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Kingdown Karnegie
Warminster,
Group status: Shadowing meetings started today 21st March. Mostly the same group as last year who are all amazing, fun students to work with.
Our group this year is: Mrs Harris, Poppy, Jane, Mabel, Jorja, Ellie and Rebecca

The Boy who isn't Harry Whitburn!

Wed Wabbit by Poppy
Wed Wabbit has a fun theme to it, but for me it was a bit childish. Although, childish it still had a very good plot to it. The cover confused me at f . . .
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After the Fire by Mrs Harris
Wow! I love this book which I can relate to as I remember Waco and the terrible, life-changing circumstances in which adults and children had to live . . .
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Saint Death by Mrs Harris
This is not my favourite of the Carnegie shortlisted books but it sends out a tough message about drugs, drug lords, poverty and the Mexican/American . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Ellie
This book is about a girl named Crow as her interest for a strange island increases. She was shipwrecked as a baby, with a ruby ring and tattered bits . . .
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After the Fire by Ellie
After the fire is inspiring novel based on true events. The book follows the story of Moon bean, a survivor after the religous sect was burned down. S . . .
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Saint Death by Poppy
I personally didn't enjoy Saint Death that much, mainly because the punctuation was in Spanish and so were some of the words, which made it difficult . . .
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Where the World Ends by Mrs Harris
This book, based on a true story from the 18th century, reminded me a little of "Lord of the Flies" in that a group of boys (including three men) are . . .
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Rook by Mrs Harris
I really enjoyed this book for all sorts of reasons.Kenny and Nicky haven't had an easy life after their mum left home and dad struggled with depressi . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Mrs Harris
Beyond the Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk I was a bit sceptical at the beginning of the book by the notion of a baby, just a few hours old, being washed u . . .
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Warminster School Book Club
Warminster,
The Novel Idealists
Wiltshire,
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Title: Wolves
Illustrator: Emily Gravett
Winning Year: 2005

This is a book about the power of library books! Too many rabbits believe everything they read. A wolf's favourite food is unfortunately NOT small girls in red hoods, but small furry creatures with long ears.