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Pool Hayes Academy
Willenhall,
Group status: Over the last couple of months, this is the shadowing stuff we've ben up to reading, reading, reading and reading the sortlisted books.
Here at pool Hayes, we are all very passionate about reading and feel this is a great opportunity to explore the world without leaving the room.

PHA 2018

Saint Death by lachay
Saint Death has a very deep and powerful meaning. This book represents the struggles of Mexican immigrants crossing the boarder. Before Arturo (the ma . . .
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Where the World Ends by Lachay
This book is about a group of young men abandoned on a derelict island in the middle of nowhere and in order to survive the must work together and get . . .
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Wed Wabbit by lachay
Wed Wabbit has a modern humour to it but also a disconsolate and depressing scene to start off with. Fidge(the main protagonist)is determined to save . . .
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Where the World Ends by Mark
Engaging at times.Can be scary where I feel for Quilliam. At times it is funny and others very tense. Overall, I feel that this book is very descripti . . .
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Rook by Louie
This book is an interesting read as it manages to combine a typical romance story with touchy, real-life subjects that some other titles won't touch, . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Catherine
This book was a bit hard to get into at first, but after a few chapters, I couldn't put it down. There was a lot of mystery involved in the book, and . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Amy
This book is a fantastic read, there's action, adventure and so much emotion. . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Emma
Wed Wabbit is a really funny and intriguing book. It is difficult to get into at the start, but it does become really enjoyable. The wimbley woos real . . .
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After the Fire by Elizabeth
The book makes you want to reach out to Moonbeam (main character),to let her know that she's being brainwashed by Father John and robbed of her right . . .
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Rook by Erin
This book portrayed the life of a boy who has a 'special' brother and bullying. It shows how bad having a crush feels and disabilities. It also portra . . .
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After the Fire by Erin
I adored this book. I found it extremely truthful and was very hard to put down. now i do find that with most books I read but this was different beca . . .
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Release by Erin
I found this book amazing and couldn't put it down as soon as i started it. I didn't quite get it a first but quickly got the gist of it, i think not . . .
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Meadow View Primary Y5
Birmingham,
Deansfield High School
Wolverhampton,
walsall slss
Rushall,
BROWNHILLS LIBRARY
Walsall,
What is your favourite Carnegie book so far?

 
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Title: Skellig
Author: David Almond
Winning Year: 1998

Michael's baby sister is ill. Her condition becomes life-threatening and the family faces the nightmare of an operation to save her life. Michael turns to his new friend Mina and the strange being, Skellig, who has been living beneath the crumbling garag
 

 
 

Patrick Ness

Patrick Ness is the multi-award-winning author of A Monster Calls, the Chaos Walking series, More Than This, The Ask and the Answer, The Rest of Us Just Live Here, and The Crane Wife. He is twice winner . .