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Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Bob, aged 6
I hated it - booo!
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Aamina, aged 10.
I think this book had lots of different events and included lots of impact. I think all the characters were great and used their brains for different ideas. It surprised me when I looked at the front cover because I had a different design in mind. I don't usually read these kind of books, I only like comedy books, but I think this book has made me realize that I like these kind of books although it doesn't beat comedy!
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Kyle, aged 10
It is a fantastic book. I absolutely loved reading the book. It is about a girl called Laura, she has a friend called Tariq. Laura has a dog called Skye. She wants to be a detective when she is older.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Ben, aged 11
I think the book was really good and the characters are really good.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Raheema , aged 10
I thought the book was really good but the ending was a bit weird. I liked the book because it had a lot of action in it. My favourite character was Laura Marlin because she saved her uncle and she was very brave because she blocked the Marine Concern in the volcano.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Mariya, aged 10
This was a good book. It did lose it in the middle but caught up at the end.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Lottie, aged 9
It was a good book and I really enjoyed it. It was a hard book to read though so it took me a long time to read. My favourite character was Skye the husky dog.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Tamina, aged 9
This book is awesome. I liked Laura Marlin because she was brave and she accidentally boards her best friend Tariq and her three-legged husky Skye on the cruise ship. Jimmy wants to be Laura and Tariq's friend but Laura and Tariq think that Jimmy's parents are over-protective. When I reached the middle of the story, I got a bit confused. But I liked the part when, Uncle Calvin vanishes and Laura and Tariq are about to be kidnapped by the fearsome 'Straight A' gang. I would recommend this book for children over 7 because it would be easier to understand and more exciting.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Aliyha, aged 10
This book is amazing, the part that I liked was when Laura enters a raffle and really hopes to win. She waits a long long time until one day a man came to her uncles Calvin's house he knocks on the door but nobody answers. Then Laura came up to the man and said "Who are you looking for" "I am looking a little girl called Laura" Why" "because she has won a raffle""in that case that's me YES!!!". The funniest part was when Laura starts to jump up and down and the saddest part was when Laura's uncle falls down the stairs and breaks his legs. I would recommend this book to all of my friends, it's fantastic. Lauren St John is an amazing writer. I think that Lauren has called the main character 'Laura' because it is similar her name. I would give this book 10/10.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Saddiqa, aged 9
This book was ok. But this book was not my type. It was quite boring. It's just about Tariq and Laura getting kidnapped. I would recommend this book for children learning about pirates because they get kidnapped and get taken to the ship.
I give this book a rating of 7.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Aamina , aged 9
My favourite character is Lauren because she is a show off also she said something similar to this "I'm getting 5 tickets so I am definitely going to win so there Ha." Out of ten I would give it 5 out of ten that's my opinion. I would recommend this book to people who like adventure books.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Ellie, aged 10
It was not the best book I have read but it was alright, not really my type of book but really interesting
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Moizz, aged 10
I like how it started at the beginning "If you ever imagined," the description was good I would give this book nine and a quarter out of ten (9 1/4 /10.
I liked the cover of the book I would give ten out of ten (10/10).
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Harry, aged 10-11
This was a really exciting story. I loved it. Laura is a really adventurous character and this is the most exciting story I have ever read. It is so intriguing. I could read it a million times again because you are always on the edge of your seat at the end of every chapter. You will never know what's going to happen next!!! :) ;)
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Katie, aged 11
I loved this book. I loved the part when Laura wins the competition. I would recommend this book for kids 8-13. IT WAS EPIC!!!!!! MAKE SURE YOU READ IT!!! I hope you enjoy it when you read it!
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Rachael, aged 10
Kidnap in the Caribbean is the best mystery book I have read! You can guess what was coming next but it was still a good read. I rate this book 8 out of 10.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Aliyah, aged 10
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John

Kidnap in the Carribean is a story about two young children called Tariq and Laura. They have won tickets to the Carribean with their uncle. Unfortunatly, their uncle gets kidnapped from some pirates.
Laura and Tariq have to find out where thier uncle is...

I reccomend it for 10-12 years old. I give it 1 star out of 10 because it was BORING!
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Hadesa, aged 10
The book I read was Kidnap in the Caribbean. The book was not to my taste because they was not enough action in it. The book was written by Lauren St John. My favourite character was Laura because she was interesting to me. I recommend this book for people aged between nine to eighteen. I give this book three stars out of ten.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Aminah, aged 9
This book is about a girl called Laura who lives with her uncle, Calvin Redfern. They win a holiday but then everything goes wrong. Calvin gets kidnapped but why and who? This book would be suitable for anyone who likes adventure stories. I would recommend this book because I like adventure stories and I rate it 5 out of 5 because I enjoyed it.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Jack, aged 10
The book Kidnap in the Caribbean is well good the best book I have read in ages. I understood every word of it. My favourite character was Jimmy because he was cool and impatient. I would rate it a ten out of ten and would recommend it to everyone I know. It should have an age limit of seven and over because it is scary at some times but is really good. My favourite part was when they were in the lava tunnel when they were trapped and were being followed by Janet and little and large. Overall it was one of the best books I have ever read
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Hermione , aged 9
It was OK but it wasn't really an exciting book. There was a girl, who was the main part, Laura Marlin and her little dog Skye, Laura's best friend is Tariq. They all go on an exciting trip against there enemies. It sounds exciting but when you read it its not that exciting.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Archie, aged 11
Thought I had read the best FBA book until I read this. It beat The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop and the others. It took unexpected twists especially when Laura’s uncle went missing. The characters appealed to my liking. Jimmy was a crazy and fun character who was accident prone and Tariq was brave and heroic. I’d love to have been on the cruise and on the island. The description in the book made the adventure come to life! I thought the culprit would have been the cruise crew but I was fooled! This book gets 11/10 because it was fantastic!
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Harry, aged 11
The book 'Kidnap in the Caribbean' was an OK book. In my opinion it doesn't beat 'The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop'. The book never really got anywhere and I didn't enjoy reading it at all! My favourite character was Jimmy because he was brave. My favourite part of the story was when Tariq threw his milkshake into the pirates’ faces when they were pulling Laura onto their galleon. I would rate the book 6/10.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Peter, aged 10
Kidnap in the Caribbean is a brilliant detective book about a girl called Laura Marlin whose parents have died and she lives with her uncle called Calvin Redfern, who was an EX-detective, and their dog Skye. They win a trip to an island in the Caribbean but their uncle falls and hurts himself. She and a friend discover a daring kidnap made by the Straight As. My favourite character is Tariq because he is different from the other characters in the book. I would recommend this book to readers from 9 to 12 years. I would rate this book at 8-10. A good book.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Logan
'Kidnap in the Caribbean' is a fantastic book because Laura and Sky win a cruise to the Caribbean Laura cannot contain her excitement when she wins a trip to the Caribbean for herself and her uncle, Calvin Redfern, especially when her best friend, Tariq, and her three-legged husky, Skye, accidentally find themselves on board too. But when they dock at Antigua, they discover that Calvin Redfern has vanished, and Laura and Tariq are about to be kidnapped by the fearsome Straight a gang. Dramatic escapes, an erupting volcano and a race against time to stop the deadly undercover 'Marine Concern' make Laura's second adventure every bit as exciting as the first.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Logan, aged 10
The Kidnap in the Caribbean is a fantastic book because Laura and Sky win a cruise to the Caribbean. Laura cannot contain her excitement when she wins a trip to the Caribbean for herself and her uncle, Calvin Redfern, especially when her best friend, Tariq, and her three-legged husky, Skye, accidentally find themselves on board too. But when they dock at Antigua, they discover that Calvin Redfern has vanished, and Laura and Tariq are about to be kidnapped by the fearsome Straight a gang. Dramatic escapes, an erupting volcano and a race against time to stop the deadly undercover 'Marine Concern' make Laura's second adventure every bit as exciting as the first.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Edward, aged 11
It's one of my favourite books ever. It was amazing and really exciting! I had a really good time reading it!
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Edward, aged 11
It's one of my favourite books ever. It was amazing and really exciting! I had a really good time reading it!
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Emily, aged 10
This book is a real adventure there's twists and turns and excitement it was also a bit scary and sad at times!!!! :-)
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Hasnat, aged 11
It was an amazing book I absolutely loved it. I didn't want it to finish
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Brooklyn, aged 11
I think Kidnap in the Caribbean is very dramatic and very good. I think this book is very good because of its scene! Normally people would have picked somewhere like: America, UK or any other place but the Caribbean is a brilliant scene for the book. I recommend this book to others who like drama and mysteries.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Nimra, aged 9
I didn't like this book it was a bit boring I think you should make a book that is interesting. I would never like to read a book like this.
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John reviewed by Callum, aged 10
This book has real expression and you can feel what the people feel in the story. The next people that will read it will love it. At some parts it is sad but that is what makes the reader carry on reading. At the beginning it is a great introduction so it makes you read on.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Amy, aged 10
A superb book, a great adventure when Grace goes back in time to listen to part of her Mum's childhood. I would recommend this to all readers. Please read this book, it is a great experience, part of life in World War 2. ..
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Mariya, aged 10
This book was the best book ever. I thought it was mind blowing. It only took me one night to read it-I was that hooked in!!
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Aamina, aged 10
I didn't actually like this book but it was okay. My best part was when they were at the beach and an old woman and old man were watching them play with Manfred. They named the dog right after her toy dog which she named Little Manfred until it broke. Her parents bought her a new dog real of course and she named it Manfred after her old dog.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Raheema, aged 10
I didn't really like Little Manfred. It was boring because nothing really happened in it other than an old man once again met a little child that he met when he was in the World War. My favourite character was the mum because she was so pleased to see the old man she met when she was young and she really liked the wooden dog (Little Manfred) thats why she started crying when dad broke the toy.
My favourite part was when the old man walked into the house and when both the mum and the old man saw each other, it was a really happy moment and as I was reading that part I felt really happy.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Iky, aged 10
I think this book was not really my type, it quite made me sleep.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Saddiqa, aged 9
My favourite part is when Walter created a dog for Grace and she named it little Manfred. The unhappy part is when bombs and explosions hit the earth and it trembles. I recommend this book for class readers because it's very interesting also if I was a boy I'd enjoy it because it has football photos at the end with information. A fabulous book to read!
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Isabel, aged 9
Little Manfred is a very emotional book. Once I had started it I just couldn't stop. It is all about two men called Walter and Manfred. Walter is hurt so a English ship helps them. Manfred and Walter meet a man called Marty. Manfred and Walter are looking for mines when a terrible accident happens. It's a must read. Make sure you have a tissue around when you read.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Caitlin, aged 10
I loved this book it is a great to read.
I like how they like going to the beach.
I recommend this to anyone who likes World War 2.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Aliyha, aged 9
I didn't really like Little Manfred. It was boring because nothing really happened in it other than an old man once again met a little child that he met when he was in the World War. My favourite character was the mum because she was so pleased to see the old man she met when she was young and she really liked the wooden dog (Little Manfred) that's why she started crying when dad broke the toy.
My favourite part was when the old man walked into the house and when both the mum and the old man saw each other, it was a really happy moment and as I was reading that part I felt really happy.

I would give this book 5/10
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Tamina, aged 9
This book was interesting. I was sad and a bit silly. My favourite character was Alex because he always followed his big sis Charley around and was very annoying. However, the sad part was when Walter, a German man, told the story about his friend Manfred and also that Grace, Charley's mum, called her wooden dog Little Manfred. She called the dog Little Manfred because Manfred made it for her before the journey back to Germany. I loved this book and want to read more of Michael Morpurgo's books in the future. Recommended to children of all ages.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Nimra, aged 9
I think this book is great because I like to read about beaches and I was shocked to find out that Manfred was a dog I thought it would be a boy. I was surprised to find out Alex was a football player. It was great to hear that Alex had a sister called Charley. Alex called Manfred Mannie sometimes. But the story is a bit sad. Most of all I think your story was interesting so I'd like to read another book of yours.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Aisha, aged 10
I thought the book was very interesting. It was quite weird when all of a sudden new characters popped in because I did not know who they were. Little Manfred was the second book I read, I thought it was a little emotional about the dog. I really liked this book, loads of children in my class liked it very much too. Have you ever read it because if you have not read it before, buy it from a shop or borrow it from a library. Loads of people like stories about dogs and if they have not read this one they should surely read it. You can even gift this book as a present on somebody's birthday it is that good. As soon as we started this thing - fantastic book award - I was really keen.
I would definitely recommend it to friends or family and I would give it 9/10
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Taiyba , aged 10
The characters in this book were Grace, Charlie, Walter, Alex, Marty and Mannie the dog. My favourite characters were Marty and Charlie because Charlie has frightening emotions. I like Marty because he is very helpful just like me. My favourite part was when Marty helps fix Little Manfred's wheel. I would recommend this book for people aged 8-12. I would give this book 10/10. This book has different and calm places.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Ellie, aged 10
I loved this book it is well good couldn't take my head out of it read it everyone you will love it I loved that it was about the war and children
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Moizz, aged 10
I liked tthe book this is my second favourite FBA the descrption was good I would give it ten out of ten (10/10).
I even liked the the front cover I would give it ten out of ten aswell (10/10)
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Ayman, aged 9
I would give little manfred 6/10
This book is all about a little girl called Charley and her little brother called Alex. They walk their dog called Manfred everyday, once they spot two men staring at sea. they went up to the two old men and asked all about them. The two old men knew a lot about Charley and her Mum they also knew where they live.

I would recommend this book for 7 to 10 years olds.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Joshua, aged 11
I hated it - boo
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Buddy, aged 12
This book is good but it just isn't for me. It's about a dog and a boy . I don't want to spoil it so I won't tell you that much about it, but I would rate it : ** stars and age recommended 6+
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Joseph, aged 11
I don't recommend this book because it does not want to make you read on to see what happens
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Harry , aged 10-11
I found this book really good. It is hard to get into at the start but if you read on you will find it really good. I recommend it to boys and girls between the age of 8 and 12, but if you like war stories you must read it because it is quite cool.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Aamina, aged 9
The sad bit was at the end when there was a huge explosion. That was really, really sad. The happy bit was when the two men met Charlie. I would recommend this book to people who like happy and sad books.
I would give it 9/10.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Ruby, aged 11
I really liked reading Little Manfred, the story line was very good.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Jessica, aged 10
Really, really good, but not the best.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Harry, aged 10-11
I wish people would just read on with this book because if you do it is really good and if you like gory stuff then you must read it, 75% liked it.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Abdur, aged 10
This book is based on World War 2 and there is a dog called Manny, some times he's called Manfred. One boy and girl are on a beach and they find men called Walter and Marty and they have been in World War 2. This book would be suitable for people interested in the World Wars (ages 5,6,7,8 and 9). I like this book because there is some fighting, football and the World War.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Ellie, aged 9
I really like the book Little Manfred because I like the characters and the pictures.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Holly, aged 9
I think that this book was excellent. But it got boring just after the start. But also my favourite character was Little Manfred the dog he was loving and caring. I would recommend this book to someone who likes sad stories.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Jack, aged 10
Little Manfred is really good and interesting it is one of the shortest books I have read but it is a very good one and is very mysterious because they were talking to strangers before they even got to them. My favourite part was when they were doing the flashback to when they were younger on the Bismarck and then being saved by the HMS Dorsetshire. My favourite character was Walter. I would rate this book an eight out of ten. I would recommend it to people who like short stories and in an age group of five to eight.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Archie, aged 11
I couldn’t really compare Little Manfred to any other books. In just a short story it got across a lovely message: everyone is our friend, even if you had been fighting them for six years. The bond between Charley’s mum and Manfred was amazingly strong and they’d only known each other for a short while. I liked this book as much as any other Michael Morpurgo book. My favourite character was Alex. He asked silly questions and reminded me of when my brother was younger. I enjoyed reading this book and am going to give it 8/10. A good read.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Harry, aged 11
‘Little Manfred’ is my favourite book yet. I enjoyed reading the book because it was quite sad when Manfred was blown up. My favourite character was Manfred because he was brave and kept strong whilst in the POW camp. I would say the book is suitable for children between the ages of 8 and 13 because it is sad at times. The book is based on Walter and Manfred who are involved in the Second World War on the German ship, the Bismark. I would rate the book 9 out of 10.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Hermione, aged 10
I adore this book andit is one of my favourite books. My favourite bit from the book is when Walter told the children about his time in the war with his best friend Manfred. I thought that the dog was very cute. My favourite character was mum because she was very attached to the little toy dog, called little Manfred. She called it that because Walter's friend Manfred had died the night that they were going to give it to her, but Manfred had died that night as well. That’s why she called it little Manfred. I think the age group for this book would be 7 to 10 because it's a very easy book. The picture were very clear as well. I loved this book.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Hassan, aged 10
It was a great book I have never read a book better than this, it is my favourite book.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Hasnat, aged 11
It was one of the best books I have ever read. It was quite sad but really enjoyable to read.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Rafiul, aged 11
It was a fantastic book because it was really dramatic and fun.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Millie, aged 10
Little Manfred was really good and exciting it was realistic, it was exciting and interesting. Great book!
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Tayyiba, aged 11
Little Manfred was a really good book, and I really enjoyed it, the characters were good it was a bit sad but I could not stop reading it. I read it in 2 nights.
Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo Little Manfred by Michael Morpurgo reviewed by Mollie, aged 10.i'll be 11 next week
Little Manfred was a very emotional book.I thought it was very sweet and it certainly got my attention when I read the first line. It just shows how sad life can be. It inspires me because my grandmas got a dog which has been with me since I've been a baby and it brings back memories. I know the dog will meet its end soon but i know i can use this book to remember him by and it will help me know that hes always there and you should never forget or stop believing in him.The little Manfred book is definitely a keeper. thank you.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Olivia, aged 9
I think that the book is good for people that like funny books.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Charlotte, aged 9
I thought it was funny because of the moon hare and his accent. Also PJ being bossy (I all most fell of my chair)!!!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Abygail, aged 10
This book is amazing I recommend it to all family and friends. So stop what your doing, pick up this book and read it now.....yyeeeeeaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Aamina, aged 10
I think this book was fantastic. All the characters were funny but my favourite character was the Moon Hare because he was clever and dumb at the same time. I never quite liked the king because he was too fussy and never appreciated what he had. I think the girl was too spoilt and wanted everything , she wanted a dragon and her parents bought a dragon for her but when it arrived she never fed it or took it for a walk even though dragons fly. I would recommend this book 100/100 At the end I think the lesson was never ever have a pet dragon!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Kimberley , aged 10
I would give this book four stars.
It is about a girl that's very bossy and she is asked and asking asking for a dragon.

You can't put it down when you get started, I had to sneak it into bed.
The best book I have ever read.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Mariya, aged 10
This book was ok. My favourite character was the moon hare because he was daft and interesting at the same time. The girl was fussy and funny-I want a dragon now!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Nicola, aged 9
The Magnificent Moon Hare was ok but I slowly started to lose interest in it, because it went really good and then a bit bad once or twice.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Olivia, aged 9
The book was ok. The setting was good and a bit funny .The book is good and funny.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Alex, aged 10
It was a very good book including lots of imagination and fun characters. My favourite character was Sandra!!!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Raheema, aged 10
I think that the Magnificent Moon Hare was ok because it didn't have that much action in it and I like books with a lot of action in it. My favourite character was the Moon Hare because he was very clever and always thought up the perfect plans, I also liked him because he stopped P.J from being so spoilt. My favourite part was when the king was hanging upside down because it sounded funny and it made me laugh.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Aamina, aged 9
In the Magnificent Moon Hare my favourite characters are the Moon Hare, P.J and Sandara the dragon. They are my favourite characters because Sandara wants a sponge cake with blue icing on top of it. I also like the moon hare because he says his name is CrampyFlampyPuff and also like P.J because first she wants a dragon then she doesn't. They all lived in a huge house that`s how Sandra can fit inside it. I would recommend this book to people who laugh a lot. My rating is 10 out of 10.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Ayman, aged 9
I think this book was quite funny and interesting. My favourite part was when the moon hare was talking and P.G thought that he was on the moon. I also like the part where King Rupert had sent a letter that said we need the Queen back or else I'll chop King Winston's head off. It was actually quite funny. I think everybody would like this book so I give it definitely 10/10. It was the best read ever. Who would ever disagree with this? The way the moon hare spoke was really funny it was unbelievable. I think 7-13 year olds would enjoy this book.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Beth, aged 11
This book was rubbish because it was babyish and a bit strange.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Amina, aged 10
I thoroughly enjoyed my book (The Magnificent Moon Hare). I would recommend this book for somebody who likes a bit of comedy. Age-wise I'd recommend this book for children who really enjoy reading. I would also recommend this book for adults as well. My favourite character was the moon hare because at times he's quite funny. My favourite part was when PJ and the moon hare fooled King Rupert by putting the chess piece in his pocket. But King Rupert kidnaps King Winstonand he's going to get him executed by Darren. Why? Who's going to save him? And whoever is going to save him will they get there in time? Have a read and find out.I would give this book ten out of ten because this book is totally my type and I couldn't stop reading!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Aamina H, aged 10
In this book there are some amazingly funny things. If you love to read open this book and read it! This is about a rabbit named CrampyFlampyPuff who is the moon hare. If you want to find more out about this fantastic book open it and ENJOY!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Aliyha, aged 10
I thoroughly enjoyed my book (The Magnificent Moon Hare). I would recommend this book for somebody who likes a bit of comedy. Age-wise I'd recommend this book for children who really enjoy reading. I would also recommend this book for adults as well. My favourite character was the moon hare because at times he's quite funny. My favourite part was when PJ and the moon hare fooled King Rupert by putting the chess piece in his pocket. But King Rupert kidnaps King Winstonand he's going to get him executed by Darren. Why? Who's going to save him? And whoever is going to save him will they get there in time? Have a read and find out. I would give this book ten out of ten because this book is totally my type and I couldn't stop reading
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Moizz, aged 10
I liked the book (The Magnificent Moon Hare) because I liked the description of it and how it started the beggining of the story. I even liked the ending of it as well. I would give it 10/10.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Issie, aged 10
I really enjoyed this book because it had so much humour in it and also loved the characters. My favourite character was the moon hair because he was funny and liked to put objects down the stripy that he stole from PJ's wardrobe. Also I liked PJ because she changed her attitude at the end of the book and became a better person. I would give this book 5/5 and I would recommend it to my friends.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Harry, aged 11
The Magnificent Moon Hare was a book purposely written for a younger age range and it was quite childish and boring. The story was about a moon Hare who was sent on a quest to rescue King Winston from getting his head chopped off, but in my opinion, the story dragged on too long. At the start I was curious about what was going to happen but towards the end I lost all interest in the story. I enjoyed the fact parts of the text were written in italics. It was also written in different fonts and sizes. In the end I didn't enjoy the book but someone around the age of 8 might not agree with me. In the end would rate the book 2/10.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Archie, aged 11
The book The Magnificent Moon Hare was a tad too young for me. That's probably why I coudn't get into it. The stroppy princess, talking animals and the story line weren't my thing.
However I did like the use of font changing to emphasise points and the drawings were very well drawn.
Another reason why I didn't enjoy the book was because the story itself was too predictable for my liking and I like books that keep you on the the edge of your seat and this book didn't provide that. The story line was too simple with not enough problems throughout.
It all comes down to opinion and some people will like this kind of story but it wasn't my cup of tea. My little sister might have liked it but the literature would be too progressive.
Overall I would give this book a 3/10 for its weaknesses.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Hermione, aged nine
I really liked this story because it was simple and easy for me to read.It had pictures init so it felt like I was in the story.What I didn't get was when they were showing who everyone was, because the Moon Hare was called different things on his body.It was really exiting when PJ got a dragon [called Sandra] because it was making a mess around the tidy castle!
Sandra had purple scales. Sandra was a bit bad tempered, which is why he messed up the castle. What really made him bad tempered was that PJ called him Sandra when actually he was a boy!
PJ, Moon Hare and Sandra all went to save the king [King Winston]. He could have had his head chopped off! My favorite character is the Moon Hare, because he is funny.
In my opinion it's a good book!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Jack, aged 10
The book "The Magnificent Moon Hare" was a really good book, I found it a bit more childish than I expected. I think it dragged on a bit too much; I would not want to read it again. The part that was a bit funny was the moon hare collecting things in his stripy pants. The other funny part was the silly dragon having reading glasses. I do not know what marzipan is. I would recommend this book as an age limit of 5 to 8 and a rating of 2 out of 10. It is definitely not the best book in the world but it was not the worst. It was funny in some parts but the other parts were boring rescuing the king from getting his head chopped off dragged on too long.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Logan, aged 10
My favourite character was the magnificent Moon Hare because of his entertaning names and also due to his extraodinary behaviour and P.J was as bossy and stubborn.The most dramatic part about the book was when P.J went to save her dad (the king). He was dangling down by a piece of rope and she had to cut the rope to rescue him and then they flew away on a dragan called Sandra. I would have preferred it if P.J wasn't as bossy all the time. She was even bossy when she got her dad back. I enjoyed the book from start to finish. The Moon Hare went one night and then came back. P.J was surprised and gave him a big hug because she really wanted a Moon Hare and she did
not want him to go and the Moon Hare said I want fun games and jokes and tricks and lots of fantastic stuff and with that, he gave the elastic on his green stripy tights a TWANG.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Aneesa, aged 10
My favourite characters are the moon hare, Sandra the dragon and P.J (Petunia Joy.) I like the dragon because his passion is eating human flesh. In my opinion, the moon hare is hilarious because everything he finds, he puts into his pants and at the end his pants are so stuffed he can't walk! P.J loves getting her own way. I recommend this book to the ones aged seven or over. Out of ten I would definitely rate this a ten.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Aliyah, aged 9
I think this book was rally funny. My favourite characters are the moon hare, P.J, Sandra the dragon and King Winston. I choose the moon hare because he is very funny also he takes things that don't belong to him. I choose P.J because she wants everything and is very moody. I choose Sandra because he is the moon hare's best friend. I choose King Winston because he gets kidnapped by King Rupert.

I give it 10 stars out of 10.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Joshua, aged 11
Great book I would definitely recommend it! Worth a read
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Joshua, aged 10
The Magnificent Moon Hare has strange but exciting characters.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Rachael, aged 10
I thought it was brilliant and great for younger readers!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Joseph, aged 11
Its funny but not that good of a book
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Joseph, aged 11
Its funny but not that good of a book
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Harry, aged 10-11
I loved it, you must read it, it is really funny, so get it and read it NOW!!!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Jimmy, aged 11
This book was best I liked it because the characters were imaginative and exciting 10/10
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Tamina, aged 10
This book was interesting. My favourite characters are P.J, The Moon Hare and Sandra the dragon. P.J. Petulant likes presents, crisps and getting her own way. Sandra is a dragon but she really is a boy! It is very funny and I would recommend it for people who are into comedy. Children between 4-10 would love this book because my sister is 5 and she really enjoyed listening to me read it. Great job Sue Monroe! 9/10!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Amy, aged 11
I love this book, especially the comedy! I just wish that there could be a second book. I couldn't take my mind of it!!! I RECOMMEND TO ALL READERS.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Hamna, aged 10
This book is about a princess who tells the King and Queen that she wants a dragon, so they do. Then she sees the Moon Hare in the moon. The Moon Hare comes one day to rescue the King from the other King by a little help from the dragon. The dragon and the Moon Hare knew each other. The moon hare goes back to the moon. I think that it's suitable for people who like animals and also children who are aged 8-10 years old. I would recommend the book to everyone!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Joseph, aged 11
It was jamazing. Extra funny.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Lewis, aged 11
Wow! This book is amazing, pick it up now soooooooo funny!!!! Lol.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Amelia, aged 11
I found this book really funny and I would like people to read.
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Ruhan, aged 10
I loved the book! It was the best book I've ever read, and it is seriously funny :)(:
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Rayaz
It is an amazing book and very funny. it also is very long with lot of description. the story is about PJ and the Moon Hare on a quest to save King Winston from his chopped off!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Nimra , aged 9
I love this book because this is the best book I have read so far due the fact I like the part when the moon hare appears in petunia joy's bed room. I would love to read another book like this. I think this book was very fascinating I recommend this in age groups 8 and over. MAGNIFICENT BOOK!!!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Cerri-Joanne, aged 10
I thought this book a very good book with plenty of detail. I liked it so much I went back to the library to see if they had the sequel. I found it and enjoyed it as much as the first one. I would have to say my favourite character is Sandra the marzipan loving dragon.The name was given to the dragon before they found out what gender it was and P.J. realized after she named it that Sandra was actually a boy, but the name still stuck.This book is probably just right for me as it is funny and nothing too bad in it.The Moon Hare "borrows" a few clothes from P.J. and seems to be able to fit everything in them.It is quite an adventurous book as King Winston (P.J.'s dad) gets accused of stealing something from the castle next door and the King of that castle (King Rupert) has a go at chopping his head off but The Moon Hare isn't called Magnificent for nothing.He comes to save the day.....I'm sure other people would LOVE to read this book and would enjoy it as much as i did maybe even more.....
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Freya, aged 11
In a weird way, its a very odd, but very funny book. I love the fact that Sandra (the dragon) is a boy and the moon hare says his real name is CrampyFlampyPuff! I also love that Sandra is really desperate for a sponge cake with blue icing! But PJ`s dad (king Winston) is in trouble because his neighbor (King Rupert) thinks that king Winston stole his favorite chess piece and takes him prisoner. King Rupert threatens to chop off king Winston's head unless he returns the chess piece ( neither of them know where it is ) and the executioners name is......wait for it .........wait for it...................DARREN!!!!
The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe The Magnificent Moon Hare by Sue Monroe reviewed by Adam, aged 10
I think this book is amazing. At first when I saw this book I thought it was for children but I was wrong. When I read this it was the best book I have ever read definitely 5 star.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Amy, aged 10
A heartbreaking, but also really funny book. You
never know what's going to happen next. Suddenly
Disaster strikes. Can anything cure this great money
lost? Read this book to discover a great adventure.
I recommend this to all readers!!!
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Ruby, aged 11
To be honest I really don't request this book I found this book very boring the whizz pop chocolate shop was better.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Mariya, aged 10
Boring!
This book was nothing. I hope the doesn't take this offensively, but it was rubbish.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Natasha, aged 9
A boy named Billy Grimshaw Jones is thrilled about the new baby coming, because it means that Billy, his Mum, Dad and little brother Stan get to move to a new bigger house:17 Morgington Road, which has four bedrooms!

Billy has a best friend called Big Lauren who always tells him if you do this or that at high school then it will make you look/sound like a baby, and you will get your head flushed down the toilet by some mean, older kids.

When Mum loses her job...Billy and his family won't be able to move house.Tragedy!So Billy's family have to cancel Sky T.V, have discount deals food and many more things too!

Mum's car breaks down on the motorway, so they need a new car too.
I wouldn't want to be in Billy's situation, would you?

When Billy was walking past Kyle Perry's house (a popular boy in his school)he saw Mrs Perry mad at Mr Perry and throwing things out of the window. One of the things was an envelope that Billy caught in his hands when he was walking past. In the envelope was lots of £20 notes. Billy wondered how it would all fit in as there was that much money.

Mr Perry tells the police that lots of money has been stolen. Billy then finds out that Mr Perry told the police he had some money stolen, then realised that it must have been the money that Mrs Perry threw out of the window.

Billy tells his dad about this and his dad helps to sort things out and returns the money.

The moral of the story is that Billy realises that money does not buy happiness.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Alex, aged 10
I wouldn't really recommend this book as the only way I can read a whole book is if it has a good beginning and this book kind of didn't.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Raheema, aged 10
I think that The Money, Stan (big Lauren and me) was really boring. I had no idea what was happening in the story because I just didn't want to read it, it was rubbish.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Aamina, aged 10
I think this book was one of the best books I have ever read. I liked the characters especially because they were full of excitement and they went on lots of fun adventures, the title was catchy too!
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Beth, aged 11
I didn't like this book because it was very hard to get into and wasn't my kind of book to read, but others may like it more than me.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Archie, aged 11
The book 'The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me' was slow to start of with. In my opinion some events, like fighting over what to watch on TV and the argument over whether Stan should be allowed in Billy's room, didn't need to be in the book. I have to say it didn't stop me from enjoying the book. When Billy had all that money and no one else knew,it made me feel like I was in his place and I felt guilty and frightened. Whilst I was reading about the false alarm with the baby, I fell for it and thought the baby was coming! Some characters, like Big Lauren and Stan, made the book lively and funny. Some things Stan said and the time he dyed his hair purple made me laugh.
Overall I enjoyed the second half of the book better then the first half. I would rate this book 7/10.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Harry, aged 11
The book, 'The Money,Stan,Big Lauren and Me,' was a little slow moving and lacked in excitement to start off with. Some of the arguments like, what to watch on TV,or whether his family were allowed in his room were a little boring and pointless. However as the story thoroughly progressed further, about midway through it improved and more things started to happening like when they were hoping to move to 17 Mornington Street or when Billy and Stan started going to bingo with their nan so they had a chance of winning some money. Towards the end the story it improved drastically because it made me as if I was Billy when his mum was in hospital when everyone thought she was in labour but it was just a false alarm. My opinion's that overall I enjoyed the book, but I think it could be a more exciting and funnier read.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Aamina, aged 9
My favourite characters are dad and mum. They are my favourite characters because dad works in a factory which he makes pies also when you walk past them you can smell the delicious meat and onion. I like mum because mum doesn't care about anything she only cares about money. I would recommend this book to people who love money. Out of ten I would give it eight out of ten.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Aliyha, aged 10
A boy named Billy Grimshaw Jones is thrilled about the new baby coming, because it means that Billy, his Mum, Dad and little brother Stan get to move to a new bigger house:17 Morgington Road, which has four bedrooms!
Billy has a best friend called Big Lauren who always tells him if you do this or that at high school then it will make you look/sound like a baby, and you will get your head flushed down the toilet by some mean, older kids.
When Mum loses her job...Billy and his family won't be able to move house.Tragedy!So Billy's family have to cancel Sky T.V, have discount deals food and many more things too!
Mum's car breaks down on the motorway, so they need a new car too.
I wouldn't want to be in Billy's situation, would you?
When Billy was walking past Kyle Perry's house (a popular boy in his school)he saw Mrs Perry mad at Mr Perry and throwing things out of the window. One of the things was an envelope that Billy caught in his hands when he was walking past. In the envelope was lots of £20 notes. Billy wondered how it would all fit in as there was that much money.
Mr Perry tells the police that lots of money has been stolen. Billy then finds out that Mr Perry told the police he had some money stolen, then realised that it must have been the money that Mrs Perry threw out of the window.
Billy tells his dad about this and his dad helps to sort things out and returns the money.
The moral of the story is that Billy realises that money does not buy happiness.
I would give this book 10/10 and so does my little sister.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Jack, aged 10
The book "The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me" was hilarious and funny. Parts of it I did not understand like the bounty bar part, but until it got going on page 110, there was not enough action. I liked the part when they found out about the money under Billy's pillow. I did not like the part about the accident with the baby. I thought that it was quite scary. My favourite part was the part about "Britain’s Got Talent". That was a good idea for the writer. I would read it again if I ever had the chance to. It is a great book so I would recommend it to most people. It is however,not the best book in the world but it is worth reading, so thanks again for letting me read it.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Caitlin, aged 10
I like this book although, there was no need for the bad language.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Hermione, aged 9
I liked the book, because it was a sort of relaxed book. Until I got to page 92, because Billy's mum was bleeding because the baby was broken, so she went in to hospital. Before long, it was ok and it settled down a bit. It was really exciting when Billy got into bed, and found an envelope! At the end of his bed .It started talking to him .It kept on saying open me billy open me! When the envelope had stopped talking, Billy opened it and found £5,540 that was my favourite bit because it was very exciting and I like exciting books. In my opinion I think it’s a very cool book. However it's not really my sort of book, but other people will like it, because people are different. It’s not my kind of book because I like adventure and scary books.
My favourite character is Big Lauren because she is weird and very funny. She never shuts up like my best friend!
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Peter, aged 10
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me is a brilliant book. First it starts with a page from the main character's diary explaining the name of the main character his brother and his step-dad. After three and a half pages the book starts properly. A hilarious and brilliant book. I really liked it the only part I didn't understand was the part about the Bounties. I really liked the part about the money and the part about feeding the hamster the money. If I ever had the chance, I would read it again (even though this isn't the best book in the world). If people asked about children’s books, I would highly recommend this book to them. Also I would recommend this book to a 9 to 12 year old. It was a thoroughly enjoyable book and I wish I could read it again.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Tamina, aged 10
This book is brilliant but it has some inappropriate language for younger children. This book explains the life of a boy named Billy Grimshaw Jones and he has a friend called Big Lauren (or that's what he calls her) teaches him all the things you need to know about high school. It is really funny because they get a new Sky box and love watching man vs food. They need to get a big house and Mum's new boyfriend is moving in. Billy doesn't like him that much. I would recommend this book to 8_14 yrs old. 7/10! Well done Joanna Nadin!
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Lewis, aged 10
Great book - stop and pick it up now - so funny
YEEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHHH
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Alessio, aged 10
I didn't like the book it was rather boring and there was no need for the language. I would not recommend it to anyone.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Katie, aged 11
I didn't like this book as much as 'Kidnap in the Caribbean'. Many of my friends didn't like it. I would rate this book 2 out of 10. It wasn't my style. I would say that this book is for 12-14 year olds.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Macy and Bridget, aged 10 and 11
I liked nothing about this book, it was rubbish I rate 1/10
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Aneesa, aged 10
The characters in this story are Billy Grimshaw-Jones, his brother Stan, his mum and dad and his best friend Big Lauren. Big Lauren always tells Billy what to do and what not to do at secondary school otherwise he will get his head flushed down the toilet. Billy would like to move to a bigger house but unfortunately, Mum lost her job and could no longer afford it. Some words are inappropriate for younger children therefore, I would recommend this book to the ages over five.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Nimra, aged 9
I don't like this book because it has unappropriate words for children in this book. This book dosen't have any of my favourite stuff in this book and this book is also boring I'd never read a book like this again this book should be for 12-14 years old.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Hamna, aged 10
This book is about a boy named Billy Grimshaw Jones and his mum married a man named Dave. He's got a brother named Stan, and a friend called Big Lauren. His mum is going to have a baby, so they have to move to a new house. But then his mum loses her job! And they'll have to buy from cheap shops, but he doesn't want to so he makes a plan. With the aid of little brother Stan and best friend Bif Lauren, Billy sets out to make his fortune. Nothing seems to work, until Billy stumbles across an envelope full of twenty pound notes that adds up to £5,345, whilst crossing a boy's house and the boy's mum accidentally seemed to drop it. He hides the money but he didn't seem to feel any better. So he decides to lie that he is going to an x-factor audition, but instead he goes to the airport, and his mum's friend spots him and calls him Dave, but Dave doesn't say anything to Billy's mum. And Billy's mum gets a baby.

I think that children 8-12 years old would like this book, especially those children that think that they are poor, so that they can learn that money isn't everything about life.

I would recommend this book so that everyone knows that money isn't everything in life.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Taiyba, aged 10
I don`t bother with this book because it has words that were very inappropiate for small children.
Anyway my favourite character was Billy, because he is really the main person. My favourite part was when Billy found some money which was an interesting part. I would recommend this for people aged 10-20. I would give it 1 out of 10.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Ellie, aged 10
I absalutly love this book. I couldnt get my head out of it. I recamend it to all readers. The one thing I don't get is why does it swear in a child's book?
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Harry, aged 10-11
Can't get into it. Don't like it, worst read ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Don't like the diary style.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Amelia, aged 11
I found it really hard to get into it. About after page 120 I got into it.
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Ambia, aged 10
I thought this book was brilliant it was really interesting because this book is about when Lauren took money and then she gave it back
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Emily, aged 10
I think it was a good book because it was exciting, nerve racking, happy and excellent book!!!
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Ruhan, aged 10
It was a sad story
The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin The Money, Stan, Big Lauren and Me by Joanna Nadin reviewed by Abby, aged 10
It was a real riviting read and I like all the bits about wanting the money and the fact that they wanted to go on Britains Got Talent (The show where the people of Britain use their talents to compete for a cash prize) The Money, Stan, Big Lauren & Me really was a humoured book and I loved every word of it!! All the words made sense and really set the scene of a family that was in need of money. 9/10! :)
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Livvie, aged 11
This book was good and had a fabulous story-line but a little bit hard to get into.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Kimberley , aged 10
This book is really interesting and it is about a girl and her father and him being very strange. I could not put the book down at night because it is really sad and I wanted to know what would happen next. I would recommend this to any child over seven.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Renee , aged 10
Moon Pie is a sad but fantastic book about a young girl called Martha who is worried about her dad and wants to know what's wrong with him. She has to look after her little brother and even bath him.
I think it is an interesting book.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Mariya, aged 10
It was interesting and hooked me in quickly. I thought it was a sad and mind-blowing book.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Raheema, aged 10
I thought Moon Pie was great, it really hooked me in. My favourite character was the dad because he went crazy to see his children which was a bit funny. My favourite part was when Martha and her dad kept meeting up and her dad told her that there was a show she could act in but, when she asked her Grandma she says no, so Martha decided that she was going to go secretly with her father and that was a happy part which made me happy because for once they were all together again.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Rebekah, aged 10
I thought it was a great book I would recommend it to all readers it can be sad in some parts but it's usually funny.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Caitlin, aged 10
I really liked this book, although it has some sad moments,
but it has happy moments as well.
I think this is a good family book to read.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Jasmine, aged 10
I found this book a little hard to get into. I recommend it to 9 and 8 year olds.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Rowan, aged 9
I thought it was an excellent book and I would gladly read it again. It is very sad and you feel empathetic for Martha when her dad starts relying on alcohol to live. Ever since Martha's mum died he had been acting weird. Then they found the bottles...
I would recommend it for 9+!
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Alex, aged 10
It was hard to get into, but it was a kind of good book!
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Aliyha, aged 10
I thought Moon Pie was great, it really hooked me in. My favourite character was the dad because he went crazy to see his children which was a bit funny. My favourite part was when Martha and her dad kept meeting up and her dad told her that there was a show she could act in but, when she asked her Grandma she says no, so Martha decided that she was going to go secretly with her father and that was a happy part which made me happy because for once they were all together again.
I would give this book 9/10
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Ellie, aged 10
The book was really good best book I have read so far
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Amy Rose, aged 11
I think this book is amazing! I couldn't take my head out of the book.
I would recommend this to all readers. One thing what made me enjoy this book was that its a modern life problem. The main charecter has a diasterous life, read on to find out what happens...
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Moizz, aged 10
I did not like this because it wasn't that good but I would give eight out of ten (8/10)
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Rachael, aged 10
This book was a fantastic book. I would recommend it for older readers and rate it 1,000,000 out of 10
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Katie, aged 11
I love this book! It has every element of a really good book. My favourite part has to be when Martha does her audition for the film, I was really hooked in! I give it a big 1,000,000 out of 10!
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Tamina , aged 10
Moon pie is an OK book. It didn't catch my attention. I got bored during half of it because it was hard to get into. It was sad during the middle. I would recommend this book for 9 year olds. Out of ten I would give it 3!! Sorry Simon Mason.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Harry, aged 11
The book ‘Moon Pie’ was a good book overall. However I wouldn't have said this at the start because I found it very boring and meaningless, but as the story progressed I got into the character of Martha and understood her position. My favourite character was Martha because she was involved all the way through the book and tried to help her dad get out of his addiction and succeeded in the end. She was also very grown up and acted as if she was a mother to Tug and also her dad. I would rate the book 4 stars.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Archie, aged 11
Moon Pie was the best FBA book I’ve read. It wasn’t too good at the beginning but got better with issues that didn’t go on and on. I liked Martha but preferred Tug. He was funny but didn’t destroy the tense feeling between Martha and her dad. It raised issues like alcoholism and the caring problems which brought in Social Services. Their grandma and grandpa were very stern and I felt sorry for Martha having to be in that situation. I think Martha dealt well when her dad was an alcoholic. It had a perfect ending! Hollywood! I give 9/10!
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Hermione, aged Nine
I think that Moon Pie is a good book. It's a sad book because Martha, who is the main character, has to look after her little brother Tug and her dad. Her dad has been acting strange because his wife has died. Martha is a little bossy but very gentle, Tug loves pies he said that his favourite pie is steak and kidney. Martha's dad is very crazy, he climbs onto the house roof, locks himself out off the house and doesn't like to talk about his wife. My favourite character is Tug, he is funny, load and keeps the book interesting because I didn't know what he would do next. I would defiantly recommend this book to a friend, I hope I enjoy next book I read as much as this one!
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Jack, aged 10
The Moon Pie is a brilliant book. I would rate it an nine out of ten because it is very good. I would recommend it to the age group of over nine because it is quite emotional and upsetting for people of an age under this limit. I think my favourite person was Tug because he was unusual and did not like doing things the normal way. My least favourite person was Martha because she was boring and she kept looking at the moon .The strangest person in the story was Marcus. He was cool and smart he was dramatic and theatrical.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Abi and Eleanor, aged 10
We think that this book is upsetting, rude and disturbing, the list goes on!
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Taiyba, aged 10
My favourite character was Tug because he had emotional feelings. The best bit was when they went to Marcus`s house and he was saying Tug was strange and that is true! I would give this book 3 stars out of 10. I would recommend this book for people aged 8-11. In this book Martha and Tug get a surprise from their dad.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Edward, aged 11
I loved it! It was a brilliantly written book. It was quite sad but the ending was really happy. One of my favourite books!
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Emily, aged 10
I think it was a really good book because it was tense, exciting, sad and happy and a there was lots of excitement and a good book needs all those things especially tension!!!!! :-)
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Millie, aged 10
I think it was really good because there were all sorts of emotions like happy, sad, etc. It was also really tense very exciting and very realistic! :D
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Hasnat, aged 11
It was an amazing book, I loved it. It was really funny but was extremely sad.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Mollie, aged 10. I'll be 11 in a week.
I think moon pie was a fantastic book to read. It gave me a lot of description and detail about what was going on and happening in the story. It was just so superb. I think someday it could be a #1 best seller book if other people like it like I do!!! Its a very good story to write. I think the author did a brilliant job and should be proud of their work.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Gurbir, aged 10
I think it was an amazing book because it caused a lot of atmosphere, it was like you couldn't really wait so you kept on reading.The thing i also liked about the book was that sometimes the dad was on the kids side then he was drunk.The thing which was a bit sad on the kids was that he didn't say that he was an alcoholic. I thought that Martha was acting like a really good grown up because on one hand she was look aftering Tug and then on the other hand she was look aftering her dad.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Nimra, aged 9
This book was not good but also not bad. I would recommend this for ages 9 and over. I would like a book like this but adventuary because adveture books are mostly my type. I like this book a bit. I would give this book 7/10.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Aamina, aged 10
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Aamina


Moon Pie was alright. It was not that exiting for me but for other people it might exiting. Out of ten I would give it 1/10. I would recommend this book to people who like big books like Harry Potter.
Moon Pie by Simon Mason Moon Pie by Simon Mason reviewed by Abdul, aged 11
I think this book is not very exciting There are a few characters including small 5 year old named Tug an 11 year old named Martha Dr Woodley and their dad. when their dad gets drunk its up to Martha to save the day...
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Jessica, aged 10
Best book ever! This book is full of excitment from beginning to end!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Mariya, aged 10
I love this book. The characters had various emotions and they all fit in .Kate Saunders made the fantasy book real-Fantastico!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Raheema, aged 10
I thought that the Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop was a good book but I didn't like it that much because it was too confusing and I didn't know what was going on. My favourite character was Demerara because she always has a clever plan and it always works. My favourite part was when Oz got caught by Isadore.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Aimie, aged 9
I liked this book a lot. It is about two twins who move into a house and a man came to steal the boy and the girl and her friend have to rescue him and the boy gets took to Jamaica. Eventually the girl and her friend save him.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Beth, aged 11
This book is very imaginative and exciting. It is about some twins (a boy and a girl) who move into a very interesting house. There they meet a talking, bossy cat a smoking, dirty rat and a playful, invisible elephant.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Thomas, aged 10
Great book!
I think that the books characters are brilliant.
And the story is also very easy to get into.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Holly, aged 9
The book was ok, but it got boring slightly. But apart from that the book was good. My favourite character was Lilly the little girl. I would recommend this to someone who likes adventures.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Ruby, aged 11
I liked this book, it was fascinating and exciting.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Aisha, aged 10
The book Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop was an adventurous book and it was full of exciting characters. My favourite character was the mouse, Spike he was an energetic little animal!!!! This book was the first FBA book I read and got me hooked in so much!! I would recommend this to anyone who is in Yr5, Yr6, or even Yr7. It was great!!!!!!!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Alex, aged 10
This book is great, it is full of magic. I recommend this book to all readers that want a book that will make them laugh!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Ellie, aged 10
Really good book, but not my type couldn't get into it. Would recommend it to all readers.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Taiyba, aged 10
My favourite part was when Isadore was good and tries to help Oz(Oscar). The characters in the story are Mum, Dad, Demerara, Spike, Lily, Oz, Marcel, Uncle Pierre, Isadore and Elvira.My favourite characters were Oz, Isadore and Demerara. I like Isadore because he is bad in one part of the story and then he is good in the other part. I like Oz because he is very clever. I like Demerara because in the story she paints her toe nails and it is very funny. I would recommend this book for people aged 7-13 because it is very funny and easy to understand. I would give it 10/10.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Aliyah, aged 9
My favourite part is when Oz, Lily and Caydon get to know that they are secret agents. My favourite characters are Lily,Caydon,Oz,Demerara and Spike. Lily because she is always worried. Caydon because he loves skate-boarding. Oz because he gets kidnapped. Demerara because she is a talking cat and Spike because he is very funny and makes me laugh.

I enjoyed this book because lots of magic happens. I would recommend this book for people 8-13 because they will understand it properly. I will give it 10 stars out of 10!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Aliyha, aged 10
My favourite part is when Oz, Lily and Caydon get to know that they are secret agents. My favourite characters are Lily, Caydon, Oz, Demerara and Spike. Lily because she is always worried. Caydon because he loves skate-boarding. Oz because he gets kidnapped. Demerara because she is a talking cat and Spike because he is very funny and makes me laugh.
I enjoyed this book because lots of magic happens. I would recommend this book for people 8-13 because they will understand it properly. I will give it 10 stars out of 10!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Nimra, aged 9
I think this book is great but some words were quite tricky. Really I just want to say this is the best book ever. I like reading about chocolate a lot. This story was fantastic. My favourite bit is when Oz gets coat by Isadore.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Moizz, aged 10
I thought the book was good I liked the detail of the book how did the author described the characters the place (setting) I liked the whizz pop chocolate shop a lot.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Lewis, aged 10
It was ok but I wouldn't recommend this because it doesn't make you want read on
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Hamna, aged 10
I enjoyed this book because it was really interesting, and I like magical stories. My favourite character was Isadore, because he was really caring and nice to Oz at the end, like a babysitter.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Abdur, aged 10
I enjoyed this book because it was a mysterious story, and all the people were really special. I really liked the bit where the cat swallowed the bean and he turned big and enormous! My favourite character has to be the cat, because he turned big and fat, and he liked lipstick.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Aminah, aged 9
I liked this book because of its chocolate theme and the magical characters. My favourite character is Demerara, because it is unusual to have a magical cat!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Joshua , aged 11
This is an awesome book so pick it up now
so goooooooooood!!!!!!!!!!!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Bry, aged 11
This book was a great adventurous book. It was full of magic. and my favourite part was when Lily and Oz found the talking cat and the smoking rat, I found this really funny. I give this book a big thumbs up and rate it 100 out of 10.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Danyaal, aged 9
I liked this book because the cat is funny, and she tricked Lizzy and Oz. My favourite character is the cat- she's really funny, because she turns big and then small.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Amy C, aged 11
This magical book is mind blowing!
It's probably the best book I've read so far. Characters changing from bad to evil, exploring the world. Meeting the best days of their life in this magnificent book! Read on to figure out magical mysteries...
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Saddiqa, aged 9
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop written by Kate Saunders.

Oz and Lily's family have moved into the upstairs room in the chocolate shop. It's a perfect room but it's haunted. I like the part when the ghouts are joined by evil villians. I give this book a star rating of five out of five. I recommend this book for anyone above the age of nine.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Peter, aged 10
The Whizz Pop Chocolate shop is a brilliant book I would recommend this book to a reasonable reader of 7 to 15 I would also recommend this book to someone who likes fantasy and magic. The main characters are Oz, Demerara, Spike, Lily and Caydon. This book is about an evil triplet who KILLED HIS BROTHERS and tried to sell magical chocolate bars to a terrorist organisation. But can't until he gets three gold moulds - Pierre’s smiling sun, Marcel's smiling star and a moon with a stern expression. He ambushes them as they get the star but he couldn’t get it so he took Oz instead! My favourite part in this book is the parts of the mutant rat with six arms and two tails and the part about the invisible elephant. If I had to sum this book up in five words, they would be: An, Absolutely, Amazing, Brilliant, Book.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Danyaal, aged 9
The book is about magic and imagination, so you imagine what it's like there. This book would be suitable for 4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and over. For everyone!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Mohib, aged 9
This book is about a cat who has talking powers. This book is suitable for children who are 8 years old. I will recommend this book to everyone!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Bob, aged 10 1/2
It was ok, but the setting was jumping from one place to the other. My favourite part of the story was when the guy was kidnapped.I think it is an adventure book.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Bubba, aged 10
It is a good book, but it could be better. I am still reading it. It is sometimes hard to get into it.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Katie , aged 11
I loved the book!!!!!!!!!! It was epic! The best book I have read, my favourite character was Lily.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Jack, aged 10
The Whizz Pop Chocalate Shop is a fantastic book jampacked with humour. My favourite characters are Spike because he keeps calling Demerara a silly old fart and Alan because he is cool. I would recommend this book to age seven because it is hilarious but not under the limit because it has some violence in and issues in. I really did not like lily I thought she was boring and did not stop worrying I would rate this book a nine out of ten. I like the part when they are being helped by Isadore. I thought he was going to trick them all I was quite glad he died in the end. Overall it was very good and enjoyable and brilliant.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Harry, aged 10
This is a good book I personally love it to bits. The main characters are Oz, Lilly, Caydon, Spike, Demerara and Isadore. Some of my favourite parts are; when Oz, Lilly and Caydon join the SMU, which is a government department for all paranormal and un explained incidents. And when Oz changes an evil man into someone who would give their life to save someone else. Also when Demerara grows into a huge cat after swallowing a caca bean. And lastly when Edwin saves Oz, Lilly, Caydon, Rosie, Norris and Alan from certain doom.
I didn’t like the fact that there were no illustrations it would have made this book more understandable and enjoyable. I would give this book a 9 out of 10, it loses a mark because it can get complicated. This book is filled with twists and turns and a touch of magic that will keep your attention, I really enjoyed reading this book. I recommend you read this book I found it funny and enjoyable.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Logan, aged 10
Oz and Lily's family have inherited an ancient chocolate shop and they're moving in upstairs. It's the perfect home ... apart from the small fact that it's haunted. And then they discover some slid gold chocolate moulds - with magic powers! Soon the ghosts are joined by some evil villains determined to get their hands on the priceless secrets of the magical chocolate my favourite character is Oz because he keeps asking questions like me.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Hermione, aged 9
I thought that this book was a really good read, because it was exiting and fun that's what I like in a book. My favourite person in the story was the rat because, he was really funny and I've never seen a smoking talking rat before. I got almost every single word, so it was a really good easy book. One of my favourite books
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Aamina, aged 9
This book was amazing book I couldn't stop reading it.This book was all about children finding a chocolate shop at the side of their house.Out of ten i would give it 10/10.I would recommend this book to people who absolutely love chocolate.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Archie, aged 11
A fun-filled book from start to finish! The story line had thrill and excitement as well as unexpected twists that made the reader wanting more! It was aged perfectly for me and covered most issues that other books have failed to achieve, as well as funny characters like Demerara the cat and Alan the River Police Officer. There were so many good characters that I can’t choose my favourite! There were many brilliant ideas that I would never had thought of in a million years! The whole idea of the chocolatiers and magic amazes me! I rate it 10/10! Brilliant!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Harry, aged 11
The book ‘The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop’ is a good book based on two children who become secret agents. Oz is captured by his long lost great, great Uncle Isadore. Isadore had murdered Oz and Lily’s great, great Uncles Pierre and Marcel. He did this to be able to steal their magic chocolate moulds which would allow Isadore to become the most powerful chocolatier in the world. His plan was to sell the immortality chocolate to criminal organisations all over the word.
My favourite character was Spike because he was a dirty old, smoking, immortal, talking rat who liked to butt into conversations and be a pain in the neck! Demerara was a sensible immortal talking cat who was desperate to kill Spike but couldn’t because he was immortal. I enjoyed the book. I especially liked it when they were in the underground tunnel searching for Isadore’s hide out. 8 out of 10!
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Laura, aged 10
I thought this book was really interesting and fun to read especially the part when Oz gets kidnapped by his Uncle Isadore.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Joynab, aged 11
The 'Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop' was a really good book it was very interesting to read, the author made every Chapter very interesting it always introduced new characters on every new chapter. I really liked that there was an mission involved with three kids and there is a cat and a rat also involved to who can speak and are also involved in the mission.
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Chloe, aged 11
I really didn't understand the book and that is probably why I didn't like it very much because when you don't understand a book it is very hard to like it. I think that you could probably really like the book if you understand it.

3/10 :(
The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders reviewed by Abby, aged 10
I don't mean to brake Kate Saunders's spirit but I thought the book was awful! Too many characters, so many I couldn't keep track! I know I'm not an award winning author but I have some advice...... Add more descriptive words and use less characters so people can keep track!

2/10 :(