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Ysgol John Bright
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.


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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The Trinity Readers
Co Tyrone,
Bryn Elian High School
Which book do YOU want to win?

Salt to the sea
29% (2 votes)

Rail head
29% (2 votes)

43% (3 votes)

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 . .