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A Lily, A Rose
My book was about girl named Elinor who was in love with Dan. Her best friend Alice didn't do anything. She couldn't help her. Elinor's father was a knight. He thought she have to get married by man who is 50 years old. He didn't want to hear about girl's opinion. She hated her father and his future husband. I think that book is really easy to read. This could be good start for people who learning English. Also this book could be for kids and teenagers. Nadia
Posted on: 19 May 2015



The Graveyard Book
I like that book, because i think that it's really good book for teenagers. The language wich is used in a book is very easy to undersatnd. All book is about the wizard and the boy wich had amazing adventures. I recommend that book because i think that will intrest you . Patrycja miga
Posted on: 19 May 2015



Blood family Anne Fine
I really enjoyed Blood family Because it always had something interesting going on. Although sometimes it got slightly confusing from the different point of views I didn't want to put it down. I enjoyed the story line because it made me want to carry on reading and would definitely recommend this book to other people. by Kadie.
Posted on: 19 May 2015



Wonder by Michael
Wonder is a very emotional book about a boy called August who is different on the outside but the same on the inside. August has a deformed face and gets bullied in school and it's powerful as you know how he feels. Furthermore it's good as the story gets told in many different points of view ,because it firsts starts out as August telling it, then his sister Via and then his friend Summer and tells you how them and there friends changed once they had known/met August. Finally the book is emotional as throughout he gets bullied by people he called his friends and his dog dies and that's sad as he usually lies in bed with the dog every night and it makes the reader feel sad as he has lost his very best friend. To conclude this book is very emotional and best suits teenagers between the age of 13 and 18 as many younger children may not understand what's happening.
Posted on: 19 May 2015



Chains by Laurie Anderson
Chains is a diary like book about a girl who seeks freedom in a world that won't let her have it. I love this book because it is a real change of what I would usually read, as well as it being realistic and sometimes thrilling. It is almost as if you are in the book alongside Isabel.
Posted on: 19 May 2015



The Graveyard Book
I didn't really like the book but the ending is unexpected.
Posted on: 19 May 2015



Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner review -Aimee
I really enjoyed it and unlike other Sally Gardner books I found it really easy to get into. It wasn't personally something I would read but I'm glad I did. But the thing i didn't like was the fact that it kept changing timeline,so at one point it would be present tense,the next him looking back. But overall a great book.
Posted on: 19 May 2015



Fever Crumb by Veer
Fever Crumb is a good and interesting book. It keeps you attached. I quite enjoyed this book as it has exciting twists that shock you. Also its suitable for people around my age and I do recommend it. By Veer
Posted on: 19 May 2015



the graveyard book by mitch
the book was a very confusing however i feel it is aimed at a older audience in their older teen years it has used a wide range of vocabulary and has used structure to make the reader feel the book more. i did not enjoy this book because it was very confusing with a lot of different time lines for example the book tells you about the history of someone when their talking about someone else, however this book is good in the sense of structure
Posted on: 19 May 2015



A Monster Calls
A Monster calls is a fabulous book it is about a boy and his mum who has hair cancer and is become ever more sick it is up to Conor'O'malley to tell the truth so he can let his mum go. Absolutely wonderful I would rate it 9/10 because it is very moving.
Posted on: 19 May 2015



The Bunker Diary Reviewed By Cameron
The bunker diary is a fictional story of a boy named Linus.He has been kidnapped by a mysterious man. l extremely like this book as it is has a huge mystery and makes you wanna read more and more! I also really like the ending as it wasn't what i expected 10/10! -Cam
Posted on: 19 May 2015



Tamar
Tamar is a book about a girl who finds out a secret about her grandfather which changes her life. The book goes back to the 1944 in the war about a man called Tamar and his adventures. By Lydia.
Posted on: 05 May 2015



Maggot Moon by Sally Gardner
I found this book really weird and a bit gory at times. It mentions really weird things and sometimes I didn't quite understand if he was imagining it or if it was real like him kissing Hector. Fernanda
Posted on: 05 May 2015



Maggot moon by Sally Gardner
I liked the book because the chapters were short. I liked the ending because comes as a surprise. - C........
Posted on: 05 May 2015



Graveyard Book
To be honest I didnt really like this book. I did not enjoy reading it as much as some others books. The ending was a surprise because i didnt think it would end with a 'happily ever after' as all through the book it was rather misterious and bad things happened and at the end he leaves the place he lived in all his life - by Fernanda.
Posted on: 05 May 2015



Roof toppers by Katherine Rundell - Regina im stupid.
I liked this book, because its very interesting and sometimes its funny. When I started to read it, the beginning of the story wasn't boring, like some other books I have read. This book is very detailed and informative. It describes the characters very well, so it is easier to imagine.
Posted on: 05 May 2015



Wonder by R.J. Palacio - Alex
It was a nice book but a little too long. In the end I felt sorry for August and how his life is. It is sad when he is getting bullied, but it was nice to find out that he found a group of friends that treated him normally!
Posted on: 05 May 2015



The Child`s Elephant by Rachel Campbell-Johnston reviewed by Kotryna
I thought the book was very interesting because the characters are very interesting. They all have different backgrounds. The back story is about Kony so it was very interesting to read what a child`s life would be like if a child would be put in a war camp. Over all I liked the book just because the story was very interesting.
Posted on: 21 Apr 2015



The Child's Elephant by Rachel Campbell-Johnston reviewed by Danielle
This book was about a young boy who calls himself Bat and he lives with his grandma in a hut in Africa. One day he finds a baby elephant and cares for it because it's mother was killed by hungry poachers. I thought this book was good because it was very interesting and you would enjoy it if you read it. It is a good book with a sad ending to it when this other child they met,Gulu, dies and they feel so sorry for him. Also it is really good when the boy wants to care for the elephant and will do what ever to protect her from anyone who will kill her but one day he has to say good bye as she is all grown up and has to find her tribe.
Posted on: 21 Apr 2015



The Bunker Diary by Kevin Brooks reviewed by Grace
The Bunker Diary is a fictional story in the point of view of a young boy named Linus.He's been captured and doesn't know who by. I like this book because it's sort of huge mystery and makes you want to read more.However I wasn't really fond of the ending because its quite sad and completely what I didn't expect.
Posted on: 21 Apr 2015



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