Tuesday, 5 June 2018

The Boy Who Lost His Face - Louis Sachar

The Boy Who Lost His Face
By: Louis Sacher
I have read lots of Louis Sacher's books and wanted to read another one of his books. It is a good book.
WARNING!
This book has bad words.
Review by: S.T



The Unwanteds Series - Lisa McMann



These books are AMAZING. It is an insult not to read them and ... you WILL love them (or else).

Review by: Poppy




Friday, 1 June 2018

Kasper Prince of Cats - Michael Morpurgo (Coming Soon)

Kasper Prince of Cats

So this book is by Michael Morpurgo, one of the most known authors, like, ever! It is not based on a real story but it tells a story about the Titanic sinking and a fourteen year old bellboy who works in a hotel in London call the Savoy. I think it is like one of the BEST BOOKS I'VE EVER READ!! After a TRAGIC event happens a black cat is introduced into the story - and a mischievous seven year old girl who takes a liking to the bellboy and they become good friends. 

So yeah I recommend this book to anyone looking for a good read or looking for something absolutely FILLED with adventure!!!

Reviewed by: Brynne


Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 1 & 2

I really love this book. In my opinion, it is THE BEST BOOK IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, NO UNIVERSE!!! I really think everybody should read this book, because everybody should know girls are great. The stories are about girls that have done amazing things. There is a one-page story with a picture beside it, and a spare at the end for your own story and portrait. There is also a new one out, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 2, with even more stories about J.K Rowling, Beyonce and many more.

Review by Brynne Aged 10.

Journey to the River Sea - Eva Ibbotson

A normal girl age 10 her parents died and now she lives in a boarding school (bad luck huh anyway...) she moved to Brazil and ended up living with twins she makes friends with two other kids in a similar situation, but don't worry they come up with a plan. This is a great read.

Reviw by: Anika Aged 9 

Cosentino

I like Cosentino because it has pictures. There is a Grand Illusionist and a evil king he can mind control evil people. I recommend this book to a comic reader. 

Review by Tim. Aged 9  

The Island of Lost Horses - By Stacy Gregg

I like Stacy Gregg's books because all of them have horses and different stories that connect. In one story a girl had moved to the middle of the ocean. Her mum studies jellyfish but her daughter wants to live with her dad. She goes exploring in the forest on an island, she finds wild horses and falls in love. Then her mum finds out a secret about the wild horse she forbids her from seeing her new friend and the wild horse. In the other story a princesses best friend doesn't help her when a man goes out to find new land and he takes a few horses from the stables and they take her horse that can't trust anyone except her. They need to rescue the horses. I really enjoyed reading that book.

Review by: Ciara Aged 10.

The Boy Who Lost His Face - Louis Sachar

The Boy Who Lost His Face By: Louis Sacher I have read lots of Louis Sacher's books and wanted to read another one of his books. ...