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Chobham Academy Book Group
40 Cheering lane, London
Group status: We are the 'Mad About Books' Reading Club and we meet every Wednesday in the Library at lunch-time. We are currently taking it in turns to read the books that have been short-listed.

'Mad About Books' Reading Group

We are the 'Mad About Books' reading club, we are a group of many individuals, that all have one thing in common... Our mutual love of books and reading! We are made up of year groups Year 7 up to Year 9 and we meet up in our school library every Wednesday lunch-time. We talk about the books we have been reading and give in reviews and update our Carnegie reading page.

Jadene

Salt to the Sea by Evie
I have been reading 'Salt to the Sea' by Ruta Sepetys and it was amazing! I really loved the story line and it was intriguing all the way through. The . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Abi
I'm writing a book review on a book called 'The Smell Of Other People's Houses', it's written by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock. It is very curious book main . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Jadene
Book Review - Wolf Hollow Wolf Hollow is about a young girl who is being bullied and how that bullying gets out of hand. My favourite character . . .
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Which book do YOU want to win?

The Bone Sparrow
Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth
The smell of other people's homes
Wolf Hollow
Salt to the sea
The stars at oktober bend
Rail head
Beck
 
Title: Each Peach Pear Plum
Illustrator: Janet Ahlberg
Winning Year: 1978

This is an engaging and interactive book for the very young. Familiar nursery-rhyme characters, such as Mother Hubbard and Baby Bunting, sneak their way into the gentle drawings. Even young children who might not know all the fairy-tale stars can find the
 

 
 

Lauren Wolk

After graduating from Brown University in 1981 with a degree in English literature, Lauren Wolk spent a year as a writer with the Battered Women's Project of the St. Paul American Indian Center, and then worked as both an editor and an English tea . .