Hi, today I’m reviewing a book that most of you have probably read but just in case you haven’t, I’m going to get started. This book is called Dork Diaries written and illustrated by Rachel Renee Russell.
This book is a young girls diary, her name is… Nikki. Nikki is a total dork and going to a new school she’s convinced she’ll never get into the CCP (cute, cool and popular) group.
On Nikki’s first day at Westchester Country Day (or, WCD for short). She gets a locker right next to….. Mackenzie Hollister, Queen of the CCP’s. So when she gets a locker next to Mackenzie who ABSOLUTELY HATES NIKKI’S GUTS (well… that’s how Nikki puts it anyway), she is furious!
Well…. Nikki is about to sign up for the avant art competition when someone turns up… You guest it: Mackenzie, Mackenzie was with her BFF: Jessica and they shot insults at her from every direction so she wouldn’t sign up for the competition. And their plan worked! so instead Nikki decides to sign up for library shelving assistant and that’s when she meets her BFF’s. SQUEEEEEE!!!
So jump into the world of Nikki J Maxwell and see her flaws, her crush and her CCP drama with the very first book of the fabulous American middle school girl book series.
I rate this book:
Hello today I’m reviewing Alice-Miranda in Paris written by Jacqueline Harvey.
This book is about a young girl named Alice-Miranda Highton-Smith-Kennington-Jones an this time she’s going to the France capital: Paris with the Winchester-Fayle singers, which is made up of Whinchester-Downsfordvale Academy For Proper Young Ladies and Fayle school for boys.
But, there’s one small problem with the last performance they’re singing at, a young boy named Fabien who was a little bit older then the boys, he was stuck, he is a great designer yet he couldn’t think of anything. So, Paris being… Well Paris with the nice sight seeing places and fun there is a dark side…
This book is filled with laughter, suspense, and best of all Alice-Miranda and her friends: Millie, Sloane and Jacinta.
This book is fun and easy to read so I recommend it for ages: 6-8 this is a highly recommended book so have fun and find out what’s going to happen to Fabien.
I rate this book: four out of five stars
OK so your probably thinking that this book will be weird. Right?
well, I guess that’s David Walliams for you !! and true to his style ,this book lives up to his quirky sense of humour.
I am a big fan of him and this book is really good… Like all the other ones.
Anyways, this book is about a little girl named Zoe.
Zoe has a terrible life, well for a start the school bully flobs on her head every morning, her step mother Sheila is so lazy she asks Zoe to pick her nose for her, Sheila also finds out about her pet rat Armatige so she has to hire someone to get rid of him and then her life gets worse…
The story of Ratburger is funny and gross ,I couldnt put it down , I just had to find out what happens next ….from rats to snot I giggled alot…
I give this book 4 1/2 out of 5 stars
If your a fan of Lauren Child then you`ll love this action packed adventure
this is a read for older kids and it is full of codes agents and best of all Ruby Redfort;
If you`ve read any other Ruby Redfort books then you’ll know about spectrum 8. well time to say goodbye as this is the series finale and it is better than ever.
A bunch of people want Ruby dead and some alive like these people;
1. a traitor of spectrum 8, who are they?
2. The Count Victor Von Leyden, who does he work for?
3.An actress Marnie Novak, why does she want Ruby?
4. and last but not least Lorelei Von Leyden, daughter of the count why does she want Ruby dead?
If you look in the book all will be revealed….
If you were in Ruby’s situation would you: A)Turn the locks, switch the light off and wait for it to all happen naturally? or B) get out the and save yourself?! Well unfortunately Ruby’s only option is ‘not’ the one she would’ve wanted option B.
Oh, and if you know Ruby then you’ll know that she hates Bradley Baker right? Well that’s about to change…..
I rate this book 3 1/2 out of 5 stars
Today I am reviewing a book called Friday Barnes:girl detective by R.A. Spratt.
First I want to say I LOVE R.A. Spratt.
OK, so anyone who loves detectives is sure to love this fantastic book series. It is about a girl who has parents that don’t notice her. The reason they named her Friday is because that is the day of the week that her parents ‘thought’ she was born, but it was actually a Tuesday. She solves a big mystery and gets a lot of money that she uses to get in to boarding school. What sort of mystery’s will she have to solve at the very peculiar high school, Highcrest Academy??? But you need to read them in order other wise it won’t make very much sense.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars
For my first book review I am reviewing one of my favorites Billionaire Boy written by David Walliams.
With this book I think that the description in the text is very informative. I also think that it is the funniest book ever.
This book is about a boy named spud who’s father is a billionaire. spud has everything from a thousand pairs of trainers to his own orangutan butler. What he wants the most is a friend but when he finds one something goes terribly wrong…
This is an easy read fit for any age. the pictures are the most hilarious illustrations.
I rate it