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3rd Poll Released!
The winning results for what you look for in a new book was an EYE CATCHING COVER
Posted on: 08 May 2014



2nd Poll Vote!
Over this week we asked you guys what your favourite media was and you voted books! Look out for our next poll to vote your favourite once again :) Emily :)
Posted on: 03 May 2014



CAN FILMS COMPARE TO BOOKS? A SHORT POEM.
Films leave out the vital parts, The little things that touch our hearts, The extra detail when Rue dies, The moment when tears fill our eyes. --------- A poem on 'The Hunger Games' film and book - Written by Alia Sanger
Posted on: 02 May 2014



WINNING GENRE OF OUR FIRST POLL
The Winning Genre of our first ever block is HORROR
Posted on: 01 May 2014



OWN IMAGINATION! BOOKS VS FILMS
Films vs. books! I feel that although films can be good and excited. However whenever I watch a film before reading a book I find that my own imagination is being taken over by the directors visual images! So for example the hunger games! They miss out the Avox which is a very interesting part in the book, however when the characters are portrayed in film they are different to descriptions in books and more dramatic for the money and they change the plot because they seem funnier and easier to shorten!
Posted on: 01 May 2014



First impressions of the book 'All the truth that's in me' by Julie Berry
I would like to read this book because the blurb has an element of mystery and surprise with words such as ‘trauma’ and ‘long-buried secrets’. These words suggest that something horrible is going to happen to one of the characters and the truth is going to make an appearance which changes the story. As I enjoy mystery and fantasy books this novel appeals to me with the enthralling language and drama. Also the front cover is of a forest which are usually mysterious places filled with awe and discoveries; this is the perfect atmosphere for a story as dramatic as this. The colour theme of the covers is grey and orange which have connotations of the unknown and deceit which I guess are common themes for this story. ~Ella
Posted on: 01 May 2014



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