Kids’ Club Review by Jessica: The miserable mill

The miserable mill / Snicket, Lemony

I think this is an amazing book because unlike the first three books in this series, the plot is different, instead of looking similar to the other books. Once again though, I cannot give this book five stars because I think that in this book, there is so many different things happening all at once that I had trouble keeping track of it. I would recommend this book for people aged 8 to 10.

4 stars

Reviewed by Jessica from Miramar and Seatoun School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jessica: The wide window

The wide window / Snicket, Lemony

This was quite a good book, not unlike the previous books in this series. Once again though, I am unable to give this book 5 stars for the same reason as the previous book, The Reptile Room: It is slightly to repetitive for my taste. I would recommend this book to people aged 8 and over.

4 stars

Reviewed by Jessica from Miramar and Seatoun School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Jessica: The reptile room

The reptile room / Snicket, Lemony

This book, much like the previous book in the series, involves Count Olaf, the three Baudelaire orphans, and a new character: Montgomery Montgomery. However, I could not give this book five stars because, in my opinion, this book was wound around the same sort of plot as the last one. Once again I would recommend this book to people aged 8 and over.

4 stars

Reviewed by Jessica from Miramar and Seatoun School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Mastani: The Unadoptables

The unadoptables / Tooke, Hana
I think The Unadoptables is a FANTASTIC book. I absolutely loved it. I rate it 5 stars because it’s full of mystery, you just can’t close it. I loved following the adventures of Fenna, Sem, Lotta, Egg and Milou, 5 desperate orphans whom you get to know very well. It’s a very inspiring story and I actually was quite sad to hear there isn’t a no.2.

5 stars

Reviewed by Mastani from Miramar and Worser Bay School , 11 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Sophia: The Unadoptables

The unadoptables / Tooke, Hana

An Outstanding book about five unusual orphans from the Little Tulip Orphanage. Sem, Egg, Lotta, Fenna, and of course, Milou, Set out in odder to seek Milou”s parents. But their obstacles are big and tricky as they set further into Amsterdam. An excellent book, a great reader with cliffhangers and a truly remarkable story line. I am definitely recommending to friends and family! Well done Hana Tooke!

3 stars

Reviewed by Sophia from Kilbirnie and Roseneath School , 11 years old