Teachers' Tales

Brilliant book reviews from the people that really matter


by Anna Whiteley
on October 26, 2017

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What could be more trusted than a children’s book review from the people that matter most? Pobble has heaps of book reviews written by kids. For you, that means a great way to find a class book or a book to read with your children at home. Check out our top picks below or search ‘book reviews’ on pobble.com for further reading inspiration and ideas.

Lost and found by Oliver Jeffers

“I like it because the boy found the penguin.”

Reviewed by Lilly Belle, aged 6
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Mr Stink by David Walliams

“Mr Stink was really touching and had a great storyline.”

Reviewed by Saleha, aged 9
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The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt

“I would give this book 5 stars!”

Reviewed by Oliver, aged 8
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Thea Stilton and the Great Tulip Heist, by Elisabetta Dami

“I loved this story so much.”

Reviewed by Aswathi, aged 10
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by JK Rowling

“This book bursts into excitement, drama and laughter.”

Reviewed by Jasmine, aged 9
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Friend or Foe by Michael Morpurgo

“It was captivating.”

Reviewed by Sophia, aged 10
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The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl

“Have you ever seen a Magic Finger? If not read this story.”

Reviewed by Reshma, aged 11
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I Wish I’d Been Born a Unicorn by Rachel Lyon

“I like the pictures of the horse and unicorn.”

Reviewed by Lois, aged 6
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The Django by Levi Pinfold

“I promise you that once you start, you will never be able to put it down.”

Reviewed by Harrison, aged 10
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Do Not Enter the Monster Zoo! by Amy Sparkes

“I really liked it.”

Reviewed by Callum, aged 7
Read the full review on Pobble.


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