Kids’ Club Review by Juliet: Pinkbeard’s revenge

Pinkbeard's revengePinkbeard’s revenge, by Greg Trine

I’ve never read a Jo Schmo book before, but so far I love Jo Schmo! Greg Trine is such a good writer! I absolutely love the drawings by Frank W. Dormer (even though they have no colour). I want to say something to you, but don’t laugh. Pinkbeard used to call himself Blackbeard, but he drank so much pink lemonade that his beard turned pink and then it was no use to call himself Blackbeard because he had a pink beard! Ha ha ha! Oops, I laughed myself. Don’t tell anyone, promise? Yo’ve GOT to read a Jo Schmo book! I can count on you to read one. I would recommend this book to any people who like adventure stories.

3 stars

Reviewed by Juliet from Cummings Park and Queen Margaret College , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Caitlin: Winter of the ice wizard

Winter of the ice wizardWinter of the ice wizard, by Mary Pope Osborne

These books are good but the one thing I don’t like about them is that every book in this series has the same starting part. They were really slow getting into it, and I skipped the first few chapters just because it was just a bit boring if you’ve already read one of the books before. This book didnt take me very long to read, and I would recommend this book to boys and girls aged 7+

3 stars

Reviewed by Caitlin from Island Bay and St Francis De Sales School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Kitty: Hop on Pop

Hop on PopHop on Pop, by Seuss

I LOVED this book because it was a great book. I love the way it rhymes. On the last page l liked the long word ” seehemewepatpuppophethreetreebeetophopstop”. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves rhythm.

4 stars

Reviewed by Kitty from Cummings Park and Queen Margaret College , 6 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Julianna: Seaside mystery

Seaside mysterySeaside mystery, by Bentley, Sue, 1951-

IT WAS SO GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It was about a child\teenager meeting a small, furry kitten. A magic kitten. His name is Prince Flame. Flame’s uncle’s spies are looking for Flame so that his uncle Ebony can take over Flame’s hometown and get the Lion Throne! Lion Throne I hear you say? That is because Flame is a lion DISGUISED as a kitten. I recommend this book to children at the age of 7 to 10.

5 stars

Reviewed by Julianna, 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by aidan: In the city of dreams

In the city of dreamsIn the city of dreams, by Abbott, Tony.

Eric has been wounded in a epic battle with ko and his beasts. Now the young wizard lies in a coma, trapped in a dream-state halfway between fantasy and reality. Desperate to find a cure, Neal, Julie, and princess Keeah rush to saarindo, a beautiful but dangerous city famous for its dark magic. Can they find a way to cure their friend before its too late?????????????????

5 stars

Reviewed by aidan, 8 years old