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Beckfoot Oakbank Carnegies
West Yorkshire,
Group status: on the final straight....

Our Reading Group

Our Carnegie Shadowing group are all LRC student assistants, and are working their way through the Carnegie list..updated pic to follow


Wed Wabbit by Ben
I think the reason why this book deserves to win is because its a funny and unique book about Fidge who is thrown into the world of Minnie. This book . . .
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Wed Wabbit by ruby
i think this should win because it has an amazing plot and a great twist i would of never expected the twist that it has. This definitely should win. . . .
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Wed Wabbit by jan
Wed Wabbit is an adventure story about friendship, danger and the probability of never being able to get back home again. . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Maryam
I think that this book should win the Carnegie medal because it is the best story book I have ever read. I really enjoyed this book as it has lots of . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Mahfuzah
I think this book should win the Carnegie medal because it is such a heart-touching book. This book is so amazing and it is my favorite book because i . . .
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Rook by Conner
I really enjoyed how the main antagonist has these very `awkward` events, I can relate to him in some ways. I loved how there were words you`d hear on . . .
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Rook by Conner
I really enjoyed how their speech wasn't something you see in an average book, I also enjoyed how the boys, Kenny and Nicky, play together like they a . . .
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After the Fire by Aaron
It was good book but personally don't I don't think that it should win because I found it a bit lacking in keeping the reader hooked. . . .
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Where the World Ends by jah
I did not enjoy or finish the story because the beginning of it was very boring and had a weird story line. . . .
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After the Fire by Alfie
Overall, I enjoyed After the Fire. I thought it was an interesting concept to explore, and an unusual one compared to books that I normally read. The . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Owen
I Thought that t his book was very slow but still gripping to begin with. But towards the End of the book I very nervous about Crow and Osh and Miss M . . .
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The Hate U Give by jah
I don't think that this book should win because there was lot of things going on at one given time. . . .
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Where the World Ends by Rafid
I was enjoying this book to begin but then it began to get really stretched out( the story was way too stretched and slow)so it made me not want to re . . .
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Where the World Ends by Jan
I couldn't get going with this book and it takes too long the story to start and get exciting.i also think there are lots of things that don't need . . .
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Release by Rebecca
This is a fantastic book for experienced readers in secondary schools, due to mature themes. i think this book is fantastic due to the detail and the . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Niamh
This book was well written with equal amounts of adventure and mystery, some of the description seemed to stretch on for long times however, and this . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Evie
Wed Wabbit is a interesting book. In my personal opinion I think this book is for young children etc. year 6,5. It has quite an interesting twist of e . . .
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Rook by Maham
I would give this book a 4/5 as it begins with a cynical start building up the tension easily intriguing the reader Also it keeps the reader hooked on . . .
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Title: The Graveyard Book
Author: Neil Gaiman
Winning Year: 2010

Nobody Owens, known to his friends as Bod, would be a completely normal boy if he didn't live in a graveyard, being raised and educated by ghosts. For it is in the land of the living that real danger lurks, a danger that has already killed Bod's family.
 

 


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