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SCWA Carnegie Book Club
Eltham, London

Can You Judge A Book By Its Cover?
Tamzin J - 8SON
My favourite book cover is One by Sarah Crossan. This is my favourite book cover because it is colourful, it has bold writing and it makes me want to see what it is about. From the front cover I think the book is going to be about twins that are having a hard time at home and they are always there to support each other.

Tedee L - 8SON
My favourite book cover is The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge. I like it because it looks very dark and mysterious and this is my favourite genre. I think it is going to be about someone who lies a lot and they go to the tree to confess so they can be forgiven. I think it will be a horror story.

Aston P - 8SON
My favourite book cover is Five Children on the Western Front by Kate Saunders. What I like about this front cover is the name, colourful design and the emotion it shows. This books description "It took the war to bring the psammed back" really intrigues me into wanting to read on.
This front cover reminds me of 'The Silver Sword' by Ian Serrailler which makes me think this book is going to be really good.

Indie W - 8SON
My favourite book cover is One by Sarah Crossan. It is my favourite because I really like the choice of colours and I also like how there is two girls that are close together on the front. I think the book is going to be about two twins that are just like one another and they are going through a rough time at home.

Jack M - 8SON
My favourite book cover is The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge. I like this front cover because I can recognise that is is going to be in the horror genre. I think the book will be about a person who is lonely and visits a tree. My favourite part of the picture is the tree because it shows a tree during winter which is when lots of horror books are set in.

Posted on: 17 Mar 2016



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