- School Stuff
We’re reviewing four great books for guys – from action to adventure to sports to comedy – these reads will keep you entertained as well as any TV show, movie or video game! (Not to say girls can’t read and love these books, too!)
This exciting new series by Rex Stone stars Jamie and Tom, who discover a world of adventure in Dinosaur Cove, home to dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes, some friendly, some ferocious!
Calendar Mysteries is a new series of books by author Ron Roy. The main characters are Lucy, brothers Brian and Bradley, and Nate who are all about mysteries, jokes and clues – every month of the year!
Allie Finkle is a 9-year-old girl trying to make sense out of Grade 4 by making up rules on how to be a good sister, student and friend. Her books, by Meg Cabot, are sure to have you laughing … and making up rules of your very own!
The Queen of Unicorns has sent Cara on a mission to bring the Wanderer back to Luster. Follow Cara’s exciting journey in Song of the Wanderer by Bruce Coville.
Deeper takes Will and his pals further into the earth where they search for Will’s father. Kidzworld reviews the Deeper, the sequel to Tunnels, by Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams.
First, Will's father goes missing. Second, Will discovers a tunnel that leads to an underground city. Third, Will's life changes forever. Kidzworld reviews Tunnels by Roderick Gordan and Brian Williams.
Kidzworld explores the magical world of Aventurine inside Jan Bozarth’s new book, Fairy Godmother Academy #1: Birdie’s Book.
When Laurie’s best friend contacts Polio, she tells him and his sick friends at the hospital a story of bravery and hope. Kidzworld reviews The Giant-Slayer by Iain Lawrence.
Crocodile Tears is an Alex Rider adventure by Anthony Horowitz that sees teen spy Alex, who works for Britiains M16, use his wits and cool gadgets to stop the bad guys.
Four great books featuring the world's coolest mouse: Geronimo Stilton!
Sherlock Holmes’s best friend and partner, Dr. Watson, has been kidnapped. Now it’s up to the Baker Street Irregulars to get him back. Kidzworld reviews In Search of Watson.
Stories to cuddle up in front of the fireplace with.
Will’s skills as a ranger are tested in The Siege of Macindaw, book 6 in the Ranger’s Apprentice series by John Flanagan.
Scholastic's iCarly series for readers is all about friends, family, building a website and life in general. All the books in the series read like TV episodes and come with an eight-page full-colour photo insert! iCool!
Pokemon and Ben 10 fans rejoice! Now, long after you turn off your TV or put down your playing cards or game controller you can enjoy your fave characters in book form (these are the kinds of cartoon your mom won't mind you spending time on)!
Kidzworld reviews The Blue Shoe: A Tale of Thievery, Villainry, Soercery, and Shoes by Roderick Townley.
Bullying is a serious subject. Whether you have been bullied, are being bullied, know someone who's being bullied or are a bully yourself, here are two books that can help you learn more about how to put an end to bullying.
How much would you sacrifice to bring someone you love back from the dead? Kidzworld looks at bestselling author Douglas Clegg’s new novella, Isis.
There's a new series of graphic novels in town - Kit Feeny by Michael Townsend, which is sorta the boy version of Babymouse. Simple characters and just the right amount of silliness and stuff to work out makes Kit Feeny a star in our (comic) books!