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Crazy Cromwellians
Chatteris, CAMBS
Group status: Ready Steady Read!
2018 is the seventh year Cromwell Community College has taken part in the Carnegie Award! We are a large group of happy readers, ranging from Year 7 - Year 10. We meet every Week between 1.45pm & 2.15pm! We eat a lot of biscuits :) and talk about books!

Mrs Harding

Saint Death by Keira
I enjoyed this book. It has an intense plot and contained mature themes fit for teenagers and above. 'Saint Death' was interesting to me because it sh . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Isobel
I think this book is very easy to read as it is intended for younger audiences. It doesn't make a difference though because the story is fun and child . . .
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Wed Wabbit by alex
The wed wabbit is a brilliant book for all ages it is very funny and cute . I still think it is funny saying wed wabbit. . . .
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Wed Wabbit by sky
I really enjoyed this book but it was quite confusing to read,however it was funny. I think it is for many age groups. it is a good book . . .
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Wed Wabbit by lauren
i really enojoyed this book but it was quite a hard book to understand, it was funny. i would recommend this to all age groups. . . .
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Saint Death by remaining anonymus
saint death is a really thrilling and exciting book. it is a bit mature at sometimes but it is really easy to be emersed into the story. i really enjo . . .
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Where the World Ends by Layla
I've started reading Where the World Ends and it seems to have a good story line however i didn't quite get stuck into the book like i do with books t . . .
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The Hate U Give by Jamie
The Hate You Give is a well written book. At first I found this book hard to follow however once i got into it i really enjoyed it. It was a book full . . .
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Saint Death by William
I really liked this book, however it has a slow start I recommend this book to people who like an aura of mystery and confusion I hope other people en . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Amelia
I really enjoyed reading this book. Throughout the book I was hooked and always wanted to know what happened next. I couldn't put the book down once I . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Ameia
It was confusing at first because it is written in riddles and rhymes. However it was an interesting book to read overall. . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Jennifer
An amazing book, with lots of riddles and things to work out and remember. All the characters were different but in the end help each other out so t . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Dan
Wed Wabbit is not the best book I have ever read and I did not really enjoy it that much. It is about a girl who hates her cousin Graham. She reeds a . . .
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Release by Melissa
I liked the style that Patrick Ness has used two stories and combined them together. It is not appropriate for ages under 13 or 14. . . .
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Where the World Ends by Rebecca
I am reading 'Where The World Ends' by Geraldine McCaughrean. Although I am still reading this, I am finding it enjoyable. At the beginning of the boo . . .
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Release by Millie
I found this book interesting but not for younger readers. It was slightly inappropriate. At times slightly confusing, the part in italics especially. . . .
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Where the World Ends by Rebecca
I am reading 'Where The World Ends' by Geraldine McCaughrean. Although I am still reading this, I am finding it enjoyable. At the beginning of the boo . . .
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Release by Layla
I found release quite interesting but a bit weird. The part in italics really confused me and i didn't understand what was going on. I liked the begin . . .
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The Hate U Give by Isobel
I really enjoyed this book. It covered themes that are very relevant to real life and encourages us to speak about these topics. The author wrote abou . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Freya
I personally believe that Beyond the Bright Sea had a very slow beginning, and it was difficult to connect to the characters, especially the main prot . . .
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The Hate U Give by Caprice
This book was AMAZING! . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Caprice
This book was slow to read at the start and at the end the book was too quick paced that it explained it all at once, meaning that I read it in no tim . . .
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After the Fire by Jennifer
I thought this book was amazing with all of her story about her life, how things changed. I like how its so difficult to try and work out who started . . .
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Release by Chloe
It is a complicated book with some plot twists. It isn't very appropriate at times with some things younger people won't understand. It has a very goo . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Amelia
I really enjoyed reading this book. Throughout the book I was hooked and always wanted to know what happened next. I couldn't put the book down once I . . .
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After the Fire by Matthew
This book is really interesting. It takes religion to a very extreme level, and shows the psychological effects this can have on a person. I find this . . .
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Which book cover deserves an award?

Wolf Hollow
6% (7 votes)

Rail Head
3% (3 votes)

The Smell of Other Peoples House
42% (50 votes)

the Stars at Oktober bend
29% (35 votes)

Sputnicks Guide to Life on Earth
1% (1 vote)

Salt tot he Sea
17% (20 votes)

The Bone Sparrow
1% (1 vote)

 
Title: Millions
Author: Frank Cottrell Boyce
Winning Year: 2004

Comedy is blended with real life drama in perfect balance, in this unique story of brothers Damian and Anthony who suddenly have to spend "millions" in seven days before the euro takes over from the pound. A gripping read with an exuberant plot that you
 

 
 

Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith has illustrated multiple children’s books, including The White Cat and the Monk and the Footpath Flowers, which was a New York Times Children’s Book of the Year, a winner of the Governor General Awar . . .