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Camden School for Girls
London,
Group status: Lots of reading to do, and loving the books so far!

Our favourites so far

Hi, This year all our readers are in Year 7. We are really enjoying the books so far- and can't wait to see who wins!

Wed Wabbit by Zena
I really enjoyed it and thought it was brilliant, but I think it's aimed at slightly younger readers. The plot was marvellous, but some rhymes weren' . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Jughead
Wed Wabbit is a comical novel for young children set in the fantasy world of Wimbley Woos. I really enjoyed reading this book because it has so much i . . .
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After the Fire by Cecile
After The Fire is a psychological thriller that takes place in a religious cult and a therapy unit in California. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Moonbea . . .
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Where the World Ends by Clazzzy
Where The World Ends is set in the Scottish isles, on the deserted islands of St Kilda. It is a survival book like no other and is sure to leave you . . .
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Where the World Ends by Rene
I enjoyed this book because the writing style was interesting and it made it an enjoyable book to read, yet sometimes I found parts of the story confu . . .
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The Hate U Give by Solaris
The hate you give is important because whilst reading it the images inside your head are not old-fashioned or obscure, its just right down the road. I . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Charlotte
I thought this book is fantastic for young children to enjoy a comedic novel while learning some important lessons. One of the best things about this . . .
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The Hate U Give by Bell
I found The Hate You Give very meaningful, as it is all about racism. It tells you about the social divisions between black and white people, and you . . .
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The Hate U Give by Brian
Set in Missisipi, in one of the most segregated areas of America, this book follows the story of Starr, a 16 year old black girl who lives in the hood . . .
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Saint Death by Bob
Because of the setting of this book, Mexico, there is lots of foreign language in it. The way that the author uses this is very clever because you can . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by kevin
The world that Crow lives in is so different from our life in London. So, in some ways, it is really interesting to us, with all of the sailing, fishi . . .
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After the Fire by Stuart
After The Fire is a thrilling book full of surprises and twists. Even though the book is based on a true event that happened, it is an amazing book no . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Lilia
I thought this book was interesting because of the strong personality of Crow and her ambitions to find out her past. The way the author includes a se . . .
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THE SMMA BOOK CLUB
LONDON
Parli Page Turners
London,
Yerbury School
London,
Holloway Hero's
Where would you most like to spend your summer holidays this year?

Learning survival skills on St Kilda. Camping, rock climbing, kayakking, fishing. Rain is guaranteed and there is no mobile signal.
Chilling out on the Elizabeth Islands off the coast of Massachusetts. Enjoying the scenery, wildlife and history. There is wifi but the signal is unreliable. It is a short ferry trip to the mainland and civilisation.
Enjoying a surreal, unworldly experience in Wimbley Land
The city of Juarez, Mexico on the border with the United States. You are here to enjoy the culture and history. Your hotel is in a much more affluent part of this city than Anapra and you are able to cross the border into the United States. However, Juar
The city of Jackson, Mississippi where Angie Thomas comes from and THUG probably takes place. You are here to enjoy the culture of the Southern United States. This is meant to be a fun, relaxing holiday. Whatever your ethnicity, as a visitor from Engla
As a guest in the religious community where Moonbeam lives. This is before Father John has taken over and members are still free to go in and out of the commune. You will be expected to take part in all activities, including working outdoors in the hot
 
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