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A small collective of insanity that hides behind the pretence of normality and book reviewing.

Benji

The Smell of Other People's Houses by Cat :)
This story is set in Alaska in the 1970s and follows Ruth, Dora, Alyce and Hank over several seasons. They're all struggling with different things but . . .
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The Wolves of Currumpaw by Lily
The wolves of Currumpaw By William Grill The Images in the book were very beautiful yet simple. The story was very beautiful and the illustrations . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by
Harry Potter is a modern classic for different types of age groups, but sometimes it is very hard for young audiences to get into books which are very . . .
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The Stars at Oktober Bend by Saule
It's about a girl called Alice who has forever 'twelveness' and has 'crazy wiring'. After the mysterious incident she learns to write again and leave . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Saule
This book is about a refugee ship that sank on 30th January 1945. It is from the perspective of 4 young people who all meet on Wilhelm gustloff the re . . .
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Glenfrome Primary School
Horfield,
Kingsfield School
Bristol,
Monks Park
Horfield,
 
What makes a good book?

The smell of the pages
The character(s) who'll brisk you away on their own adventures
A scene or setting that you could find yourself lost in
A moral or lesson that will stay with you forever, eternal gratifying
A joy in reading, a satisfaction of completion or happiness
The calm or serenity of meaning and thought
A story beyond comprehension
Or something more...
 
Title: The Adventures of the Dish and the Spoon
Illustrator: Mini Grey
Winning Year: 2007

You've read the rhyme, now find out what happens next in the astonishing tale of the dazzling Dish and Spoon duo, after they run away together.
 

 
 

Chris Riddell
A personal favourite to many of us, a ceaseless source of entertainment and laughter.