The Royal Academy of Sport for Girls
Reviewed by Alyssa R WPS
There is a girl named Chloe Humphries, and she is a horse rider. She lives on a farm with her Mum and Dad. She applies for the Royal Academy of Sport and gets in. Chloe's parents couldn't afford her fees at the school because they're spending all of their money on the cows’ food during the drought. After about 2 days after getting her first letter, she got a letter in the mail say that she got a scholarship to the Royal Academy. She was super happy.
She arrived at the academy and she was quite upset about leaving her family and the farm. The thing that cheered her up was that she knew that her horse Honey was arriving the next day.
After a week of being at the academy, she was training for the upcoming show. She failed the first 1.2 metre jump.
On the show day, she WON the jumping competition with a time of 41.5 seconds. She was so happy!
I cannot wait to see what happens next.
I rate this book 10/10 and this book is for all grades.
Reviewed by Aisha CLPS
This story is based on the Black Saturday bushfires. Zeelie goes on a horrific adventure with her two whippets. Her mother is in the hospital with her brother who has broken his arm, and now they have no way to communicate! Want to find out what happens? Read the breathtaking story of the Black Saturday bushfires!
Reviewed by Declan Jacobs CLPS
Just Disgusting is probably the most humorous book I have ever read, it is filled with jokes and excitement. If anyone told me to pick a favourite chapter or page, that would be impossible! If I were to rate this book I would choose 10/10.
Why should you read this book you ask? Well on each page there is...
Reviewed by Eliza CLPS
Tsunami is an independent dragonet of destiny, the lost Seawing heir and an even better fighter than Clay. She can’t wait to splash and swim with her mother. This book is great because instead of Clays thoughts, you get to hear Tsunami’s and her life in the kingdom! I give this book a 10 out of 10! Now I’ve got to go and find the next book in the series!
Reviewed by Cooper CLPS
Andy and Terry have added 13 more stories to their 39 story treehouse so that it is a 52 story treehouse. I will only tell you about one level, a surfing level! My favourite part is when they go and try to rescue their publisher... Find out who kidnapped Andy and Terry’s publisher, and will they escape?
Reviewed by Charlotte C. CLPS
There was once a lazy, slow wombat who had a daily routine. The wombat ate grass everyday then he got over grass and loved carrots. He had wonderful adventures and there were funny parts like when he found a ladder and used it as a scratching post. He built a hole under his owners house. I liked the daily routine.
I give this book 5/10.
I recommend this book for wombat lovers.
Reviewed by Archie C. CLPS
One of the first books by David Walliams is called The Boy in The Dress. It’s about a boy named Denis and how he changed his town’s beliefs, perspectives and traditions. There were girls who do work at home, and boys who go to work, and hundreds more. But the one they believed in most was that girls are the only humans to wear a dress but he is out to change that rule. I think 10 years + should read this and I give it 10 out of 10.
Reviewed by Kaelan P. CLPS
I liked this book because there are unexpected twists and it is full of suspense. Professor Quirrell teaches Defence Against the Dark Arts, but he has a secret... Professor Snape suspects that he is trying to steal the Philosopher's Stone! I'm not telling you any more, read the book to find out more.
Reviewed by Cloey CLPS
Harry and Ron can’t get on the Hogwarts Express. The house elf, Dobby helps them. Dobby looks after Harry but Dobby gets in trouble a lot just like Harry. I really like this book.
Reviewed by Jasper CLPS
Diving with Sharks is a factual book about sharks. This book tells you where you can dive with sharks. It tells you that some sharks like warm water and some like cold water. This book tells you about sharks. I have really enjoyed this book. I would rate it a ten out of ten. This book would be good for ages five and over.
Reviewed by Skye S. CLPS
Something is after Tracey Masters! Working as an assistant detective with her uncle, a woman appears with a case about a stolen necklace known as The Butterfly Stone. Not only has an evil shadow in the shape of a man has been after Tracey but also a man in a red mask. Tracey is a magical teen, who finds it hard to live in a non-magical world knowing Tony was magical too. Together with her non-magical friends Laura and Jonny they make an unbreakable team. I love this book because it is action packed and full of adventure. If you like stories with magic or adventure, then this is the book for you.
Reviewed by Abbey B. APS
I like this book because Marjorie felt down in the dumps for a few days. But one day "plop" a little egg came out of a cow?! Who would ever think a cow would lay an egg?? But day after day Marjorie waited until it hatched. Then it finally hatched. It was a chicken/cow baby ad Marjorie named it Daisy.
I recommend this book to all.
I rate this book 7/10.