you can see all that see has been through. This is an awesome graphic novel with amazing illustrations, if you’re about to get braces and don’t no what it will be like, read this book. I recommend this book to 8+. Raina Telgemeier is a no 1 bestselling author in New York. Personally I think this is an amazing book by an amazing author so if you like stories about adventure and friends then this is the book for you!

5 stars

Reviewed by Emma from Johnsonville and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Mikio: The meltdown

The meltdownThe meltdown, by Jeff Kinney

Started off with a great start but then it just happens to become a to funny story again, but most of it is just talking about anything really! I really enjoyed the first chapter in this book, but it’s just more better than good it’s amazing really I mean it.really I wish Rodrick was very annoyed that he wasn’t chosen for the responsibility for his younger brother.

5 stars

Reviewed by Mikio from Tawa and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Mikio: Ninja clones!

Ninja clones!Ninja clones!, Anh Do ; illustrated by Anton Emdin [and Jeremy Ley]

Has a lot of humour in it although it is very serious. Mostly mystery, but it can also lighten your mood. It helps you to learn one lesson and that is do not use someone else to do things for you! WARNING DO NOT TRY TO BE NINJA KID.
You have been warned!!!

5 stars

Reviewed by Mikio from Tawa and , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jethro: Diary of a wimpy kid

Diary of a wimpy kidDiary of a wimpy kid, by Jeff Kinney

Diary of a Wimpy Kid is an awesome book, and the illustrations/pictures are great! The book is funny, and it is a good book for 7+ year old children because it provides a good story with many books in the entire series.

5 stars

Reviewed by Jethro from Tawa and , 10 years old