Crackskull Jack Goes to The Ball - children's book review by Sophie, aged 7.
eduKidz: New for your reading pleasure today, a fantastic review from Sophie. The book, Crackskull Jack Goes to The Ball, is a fantastically fun tale of children's favourite Crackskull Jack and his trials and tribulations at the big ball. It's another brilliant book written by Michelle Path and I think it's quite clear that Sophie absolutely loved it.
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AniMalcolm - children's book review by Sarp.
eduKidz: There's a trend of more and more comedians writing children's books and they are brilliantly funny. Today's review is from the very talented Sarp. It's a review of AniMalcolm written by David Baddiel and is about Malcolm, his dislike for animals in an animal loving family and an unusual set of changes.
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eduKidz: Today we have a review from Zack, aged 7. He has reviewed the ever popular Xalien the Purple Alien. This time Xalien has gone off to the zoo and has an exciting time seeing all of the animals. Zack has clearly made an excellent effort with this review, I'm absolutely sure you'll love it.
The Cowboy Who Was Scared of Horses - children's book review by Summer, aged 6.
eduKidz: New for your reading pleasure today, a fantastic review from Summer. She clearly really enjoyed reading The Cowboy Who Was Scared of Horses by Michelle Path.
It's clearly an exciting and unusual book! Who would have thought that a cowboy could possibly be scared of horses? Read on to see what Summer thought of it.
The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night-Time - children's book review by Sarp.
eduKidz: In a change from our more recent book reviews, we today enjoy a review of a young adult's book from Sarp. This book from Mark Haddon is a fascinating insight into the world of a young boy living on the autistic spectrum. I absolutely loved this book which I first read when I was a young adult.
eduKidz: A brand new review just received from the wonderful Lily. She has shared her review of Michelle Path's Xalien Goes to the Beach. Her review is bright, colourful and full of great ideas. I'm absolutely sure you'll love reading it and hearing all of her thoughts.
Xalien the Purple Alien: Xalien Goes to School children's book review by Izzy, aged 7.
eduKidz: Readers out there you're in for a treat today! We have a wonderful review completed by Izzy. Just take a look at the pictures that we've been sent by Mum of her working hard alongside her finished review. It is clear to see the sheer amount of effort that Izzy has put into her review, we can't wait to share it with you! This time the book, Michelle Path's book Xalien Goes to School, follows the fun and excitement that Xalien finds on this strange, weird, new planet called Earth!
Don't forget, if you enjoyed Izzy's review please be sure to leave her a comment on the button below. She'd love to hear what you thought about her hard work!
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