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Charter School
London,
Group status: Led by the Y7 Curious Club, this year's Carnegie Shadowing is set to be the most exciting and popular yet!

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This year we're opening The Carnegie to the whole school! We'd like anyone who reads a book from the shortlist to post reviews, videos and pictures here!

OUR FABULOUS CURIOUS CLUB!

The Smell of Other People's Houses by Mia
Even though I have only read a few chapters of this book I had to stop since I was board stiff. I don't want to put anyone else off reading this book . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Petra
The Smell of Other Peoples Houses is an inspiring book about 4 teenagers entwined lives in the recently integrated state of Alaska. Hank is the oldest . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Alexander
I haven't finished the book but here's my overview as Subhi: I am a boy called Subhi who was born in a German refugee detention centre, I have a si . . .
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Railhead by Samuel Riddy
This is honestly one of the best books I have ever read, although a little under-complex for my age as an 8+ this could probably be read at 13 and hav . . .
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The Stars at Oktober Bend by Mrs Dougall
Having only read the first few chapters, I cannot comment on the whole book and sincerely hope it picks up after Chapter 9! I gave up on this one as I . . .
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Beck by Mrs Dougall
First and foremost, this book is not going to be suitable for most of our KS3 students. As beautiful as it is, the story is harrowing and highly adult . . .
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Title: Monsters of Men
Author: Patrick Ness
Winning Year: 2011

The third and final volume in the "Chaos Walking Trilogy" finds three armies marching on New Prentisstown, each intent on destroying the others. Todd and Viola are caught in the middle with no chance of escape or, it seems, of stopping the fighting...
 

 
 

Mal Peet with Meg Rosoff
Meet Mal Peet Mal Peet's first novel, Keeper, won the Branford Boase Award and the Bronze Nestle Children's Book Prize; Tamar won the Carnegie Medal; and Exposure was the winner of the Guardian Children . . .

 

 

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