Review Crew Middle Grade

Welcome to our Review Crew pages. This is where our super team of kid reviewers will share their thoughts on new and upcoming books and chat about their favourite reads. 

Chosen from over 100 applicants, our review crew are creative, enthusiastic and passionate about books. If you are looking for your next read, why not find inspiration from their recommendations?

The Howling Hag Mystery by Nicki Thornton, Reviewed by Aysha

As a fan of mystery, action and adventure stories, the Howling Hag has become one of my favourite stories, along ...
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Evie and the Animals by Matt Haig, reviewed by Aletha

Evie and the Animals is a thrilling adventurous book about an eleven-year-old girl called Evie who can talk to animals!!!  ...
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A Glasshouse of Stars by Shirley Marr, reviewed by Leontine

Three ways to describe this book are: heart-warming, beautiful and inspiring. At first it was a bit confusing as the ...
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Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths by Maisie Chan, reviewed by James

Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths is a heart-warming story about a young boy (Danny) growing around his maths champion ...
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The Three Impossibles by Susie Bower, reviewed by Malia

This is a gripping story, deliciously dark yet fairytale like. Mim is a brilliant character – she is strong and ...
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The Weather Weaver by Tamsin Mori, reviewed by Thijs

This is a brilliant book. A very exciting, magical adventure. I am 10 years old and in year 5 at ...
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The Secret Detectives by Ella Risbridger, reviewed by Aysha

The Secret Detectives is one of my favourite books to date as it’s very well written. . This book is ...
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The Nightsilver Promise by Annaliese Avery, Reviewed by Callum

I found (The Nightsilver Promise) to be an engaging book with an intricate story. Its about a girl called Paisley ...
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The Three Impossibles by Susie Bower, reviewed by Sophie

First of all, I’ll try to give away NO spoilers. I didn’t know what to expect from this book. I ...
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Antigua de Fortune of the High Seas by Anna Rainbow and Oli Hyatt, reviewed by Mia

Antigua, or Tiggy to her friends, is the daughter of an officer. She’s expected to stay on land, wear dresses, ...
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