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Perins School
Alresford, Hants
Group status: Reading :)



This year's group (2017) are students from years 7,8 and 10 who are excited about reading some different books!!

Emilia Cave and Amelie Parish

Beck by Stephanie
Beck was a really intriguing, gripping read. It is about a young, coloured boy called Beck, who is shipped from Britain to Canada after his mother die . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Hannah
Sputnik's Guide to Life is, at a first glance, a book that is for very young readers but the underlying message of dementia is very clever. This book . . .
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Railhead by Hannah
I like Railhead because it's very different and full of the author's imagination. It's a very lively book, with very few dark aspects to it. I think t . . .
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Beck by Hannah
Beck is a very vivid book about an extremely dark and untold part of history. It follows Beck who is black and an orphan. It sheds light on the unfair . . .
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The Stars at Oktober Bend by Hannah
The Stars at Okotober Bend is very inventive and it opens your eyes to what many people, with disorders, go through daily. Personally, I thought it wa . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Hannah
The Smell Of Other People's Houses is enlightening, as it shows what happened to Alaska after it became a state and how people's perspectives can vary . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Hannah
Wolf Hollow is based in the time of World War Two and the main character is called Annabelle. She is fairly young and she lives in a village that isn' . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Hannah
Salt To The Sea is very upsetting, it tells a hidden story of what many people experienced in World War Two. The story is very vivid and is told throu . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Hannah
The Bone Sparrow is based around a boy, called Subhi, who is living in a refugee camp. The book follows him as he goes through some very emotional tim . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Amelie
Wow. Salt to the Sea left me literally speechless. It was so shocking and tragic, made all the more by the fact that it was based off true events. . . .
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Railhead by Amelie
Railhead was a fascinating adventure about a boy called Zen Starling as he travelled around the universe carrying out a mission for the mysterious 'Ra . . .
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The Eagles
Andover
The Order of the Nine Shadows
Southampton,
Shottermill Junior School
Haslemere,
Mill Chase Academy
Bordon , Hampshire
What was your favourite book out of the Carnegie shortlisted?

Apple and Rain
35% (7 votes)

When Mr Dog Bites
5% (1 vote)

Tinder
5% (1 vote)

The Middle Of Nowhere
5% (1 vote)

More Than This
40% (8 votes)

Buffalo Soldier
10% (2 votes)

 
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. But