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Nailsea School Book Club
Nailsea,
Group status: A new year and a big welcome to our new Carnegie book club members!



Hello and Welcome to Nailsea School Book Club home page. We are a reading club that meet once a fortnight on Thursdays in the library at lunchtime. New members are always welcome. We will be shadowing the Carnegie book awards and also providing our own activities. We look forward to sharing our reviews with you. very soon!

Mrs Taylor. ETaylor@nailseaschool.com

Railhead by Ben
I think that railhead is a fantastic book. It is full of tension and twists and turns. The book is jam-packed with exciting plots and unexpected turns . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Cristina
The author is great at keeping the suspense throughout the book, it is a great detective story and Annabelle is a great detective. 'Dark' at times, th . . .
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Beck by Cristina
Following the story of Beck, from Liverpool to Canada and then the USA is an adventurous journey, full of tragic events but with a very happy ending. . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Cristina
Written from the point of view of various characters, the book relates many touching stories interlinked to each others. The setting in Alaska makes i . . .
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The Stars at Oktober Bend by Cristina
A very moving story. I was particularly impressed by the way the author reflected Alice's 'diversity'in the writing style . Very clever, even if it to . . .
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Railhead by Darren kupkake
This is a good book as the picture at the end can sum up a lot about the story, this story is also descriptive and imaginative. . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Sam
The Bone Sparrow is a book about a boy called Subhi and a girl called Jimmie. Subhi lives in a refugee camp, and has done so all his life. Jimmie live . . .
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Wolf Hollow by charlotte
Wolf hollow was a really good book and all the characters were well written and the plot was good. I wasn't really expecting the book to end how it di . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Bruce
Sputnik's guide to life on earth was a slightly (but not so much) gripping book. The whole thing was kind of enlightening and was in short "really goo . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Sam
This book is a good book, but it doesn't blow me away. It feels that it is more centred to seven year olds. The story revolves around a boy called Pre . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Ben
'Sputnick's guide to life on earth'is a book that is funny and tells a story. Personally, I think that this book is a bit too childish and child comed . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Cristina
It is nearly impossible not to cry reading this highly emotional book. There is emotionally so much going on, from one side the sad and brutal reality . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Emily
This book is amazing and I was hooked until the last page. The way the story is written from different view points is very interesting as we find out . . .
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Railhead by Sam
This is an excellent book with a great story line. I like the characters and the idea of a simple petty thief becoming a worldwide mass murderer calle . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Matthew G
I liked the book because it was sad but based on a true story. My favourite character was Eli because he was moved in to the adult camp and then he le . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Nina
The Smell of Other People's Houses is an emotive book, which I found quite similar to 'The Fault In Our Stars'. it is set in 1960's Alaska, a decade a . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Darren cupcake
I really liked this book because when the book described something a really vivid picture came up in my head. I would advise someone to read this, esp . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Darren cupcake
I really liked this book because when the book described something a really vivid picture came up in my head. I would advise someone to read this, esp . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Ben
Wolf hollow is a touching, loving novel that has a surprise around every corner. It grips you all the way the expectant end. I would definitely recomm . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Cristina
An incredible book that grips you from page one and takes your breath away, like a punch in the stomach. The story of four young people trapped in one . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by chloe
Sputnik's Guide to Life on earth is very fun book to read. I laughed out loud quite a few times while reading it and I loved all of it. it is one of t . . .
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What is your favourite genre of book?

Mystery and Crime
51% (89 votes)

Emotive and Romance
35% (61 votes)

Autobiography and biography/ YouTubers
14% (24 votes)

 
Title: The Haunted House
Illustrator: Jan Pienkowski
Winning Year: 1979

Twenty-five years after first being unlocked, the door opens again on the house of petrifying pop-ups! Enjoy a tour of this spooky old house where a spine-tingling surprise lurks in every dark corner.
 

 
 

Frank Cottrell-Boyce

Frank Cottrell Boyce is the author of Millions, Framed, Cosmic, The Astounding Broccoli Boy and the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang sequels. He is also a successful writer of screen-plays and, along with director Danny Boyle, devised the Opening Ceremony . .

 

 

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