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Crowborough, East Sussex

All the truth that's in me review!!!
All the truth that's in me is a book about a little girl called Judith and she has been missing for 2 years! She returns home with a life shocking missing tongue and her best friend dead no one knows what happened and Judith will not speak. This book is a breathtaking book and I just can't get my head out of it. Sam Philips Y5
Posted on: 23 Apr 2014



THE DAY THE CRAYONS QUIT!!!!!
This book is really funny yet it makes you think about the things you might own that maybe you don't treat well and how they might feel, this book really makes you think about things. This book is set out really well and has obviously had a lot of work put into it. I love the way it's set that all the crayons are so unhappy and are writing to Duncan to say They aren't happy it's very creative! I like page 22 where peach crayon says "WHY DID YOU PEEL OFF MY PAPER WRAPPING?!" Over all I give this book a 8 out of 10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dhani Michael Frantz age 10
Posted on: 23 Apr 2014



THE DAY THE CRAYONS QUIT!!!!!
This book is really funny yet it makes you think about the things you might own that maybe you don't treat well and how they might feel, this book really makes you think about things. This book is set out really well and has obviously had a lot of work put into it. I love the way it's set that all the crayons are so unhappy and are writing to Duncan to say They aren't happy it's very creative! I like page 22 where peach crayon says "WHY DID YOU PEEL OFF MY PAPER WRAPPING?!" Over all I give this book a 8 out of 10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on: 23 Apr 2014



Liar & Spy
I enjoy this book because it has great detail and a spy club involved in the story. I Like how the story flows. By James Evans Age:11
Posted on: 23 Apr 2014



The wall review!
"The wall" is a book about a boy who loses a ball over a wall and legend says that one side of the wall keeps you safe from bombs but... on the other side (of the wall) is forbidden territory and that is where the ball went. But then the boy finds a what he thinks to be a hole (just guessing as i forgot) but he discovers a tunnel ,which is held up by some thick wooden planks and thin wooden planks, in the hole which leads under the the wall and to the forbidden territory. Sam Philips Y5 age:10
Posted on: 02 Apr 2014



The bunker diary review
The bunker diary is funny and has humour and also suspense. It is about a boy who awakes to be in a low-ceilinged rectangular building made out of whitewashed concrete, it is about twelve metres wide and eighteen meters long. and my favourite bit was on the front of the book "I thought he was blind. That's how he got me." Sam Philips Y5 Age:10
Posted on: 02 Apr 2014



The Day the Crayons quit
I found this book very interesting how Duncan colours, red for a fire engine ,purple for a dragon, grey for elephant, white for a white cat in the snow, black for the outline of things, green for crocodiles, blue for the sea, pink but Duncan doesn't use it because its a girl colour,peach doesn't want to come out because Duncan had peeled of the paper wrapping so now he's naked! I also liked it when orange and yellow were having a fight on who's the colour of the sun! I felt really sorry for beige crayon because he usually only gets used for colouring in wheat and turkey dinners(If he's lucky). By Maddisen Y5 Age 10
Posted on: 19 Mar 2014



Comparing books
When I read Maggot Moon I didnt understand it, it was quite jumpy at the beginning and in the middle it was quite intresting that made me want to read on. When I got near the end I found it getting a little bit boring again. After I read that book I then read Lunchtime and I liked that one more because it has shorter lines and more pictures, I can also now tell the difference between both books - Maggot Moon is more for older ones and Lunchtimes is for younger ones. By Maddisen Year 5 Age 10
Posted on: 13 Mar 2014



Maggot Moon Review!
Maggot moon is a great book and it has suspense and a great amount of humour. The bit that made me laugh was when Standish was with Gramps and he said, "Bring down the curtains. Bring up the credits. The end". Sam Philips Age: 10 Y5
Posted on: 13 Mar 2014



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