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Karnegie Kids
Clare, Sudbury
Group status: Group photo uploaded!! More books read - and lots of discussion on the upcoming books.

Hello, We are the Karnegie Kids. we are a little group of students from Stour Valley Community School, a small school in Clare, a little historical town near Sudbury. The people in our group vary in ages but we all share a love for books. but reading is not our only talents. In our small group students and teachers do Karate, Horse riding, drawing, football and much much more! We all read at different paces and have different tastes in books. This is a wonderful thing because it means our group discussions are filled with very different opinions, which makes them interesting and brilliant to be a part of. We hope everyone who is a part of Carnegie will enjoy this as much as we do. We are a bigger group than last year's, clearly indicating that this a wonderful way for students to find books they enjoy and to try new ones. Thank you Carnegie!

J Mortimer (School Librarian).

Where the World Ends by Nieve
I really enjoyed this book. It was really exciting until the last 10 pages, where it was a bit confusing. It was confusing because I didn't understand . . .
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Rook by Olivia
Rook is a short story about a young boy, called Nicky, and his brother who find an injured rook in the woods whilst walking their dog. Alongside the r . . .
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The Hate U Give by Olivia
The Hate U Give is a powerful and moving novel about a sixteen year old girl with two different lives; one at a posh high school and another at her po . . .
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Rook by Nieve
I really liked this book, but unfortunately it was really short. It could have been longer so I could enjoy it for longer! It had a really clever stor . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Emily
This book is about crow, a girl who decides to find out about her past. This book is amazing and is very captivating. I just wanted to read on to find . . .
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Where the World Ends by Leonie
Where the World ends has a story line as powerful as the majestic birds the story surrounds. However as the story unfolded I found the chapters dragge . . .
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Release by Emily
Release is a book about a 17 year old boy called Adam Thorn. It describes one day of his life, but in that day everything seems to happen. In my opini . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Nieve
I really liked Wed Wabbit, apart from the fact that I had to say Wed Wabbit when talking about it. I really liked how it used riddles to find out how . . .
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After the Fire by Olivia
After the Fire is a compelling novel about a young girl called Moonbeam who has lived inside an isolated community for most of her life and has surviv . . .
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The Hate U Give by Nieve
I really liked The Hate U Give, even though the content and language isn't really appropriate. It has a great story line and was really interesting, e . . .
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The Hate U Give by Amber
At the beginning of the story it was building up to something but then sizzled out.The way it was written was not as straight forward as i imagined th . . .
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After the Fire by Nieve
After the Fire is a book about children and grown ups who live on the premise of the church, their goal in life is to maintain the true path and ascen . . .
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Release by Leonie
Release is a journey through a tricky life lead by the voice lone 17 year old. You follow him through the story as he stumbles through the struggle of . . .
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Saint Death by Nieve
Saint Death is a story about a man called Arturo who tries to help his friend out of debt, but ends up in deeper trouble playing Calavera, a gambling . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Leonie
Beyond the bright sea is a thrilling tale of a young girl desperate to reveal the truth of her past. I thought the author was very clever by connectin . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Nieve
Beyond the Bright Sea is a thrilling tale of a girl called Crow who was abandoned when she was just a few hours old. She is trying to find out about h . . .
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Where the World Ends by Emily
Where the world ends is a book about adults/teens who are stuck on a island. In my opinion I don't think this book is the best I have read. At times I . . .
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Saint Death by Olivia
Saint Death is a very violent thriller following a young man named Arturo who lands himself in trouble when trying to win his friend money in a danger . . .
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Release by Nieve
This book is very good. At the start it is a little hard to understand because it flickers between two stories. The more you read of this book the mor . . .
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Release by Olivia
Release is a very powerful and intimate novel about a gay teen growing up in a strict Christian household. It is really moving and I would DEFINITELY . . .
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Sudbury, Suffolk
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Which is your favourite book?

Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans
34% (22 votes)

The Hate You give by Angie Thomas
3% (2 votes)

Rook by Anthony McGowan
2% (1 vote)

Beyond the Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk
9% (6 votes)

Saint Death by Marcus Sedgewick
5% (3 votes)

Release by Patrick Ness
8% (5 votes)

After the Fire by Will Hill
15% (10 votes)