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Hallo and welcome to Idsall School's Group's Reviews and News. Here are our initial thoughts... Best Front Cover - The Smell of Other People's Houses Most Curious Blurb - Wolf Hollow Interesting First Page - Salt To The Sea Gut Feeling - which book should win? Wolf Hollow hoooooooooooooowwwl Adults are judging it - which book will they choose? Bone Sparrow v.)> <(.v Let's see which book wins! Also, we'll be having an inter-school quiz at Idsall School, Shifnal - please get in touch if you'd like to be involved.

Yet to be divined...

Salt to the Sea by Callum. B
At first I frowned at this book as it was very slow paced and disjointed but it got very interesting and exciting. The book was very enjoyable but Alf . . .
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Railhead by Callum.B
Railhead was a great read for me and it's the first time I've read this author but when reading some of the other books he has written, it seems to th . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Makenzie.
Sputnik's Guide To Life On Earth was an AMAZING read because Frank Cottrell Boyce has included amazing humour and sadness along side it. . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Makenzie
The Bone Sparrow was a good read but it just wasn't for me. The first three chapters were really quite boring although I didn't skip them. . . .
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The Bone Sparrow by Rhys
It was a pretty good book - I enjoyed the unique premise, and I think that the author delivered it in a way that is both realistic and entertaining. I . . .
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Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by Ronnie
It was a really good book that I enjoyed. It had a good dilemma and but I didn't like the ending, because it had a sad ending. I loved the book and I . . .
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Madeley Academy
Dawley Dealers
Telford, Shropshire
Telford Readers
The Wrocky Wood Critics
Wrockwardine Wood, Telford
Do you think pupils should have a separate award to vote on who wins the Carnegie and Greenaway awards?

48% (59 votes)

52% (64 votes)

Title: The Edge of the Cloud
Author: Kathleen Peyton
Winning Year: 1969

Christina and Will have escaped Flambards for London with their heads full of dreams, only to find a whole new set of problems. Not only the basic ones of work and a place to live, but Will's single-minded ambition to design and pilot flying machines, wh