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Lale2017
Staines-upon-Thames,
Group status: The tension is building as we await the results from the Judges
the amazing ant, the gymnast giraffe, the entertaining eagle, the sporty snake, the jumping jaguar, the running racoon, the kicking kangaroo, the dancing dolphin, the hoola-hooping, hippo!

Stanley

The Marvels by Akriti the Awesome Ant
This is a really amazing book. When I first picked it up, I thought it would be really long and boring, but it was actually really interesting and ent . . .
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There is a Tribe of Kids by Maia
the illustration are quite good but not realistic. There is a child who goes exploring and finds animals. At the start it say there is a tribe of k . . .
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Tidy by Anon
I like the front page because when you open it there are trees and that is funny and then you turn it again and then there is a badger that is funny b . . .
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Tidy by Emily
Tidy is a good book to read because it is funny and exciting on the front of the book it hasd loads of trees on the front. It has loads of animals in . . .
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A Great Big Cuddle by Stanley the Slippery Snake
Author: Michael Rosen Illustrator: Chris Ridd I love this book because the illustrations create the words of the pictures are on the colours of the . . .
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A Great Big Cuddle by Emily the Enthusiastic Elephant
I love a Great Big Cuddle because it has all rimes in it and It is very funny th the rym that is called I Went is very funny because it says I went to . . .
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The Journey by Hannah the hungry hamster
I like the front page because it is very colourful and is exstemerly interesting.I feel that the colours work very well and that they contraste.The fr . . .
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A Great Big Cuddle by Akriti the amazing ant
A great big cuddle is suitable for all ages. This book consists of poems which all rhyme. I particularly enjoyed a poem called 'I don't want' which is . . .
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A Great Big Cuddle by Emily the Energetic Eagle
I love this book because it has nursery rhymes in it. It is very funny. The rhyme called ‘I Went’ is very funny because it says: ’I went to Lap . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Maia the Magnificent Monkey
Harry Potter goes to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The illustrations that caught my eye were the pictures of Professor Quirrel unwrappin . . .
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Tidy by Stanley the ?? Snake
I love this book because the pictures are intricate in detail. The pictures say the words for you. This is a brilliant book about a clueless badger, . . .
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Tidy by Hannah
This book was amazing! I love the illustrations. My favourite part was when Pete the badger put everything back to normal and then had a picnic with h . . .
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Tidy by Jacob the Jaguar
A very good book because it is funny. It is about a badger, called Pete, who loves to keep things neat and tidy, but after a flood he stops. My favour . . .
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The Journey by Debra the Dancing Dolphin
The story opens with an illustration of a familiar seaside scene, full of colour and fun. But turn the page, and there is a fantastic use of BIG BLACK . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Rebecca
The illustrated version of the first Harry Potter book contains wonderful images that brings the story to life in your head. The recurring images in t . . .
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The Journey by Rebecca
The cover of this book is/looks very abstract, I think that it makes you want to read it by all the things going on in it. I think that most of the pi . . .
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Tidy by Mrs. F the dancing dolphin
Effective use of cut-away front cover, to draw the reader in. Reverse assembly, with frontispiece towards back, due to cover format. Slightly engaging . . .
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RRC
Staines,
Staines Prep School
Staines upon Thames,
 
Title: Shackleton's Journey
Illustrator: William Grill
Winning Year: 2015

In the last days of the Heroic Age of Exploration, Ernest Shackleton dreamed of crossing the frozen heart of Antarctica, a place of ferocious seas, uncharted mountains and bone-chilling cold. But when his ship, the Endurance, became trapped in the deadly