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PETTS WOOD LIBRARY BOOKS ALOUD
Bromley, Kent
Group status: We are a group of 5-7 year olds called Books Aloud and we meet once a week to listen to stories

Books Aloud

We are very excited about looking at these books and we love drawing lots and lots of pictures for the Kate Greenaway Gallery.

Tidy by Elizabeth
This book is amazing, because it has got so many beautiful pictures. I also like how the story rhymes and the different layers of the front cover, whi . . .
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Tidy by Francesca
I like this book's illustrations because there are so many details to spot; for example, at the end of the story, the ants are putting all the tidying . . .
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Tidy by Kathleen
When Jenny the librarian showed us the book called 'Tidy' I loved the cutting out on the cover, which made it look more exciting and interesting. I li . . .
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A Great Big Cuddle by Kathleen
I loved this book because it has lots of little poems for kids. My top favourite one is: 'Let Me Do It' because it muddles up the words to make funny . . .
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Wild Animals of the North by Francesca
This fabulous book about the wild animals that live in the North of our Earth is really interesting because it has lots of facts and beautiful, pricel . . .
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There is a Tribe of Kids by Alice
I like the penguins and I liked the boy meeting them, I also liked the jellyfish . . .
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What is your favourite book?

The Gruffalo
4% (7 votes)

Winnie the Witch
1% (1 vote)

Charlie and Lola
2% (4 votes)

Horrid Henry
1% (2 votes)

Fantastic Mr Fox
3% (5 votes)

Giraffes Can't Dance
9% (15 votes)

Winnie the Pooh
6% (10 votes)

Paddington
73% (122 votes)

 
Title: Dogger
Illustrator: Shirley Hughes
Winning Year: 1977

Dogger shows the distress the loss of a toy causes a child, as well as the reality of family life. Filled with humour this is a book for young readers to tackle by themselves, as well as a delight to read aloud.
 

 
 

Emily Gravett

Emily Gravett is a graduate of Brighton University and winner of the 2004 Macmillan Prize for Illustration. Wolves, her first picture book was published in August 2005 and marked the beginning of an internationally stellar career creating . .