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Exmouth Carnegie Collective
Exmouth, Devon
Group status: Rehearsals well underway for 2017 presentation.

The Exmouth Carnegie Collective lunchtime meet.

Carnegie group at Exmouth are busy preparing a presentation on "The Bone Sparrow" which is our favourite title from the shortlist this year. We will champion this at Devon round of Carnegie Shadowing on 16th June. Meanwhile Year 6 students from some of our feeder Primary schools will visit us to perform their presentations on the Greenaway shortlisted books. After an interval of light refreshments and themed cakes, and an opportunity to look at the artwork produced, the votes will be counted, the winning school announced, and prizes awarded.

Mrs B

The Bone Sparrow by Ariadna Bazaga
This book really opened my eyes up to the all-too-real situation in refugee camps and the discrimination and hatred towards Rohingya people and I'm su . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Helena
This is an inspirational book which gives a realistic account of the hardships of refugees. The characters are well developed , believable and ultimat . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Lou
The refugee crisis is a massive issue and this book tells of how, even in the 21st Century we still allow atrocities to happen. Subhi is the stoic her . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Leonie
The Bone Sparrow is one of the most informative books I have ever read. It made me realise that there were many many people in the world who were cons . . .
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St. Peter's Shadowers
Lympstone,
Exmouth's Greenaway Gang
Exmouth, Devon
St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School
Exmouth, Devon
Brixington Primary School
Exmouth, Devon
Have you heard about the plight of the Rohingya Refugees?

Yes
67% (2 votes)

No
33% (1 vote)

   
 
Title: Maggot Moon
Author: Sally Gardner
Winning Year: 2013

A ruthless regime is determined to beat its enemies in a race to the moon. But when his best friend Hector is suddenly taken away, it is up to unlikely hero Standish, his grandfather, and a small band of rebels, to confront and defeat the ever-present opp
 

 
 

Zana Fraillon

Zana Fraillon lives in Victoria, Australia with her husband and three sons. She worked as a primary school teacher before having children, and has had picture books and middle grade fiction published in Australia.

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