I Am Still Not A Loser by Liz Pichon
This book is about a boy making an invention called hoverpoo. The main character is called Barry and Barry has to save the world from HOVERPOO! Barry is a weird boy because he makes up words like 'keel' which means cool and 'Sat' for Saturday. The inventor forgot that he was sitting on the wrong side of the telescope and turned him into a hoverpoo.
In my opinion, the most fascinating part of the story is when Barry goes shopping with his mum and his mum used hangers as monkey bars. And, when Barry jumped in the trolley and hit the checkout!
I would recommend this book to all of my friends because it is funny and I really enjoyed it - it made me laugh!
Reviewed by Eiliyah
Lola Rose by Jacqueline Wilson
I chose to write about this book because it is interesting and once I picked it up I didn't want to stop reading.
It is about a girl named Jami and she didn't like her name so changed it to Lola. In the middle of the night Lola, her mum and her brother had to run away to London because the dad was being scary and mean. Why not read the book for yourself to find out what happens.
I gave this book 4 stars rather than 5 because some of the bits didn't make much sense to me. Overall, it was a good book and worth a read.
Reviewed by Manahil
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Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney
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Alex Rider Series by A. Horowitz
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The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge