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So far...
Everyone is reading, everyone is enjoying, one person is reviewing, one person has read all of the books, one person is writing blog updates and on person is editing the page. That would be myself. But everyone is still reading! Daniel
Posted on: 13 Jun 2012

Shortlisted books
We are all enjoying the shortlisted books in 2012!!!
Posted on: 25 Apr 2012

About Me
Hi, my name is Monica rana and i am 12, i like to read adventurous and funny books. My best author is Cathy Cassidy, who wrote Ginger snap. I also read mangas. My favourite manga is Beauty Pop
Posted on: 25 Jan 2012

Stuff about me! :)
Hi my name is Jack and I am 11 I like to read horror and murder books! My favouite book is called "The Calling of the Grave!" It has alot of swear words in it! I enjoy waching 15+ movies with my dad.My favouite movie is Die Hard 4.0 THE END! :)
Posted on: 25 Jan 2012

About Me (Daniel)
Hello, my name is Daniel and I do carnegie medal because I love reading. I have taken out more than 350 books from the school libary and I'm only in year 8! I am the only member that is left that was at the start of this club that we have. I can't wait until the shortlist comes out to the puplic. I only have 1 real hobby and that is reading. My fav auther is Agatha Christie, the Queen of Crime, And my fav detective from her books (and there are over 80) is Hercle Poirot, the Belguim detective with the 'little grey cells'.
Posted on: 18 Jan 2012

About Me
Hi! Im Mary-Jane. I am going to be 15 years old on Tuesday! I am a year 10 student who enjoys reading. I like reading the Harry Potter books by JK Rowling and I also like Jacqueline Wilson books. My other hobbies include: Watching television; dancing; knitting and having friends round.
Posted on: 18 Jan 2012

We can't wait!!!
We can't wait untill the new shortlist comes out!!!
Posted on: 02 Nov 2011

Which Book Is For You?
Here is a quick summary of who I think will enjoy each of these books the most! The Bride's Farewell: A lovely book, but probably not going to be enjoyed by the boys! The story of journeying into the unknown will suit fans of adventure stories, though the writing is more classical. Will suit people who want a nice gentle read about an escape and where it leads... 12/13 onwards... The White Crow: A mysterious and shocking horror, slow to start but unputdownable once it gets going. This will suit you if you like mysteries, horror, and don't mind it if things get a little scary... It is also very thought provoking and makes you think about a big issue, good if you like a "deeper" read. Boys or girls, any age who doesn't mind horror but I definetly wouldn't say any younger than 10. Out Of Shadows: A shocking and realistic book with a very real historical truth behind it. This book is moving and exciting; the writing gripping and unputdownable. It has almost everything you could want from a book, but IS sad. 12/13 onwards, boys or girls. The Death Defying Pepper Roux: A brilliant, funny and exciting book that is an exciting read. It will really suit you if you like madcap, imaginative plots and hilarious jokes, as well as more serious elements subtly mixed in. Perfect fro anyone wanting someone different; and good for younger children as they will identify with pepper. 9 onwards, as it does have some slightly upsetting bits. Prisoner Of The Inquisition: A dark and exciting story set in ancient Spain at the time of the Spanish Inquisition. Fastinating and lifelike; the story of two different people, worlds apart, and how they want to kill each other, but fall in love first is brilliant. The Inquisition parts are really gory, so only read it if you don't mind this kind of stuff. People burnt alive... 12/13 onwards, easily for boys or girls. Monsters Of Men: A thrilling adventure story set in a fantasy land; so different, but in ways so similar. At first it can be hard to get your head around the idea of such a different place; but in the end you can come to believe in it, and feel as if it is almost real. Lovers of adventure and fantasy stories, but with a deeper meaning will adore this book. 12/13 onwards. Boys or girls.
Posted on: 08 Jun 2011

The bad bits of the brides farewell
It goes on and on and on and is very boring and goes on and on and on
Posted on: 08 Jun 2011

Many of us think that White Crow and Monsters of Men are both really good we think that both of them should win the award!!!. We then had a disgustion on the worst book and know doubt about it most of usagreed that The Bride's Farewell is the worst as it is extremely boring and just goes on and on and on and on...... etc! you probably get the point!!!.
Posted on: 25 May 2011

Competition between the books

Posted on: 18 May 2011