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Castle Lane West,
Group status: We're up and running! We have several girls from Years 8 and 9 reading with members of the English department and the Library.



Heather Davey

Beyond the Bright Sea by Hanna
Beyond The Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk follows Crow as she tries to discover where she came from and what it means. Along the way, she has to challenge . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Hanna
Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans follows the adventures of Fidge and Graham in a fantasy land conjured up by Fidge's sister Minnie as they have to save the L . . .
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Release by Hanna
Release by Patrick Ness follows a day in the life of Adam Thorn, a gay boy born into an extremely religious family, as he searches for the freedom of . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Lucy
Wed Wabbit was just a ridiculously light and happy book. It was definitely a change from some of the heavier books also shortlisted but I enjoyed it a . . .
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After the Fire by Lucy
After the Fire by Will Hill was a really emotional and moving book. I enjoyed it thoroughly as it was very unique. The book followed Moonbeam - a 17 . . .
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Rook by Lucy
Rook by Anthony McGowan was definitely an easy read. The book was simple and interesting enough. Rook follows a 14 year old boy from a struggling fam . . .
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After the Fire by Hanna
After The Fire by Will Hill is an extremely interesting novel following the therapy process of Moonbeam, a seventeen-year-old survivor of the fire tha . . .
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Rook by Hanna
Rook by Anthony McGowan follows the everyday life of brothers Kenny and Nicky as they learn more about one another through the discovery of an injured . . .
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The Hate U Give by Hanna
The Hate U Give/THUG by Angie Thomas follows sixteen-year-old Starr as she comes to grips with the death of her best friend Khalil. Set in the present . . .
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After the Fire by Daniella
In my opinion, After the Fire was an incredibly well written and thought-provoking book. It followed the story of a seventeen year old girl who had be . . .
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Where the World Ends by Hanna
Where the World Ends by Geraldine McCaughrean follows a fowling party to Warrior Stac as they try to survive after being abandoned there with no way t . . .
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Saint Death by Lucy
Saint Death by Marcus Sedgwick surprised me as it was better than I expected. However I did not fully enjoy it. The use of Spanish sometimes confused . . .
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The Hate U Give by Lucy
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas was honestly so beautiful and stunning and all the other positive adjectives you could possibly think of. It challenge . . .
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Saint Death by Hanna
Saint Death by Marcus Sedgwick is a thriller following the story of Arturo and Faustino as they try to get $5000 in order to stay alive no matter what . . .
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Where the World Ends by Lucy
Where the World Ends by Geraldine McCaughrean was an okay and interesting book but didnít really touch me in a way that books tend to. It was quite a . . .
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Release by Lucy
The book was immensely different to the Chaos Walking Trilogy which Patrick Ness is very famous for. Itís about a Christian boy coping with the confus . . .
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Bournemouth School Library
Bournemouth,
St Lukes Primary
Bournemouth,
Queen's Park Junior School
Strouden Avenue, Bournemouth
Reading Monkeys
Strouden Avenue, Bournemouth
 
Title: Pigeon Post
Author: Arthur Ransome
Winning Year: 1936

The Swallows crew are on their summer holidays as usual in the Lake District at High Topps. They have come straight from school--Roger & Titty both had a long day's journey from the south; John and Susan's schools are not so far from the Lake. On arriva