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The Bad Guys Episode 8: Superbad
Reviewed by Juliette CLPS
In the Bad Guys Episode 8, the gang meets the International League of Heroes. The team are Agent Fox, Agent Kitty Kat, Agent Hogwild, Agent Doom and Agent Shortfuse. The International League of Heroes train the gang on how to use their powers. Mr Piranha has super speed, Mr Shark can shape shift, Mr Snake can control you and Mr Wolf turns into a big, big, big bad wolf.
I love this book and I recommend it to ages 6 – 20.
I rate the book 10/10.
Reviewed by Charlotte B. CLPS
The two children’s dad liked having baths. One day the two children were playing with some frogs. The frogs kept jumping out of a bucket. So, they put the frogs in the bath. I won't tell you anymore.
I rate this book 9/10.
I recommend this book for enjoyment for young children.
Reviewed by Chelsea M. CLPS
In this book a girl wanted to be an actor but was scared her class would laugh at her. She started doing acting classes after speaking to her Pop. She got chosen for the school play.
Reviewed by Abigail P. CLPS
In this book there is a girl called Ella.
Ella's school is doing a school performance and Ella is desperate to be the lead role of Mabel. Zoe, Ella's friend, wants to be the cat in the play but when it comes to auditions Ella forgets her lines and her best friend Zoe gets the lead role. Ella and Zoe have a fight but in the end they work it out and Ella is happy for her friend.
I like this book because it is written in a fun and interesting way. The author, Meredith Costain, uses different writing fonts and the way it is written is fun and colorful. It also has fun little pictures through the book that I liked.
I recommend this book to girls aged 6-10 years old.
Reviewed by Marco CLPS
This story is based on a terrible plop, a black bear and brave little bunny. The little bunny was the slowest of all bunnies but he didn't care. He kept running away from the terrible plop. The big bear made the little bunny take him to the terrible plop, but then ran away. The bunny just stood still and asked where he was going while munching on chocolate cake and carrots.
I recommend this book for Grades 1-5.
I rate this book a 10/10.
Reviewed by Juliette CLPS
Here comes the gang. The characters are Mr Wolf, Mr Snake will bite your pet mice, Mr Piranha, you have to be careful because he will bite you and Mr Shark eat seals. The Bad Guys are the best because they go on missions to save the World. You have to see it! There are ten books so far.
I recommend this book for ages 6-19.
Reviewed by Ally CLPS
There once was a very noisy baby who could copy any type of noise, like every single animal, she ever wants. One day there was a zookeeper who was looking for her tiger, and other people looking for a horse, an owl, a cow and a cockatoo. Everyone knocked on the door of the little pink house. The people who lived in the house kept saying that they didn't have their animals but they did have a very noisy baby! Everyone was thinking about where their animals might have gone. Then the sister had an idea and then the baby growled and gooed and every animal came and everyone was happy!