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Rosemead Chatterbooks

Group status: Currently reading and nibbling Jammie Dodgers!



Chatterbooks book group meet on a Mondaylunch time to talk about what we are reading and to take part in fun book related activities. This term we will be shadowing the Kate Greenaway awards.

Mrs Evans

Thornhill by Jessica,Georgina and Matilda
The drawings are very effective and can describe the book by themselves. They create suspense and are very detailed which makes them look amazing.The . . .
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A First Book of Animals by Izzy and Alice
We both really love this book because of the beautiful, vibrant and creative illustrations.The unobvious thing that caught our eye was the unusual tex . . .
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A First Book of Animals by Maya
I really loved this book because it is full of beautiful and colourful illustrations.The illustrator really thought about the colours and textures to . . .
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Under the Same Sky by Coco
I love this book so much there are some very nice illustrations. I really like the way it's made. The colours are lovely. It makes you remember that e . . .
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Under the Same Sky by Elspeth
I really like it because it has nice colours and the cut outs are cleverly done. It is a good book for all, i think it is really cute and it is an eas . . .
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Rosemead Chatterbooks
Dulwich Prep London
London,
Castling Queens and Kings
Dulwich, London
The DC Biscuiteers
London,
Which book do you think will win the Kate Greenaway award?

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Illustrated by Jim Kay.
The Marvels by Brian Selznick.
Tidy by Emily Gravett.
The Wild Animals of the North by Dieter Braun
The Journey by Francesca Sana
There's a Tribe of Kids. Lane Smith.
The Wolves of Currumpaw. William Grill.
A Great Big Cuddle. Illustrated by Chris Riddell.
 
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