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Roof Toppers by Katherine Rundell read by Catriona
Roof Toppers is an awesome book. It's about a girl who was shipwrecked as a baby and grew up with a scholar who found her floating in a cello case. He raised her well but she always wondered about her mother. Everyone tells her that her mother died in the shipwreck but she knows that her mother is alive. She goes on a search to find her mother in Paris.
Posted on: 07 May 2014

The Child's Elephant read by Connor
At first I didn't think this was my type of book but then I started reading it and really enjoyed it.
Posted on: 07 May 2014

The Wall Reviewed
The Wall by William Sutcliffe The Wall is a book that can be enjoyed by all ages. It has deep elements to it, but can also be a lighthearted, fun read. TBC
Posted on: 07 May 2014

Ghost Hawk ; Susan Cooper, read by Dane Collins
The book Ghost Hawk is a brilliant book by Susan Cooper, but it loses the plot halfway through. The book is about an Indian boy and an English boy who are becoming Men in their lives. In conclusion this is a great book!
Posted on: 07 May 2014

GHOST HAWK By Susan Cooper
GHOST HAWK By Susan Cooper An Arthur review, On first impressions the book GHOST HAWK look like a mystery and an adventure book because the front cover had an image of a map and a man standing in the middle a field with no man in sight. But the blurb (a small piece of text on back of book) was very different to other books because it only said: “MEMORY, MYSTERY, MURDER”. This got me very interested because I don’t know what the book is about. In the first page in chapter 1 the author put some much detail into it, that it transported me into the scene of the book. I was so amazed I started seeing this from the scene outside the book. Also in the first two pages it gave me all the information to start my journey in the book. In conclusion GHOST HAWK in my opinion is a historical, adventure, survival book. Book review: 8 EPIC
Posted on: 03 May 2014