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Holy Family,Keighley
Keighley, West Yorkshire
Group status: Debating the winners

It begins....

The 2018 Carnegie book club opens for business! A lot of great books on this shortlist and we're very excited about all of them. ^_____^ Next Meeting: Thursday 5th July

Time to choose one!

Wed Wabbit by Emma
Wed Rabbit was a fun and interesting book to read. The fact that a it is written from a child's point of view makes it that more enjoyable and differe . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Sara
This was by far my favourite book. It was really well written and it had a strong sense of humour. I rate it 4/5. . . .
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Rook by Gianluca
Really couldn't get into the book. Wasn't my kind of read. Th starting of the book kinda confused me. Wouldn't recommend the book to people. Seeing as . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Gianluca
I liked the book and as it was the first book I read I was thoroughly intrigued by the back story of Crow. I liked how, almost, mother like Miss Maggi . . .
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Release by Gianluca
Absolutely loved the book. I liked the first story but found the second story weird and hard to follow. I liked almost all the characters and how they . . .
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Where the World Ends by Gianluca
I loved the book and thoroughly enjoyed the hardship of the boys. I became emotionally attached to some of the boys, and their stories. The plot twist . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Gianluca
I thought it was a good book filled with exciting characters. The characters are funny and enjoyable to read about. Wouldn't mind reading it again but . . .
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Rook by Emma
Rook was an alright kind of book. The storyline wasn't great, but it was good and enjoyable. In my opinion, the characters were okay. I do not know w . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Emma
Well... this was a great book! It had a great storyline, the characters were good and the plot was cool. I loved the fact that the main character wa . . .
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Where the World Ends by Emma
I did not find this particular book enjoyable. I thought it was hard to get into, so that made me put it down and not pick it up again! The language w . . .
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South Craven School
Cross Hills,
Greenhead High
West Yorkshire,
Which is YOUR favourite Shakespeare play?

The Tempest
Macbeth
Romeo and Juliet
As You Like It
Hamlet
Midsummer Night's Dream
   
 
Title: A Bundle of Ballads
Illustrator: William Stobbs
Winning Year: 1959

This is an illustrated collection of old ballads, that were originally told by minstrels and passed down the generations. The minstrels disappeared, but the stories they had sung were remembered by old country folk who remembered them from childhood.
 

 


Beckfoot Oakbank Carnegies

Dixons City Academy