President Kennedy School & CC Coventry, Group status: We are a group of Year 7 students reading the Carnegie Short list.
We meet every Friday with our Librarians to discuss the novels that we are reading.
Ms Ranchhod & Ms Lindsey
Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Ismail Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth is very funny and serious at the same time. It has inspired me to not just write in a line but write in random places . . . read full review
Railhead by Karina Railhead is a great book about a petty thief stealing things such as necklaces and things like that but then this woman in red changes his life. . . . read full review
Salt to the Sea by Ismail Salt to the Sea is a interesting book with a great storyline. It is very hard to follow but you do get a hang of it. I loved the vocabulary. It is a g . . . read full review
Railhead by Praveen In my opinion, Railhead was a very poor book it kept throwing information that I just did not understand and it was very boring and I failed to relate . . . read full review
The Bone Sparrow by Tiya The book was amazing its intrigued me very much and i would love too read more books like this. . . . read full review
Railhead by alex Rail-Head is a good adventure book and has a good storyline. . . . read full review
Wolf Hollow by Aymaan Wolf Hollow is a book everyone can enjoy. It is set during the 2nd world war. However the events that take place are in a small village farm.
A gir . . . read full review
The Bone Sparrow by Nida The Bone Sparrow has a very interesting story and I enjoy reading about modern day refugees. It hooks me in and I can't put the book down. The book is . . . read full review
Which of this years shortlisted books would make the best movie?
100% (3 votes)
Title: I Will Not Ever Never Eat a Tomato Illustrator: Lauren Child Winning Year: 2000
Lola will not eat peas. In fact, she won't eat carrots, potatoes, mushrooms, eggs, sausages, cauliflower, cabbage or baked beans. And she will absolutely not eat a tomato. When Charlie discovers that peas are green drops from Greenland, and that carrots