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Hillview School for Girls
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Hillview Carnegie Club

The Hillview School for Girls Carnegie Shadowing Reading Group is meeting on Friday mornings in the School Library. We will be debating the shortlist with Weald of Kent Grammar School reading group in June.

Daisy Parsons

Salt to the Sea by Emily
I found Salt to the Sea very sad but absolutely AWESOME! I loved how it changed perspectives every chapter so you could see how each of the character . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Lily OC
I really enjoyed Wolf Hollow. The beginning hooked me straight away and I struggled to put it down especially as it got later into the book! . . .
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Salt to the Sea by jasmine.b
I think Salt to the Sea is a gripping book. It is very descriptive and sad in places. The author really makes you feel you are there with them and it . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Emily
I found The Bone Sparrow heartbreaking. I read it all in one night because it was very interesting. I loved the contrast between Jimmie and Subhi beca . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Sophie
I really enjoyed reading Wolf Hollow because of the interesting twists and cliff hangers. . . .
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Hayesbrook Book Club
Tonbridge Grammar School
Weald of Kent Grammar School
Tonbridge, Kent
What is your favourite book so far?

The Stars at Oktober Bend
17% (2 votes)

The Bone Sparrow
75% (9 votes)

8% (1 vote)

Title: Bog Child
Author: Siobhan Dowd
Winning Year: 2009

Digging for peat in the mountain with his Uncle Tally, Fergus finds something that makes his heart stop. Curled up deep in the bog is the body of the child. And it looks as if she?s been murdered. As Fergus tries to make sense of the troubled world around


Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock

Born and raised in Alaska and a longtime journalist for Alaska Public Radio, Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock spent ten years fishing commercially and raised her children on a boat in Southeast Alaska - bringing a rare authenticity to her writing about Americ . .