Book Review: Mad Grandad and the Mutant River

Book Review: Mad Grandad and the Mutant River

This story is about a Grandad and a boy who pull a car out of the water while fishing. They find it is being driven by a mer-model. A big fisherman likes the look of the mer-model so they all have to escape. I liked the bit when the boy and his Grandad pulled the car...
Book Review: Sam Hannigan’s Woof Week

Book Review: Sam Hannigan’s Woof Week

Sam Hannigan lives in Clobberstown with her half cracked but lovely Nanny Gigg and her horrible, mean older brother, Bruno. Sam loves Irish dancing and is amazing at it. She has a competition coming up and can’t wait for it. Her friend Ajay comes to practice with Sam....
Book Review: Fast Forward

Book Review: Fast Forward

“Fast Forward” by Judi Curtin,  was about a girl called Molly and her best friend Beth. Beth lives with Molly but his doesn’t seem to affect their friendship. There is a new girl in their class called Heather. She seems to be very shy. In the story it...
Book Review: Starring Meg

Book Review: Starring Meg

Starring Meg by Natasha Mac a’ Bháird drew me in after the first few chapters. With Meg’s selfless attitude, Hannah’s responsibility, Ruby’s loyalty and Laura’s creativity, they bind together to change fourth-sixth class children’s perspective on true...
Book Review: Rugby Runner

Book Review: Rugby Runner

Rugby Runner is the fifth book in this series and I have read them all. I really like Gerard Siggins’ books, he is a brilliant writer, just as good as JK Rowling. The main character in this book is called Eoin, he’s the same boy from the earlier books and...
Book Review: The Little Black Sheep

Book Review: The Little Black Sheep

I reviewed “The Little Black Sheep” by Elizabeth Shaw. I enjoyed reading it very much. It would appeal to children in First and Second class. It might be a bit easy for older children – it didn’t take me long to read it. It was an interesting story and the...