“Britfield and The Lost Crown” is the first book in the Britfield Series by C.R. Stewart. I literally just finished the book and was so excited about it, I had to write my review right away. The story was everything the cover promised. I felt like I was in a kid’s version of Mission Impossible. I was on the edge of my seat with narrow escapes, daring plans and unexpected adversaries.
“Poetic Science of Water” by A.C. Lemonwood is a children’s book all about water. The book teaches the reader things about water that has to do with biology, earth science, chemistry, and environmental science.
The Orangutan Rescue GangJoyce MajorAlegro Publishing (2019)ISBN 9780578438313Reviewed by Maddie (age 12) for Reader Views Kids (1/2020) “The Orangutan Rescue Gang” is a story about Jaylynn, an eleven-year-old girl who moves to Sumatra with her father. She misses her friends and soccer and all the fun things she […]
“King of the Moon by Mr. Kind is an unusual adventure that starts with an apple tree named Sam and ends up on a golden path to the moon.”
8 Days in DUMBOMargaret J. McMasterMansbridge Dunn Publishers (2019)ISBN 9781999114404Reviewed by Maddie (age 12) for Reader Views Kids (12/19) “8 Days in DUMBO” by Margaret J. McMaster is a story about a girl named Phoebe and a mystery that takes place in DUMBO. When I saw the title […]
Perhaps You Were Born for Just Such a Time as ThisCarolyn HayesOutskirts Press (2019)ISBN 9781977211477Reviewed by Maddie F. (age 12) for Reader Views Kids (12/19) “Perhaps You Were Born for Just Such a Time as This” by Carolyn Hayes is about a group of kids from Frances Scott […]