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

Kids’ Club Review by Siddhi: The Twits

The TwitsThe Twits, by Roald Dahl ; illustrated by Quentin Blake

This story is interesting. Mr Twit always has a tinned sardine tail on his moustache and Mrs Twit has a glass eye! They are both disgusting not only in their appearance but also in their behaviour. They have bird pie every Wednesday and they prepare for this on Tuesday night by putting glue all over the tree as a trap. They have family of pet monkeys and they get them to do circus tricks without stopping. The monkeys and birds have a plan up their sleeves to make the Twits stop their awful behaviour. I liked this story because of the way the animals planned their plan To stop the Twits.

3 stars

Reviewed by Siddhi from Tawa and , 10 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Zoe: Weir Do

Weir DoWeir Do, Anh Do ; illustrated by Jules Faber

The book was awesome!!!The book is about Weir. His last name is Do. He goes to a new school. After one day, he makes a new friend called Henry and he also makes a friend called Bella. Bella is Weir’s neighbour. Henry, Bella and Weir are Best friends!!Henry and Bella go over to Weir’s house. At Weir’s house, Roger (Weir’s little brother) puts Bella’s science doll in custard!! Weir and his family quickly cleaned and washed Bella’s doll just in time before Bella has to go home.

5 stars

Reviewed by Zoe from Tawa and , 7 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 James: The karate mouse

The karate mouseThe karate mouse, Geronimo Stilton

This is an exciting book about Geronimo Stilton doing something new – karate! He has to go in a competition so he practices hard for one week. Any kids who do karate would like this book.

5 stars

Reviewed by James from Tawa and , 6 years old