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Portway Perusers
Andover, Hampshire

Footpath Flowers...
This story is very effective. It has no words so is told only through illustrations. This might sound not that interesting, but the illustrations tell a lot!
Posted on: 27 May 2016

Sam & Dave Dig a Hole!
This story is incredibly funny - it's astonishing that the characters miss something so spectacular! As the characters dig deeper, they do not realize that a dazzling diamond is so close to them. We recommend this book to people of all ages who enjoy a laugh.
Posted on: 27 May 2016

Once Upon An Alphabet by Oliver Jeffers
We love how each mini story starts with a different letter of the alphabet. The stories are funny, silly and very imaginative! Our favourite letter is D for 'Danger Delilah' because she is surrounded by disaster. We recommend this book for teachers to read to their classes and for children of all ages to read and enjoy.
Posted on: 27 May 2016

The Sleeper and the Spindle Review
This descriptive story turns a simple fairy tale into an imaginative and original story to read. We particularly enjoyed the part when the characters were making their way through the deep, underground passageway towards the steep, narrow tower. This was because we had no idea as to what would meet them when they arrived there! The story is so full of suspense. We would thoroughly recommend this book to readers in Year 6 and above.
Posted on: 27 May 2016

Five Children on the Western Front Review
Hello internet! Today, we're going to tell you how good this book, Five Children on the Western Front, is so far. We think that it's good because the characters are realistic and easy to relate to. We also think that the story line is very imaginative! We think that the author, Kate Saunders, did a very good job - she must have a very creative imagination. The story is fun and full of adventures. Our favourite character is the grumpy, grouchy Psammead!
Posted on: 27 May 2016