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Addey & Stanhope School Carnegie Club
Deptford, London
Group status: Come join us in the Library on Friday lunchtimes to discuss, borrow and review the Carnegie books!

Addey & Stanhope Carnegie Club

Carnegie Club meets on Friday lunchtimes in the Library with Ms Williams the Librarian - all students year 8 and upwards welcome!
You don't have to read all 8 of the books on the shortlist to take part; and when you finish reading any of the shortlisted books don't forget to let us know what you thought of it and post a review on our page - go to Shadowing > Post a Review > search for our school > (Addey and Stanhope) and get writing!

Ms Williams - Librarian

After the Fire by Felicity
This book is incredibly descriptive and exciting! This book is about a girl who lived in a cult-like place where she is technically imprisoned there. . . .
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Saint Death by Felicity
This book is is a really good read.I like that the main character, Arturo, is very mysterious and at the start you don't know much him but sooner on y . . .
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After the Fire by Kaleib
After the fire is a good book following Moonbeam, our main character, and recollections on her time in her cult. 10/10 . . .
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Rook by Leah
I didn't really like this book but if you like the theme of nature it would be great for you. . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Milo
Beyond the Bright Sea is an absolutely beautiful book with wonderful description, lovable characters, and a sturdy plot. We start of this book by bein . . .
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Saint Death by Julian
Out of all honesty, I can't remember much as I am posting this review about 2 weeks later than I should. Anyway, my overall opinion of it is that it's . . .
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Where the World Ends by Julian
My overall Judgement of Where The World Ends is a positive one. The fact that the book has a map in the first few pages means that you can look back a . . .
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