Kid book reviews
Even kids agree that you can't go wrong with a good book.
As a parent there is no better sight than seeing your child curling up with a book instead of being a mindless zombie in front on the TV. Our users had their kids review their favourite books for you. There just might be some gift ideas in here.

Captain Underpants
(Dav Pilkey)
By Abdullah Mollagee, 9

George and Harold are two boys at a boring school Jerome Horwits Elementary School. They decide that they both suffer from IBSS (Incredibly Boring School Syndrome). They’re always looking for ways to have fun so they invent”Captain Underpants” their favourite super hero. Read more.

Open me up (DK)
By Joel Hamilton, 10

Open me up is an interesting book. It’s completely all about our bodies. It shows you pictures of inside the human body. Read more.

Magyk  (Angie Sage)
By Josef Späth, 10

There’s this one book called “Septimus Heap, Magyk”. There is a whole series of them, it’s really cool. It’s about Magyk (Magic spelled funny). There are different spells like “speeke rattus rattus” and loads of characters like Dom Daniel, boy 412 and Septimus Heap. Read more.

Pony in a Package (Ben M. Baglio)
By Muneerah Mollagee, 10

Mandy Hope helps her parents in their vet. Mandy loves all animals especially horses. My favourite part of the story is when Mandy tries to get her friend Tania to like horses. Read more.

The Petsitter: Tiger training (Julie Sykes)
By Joel Hamilton, 10

My favourite part of the Story is most definetly the beginning of the book when Max finds out that there is a job for him. He finds out by the letter and I love that part. Read more.

Emily the Strange (Rob Reger; Jessica Gruner)
By Josef Späth, 10

There's this cool book called Emily the Strange.It's about this girl with amnesia who wakes up in a town called Balck Rock. And she has adventures with new friends in Black Rock like Jakiem, the kid with psychic powers. Read more.

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