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Chatterbooks book group meet on a Friday lunch 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. We are Epic! We love books! We are Matilda, Coco, Alice, Jessica, Evie, Zachy, Hattie, Indigo, Daisy, and Petra. Books we would like to recommend are The Last Wild trilogy by Piers Torday, Evie's Ghost by Helen Peters, The Uncommoners by Jennifer Bell, Wonder by R.J. Palacio, The Demon Dentist by David Walliams, The Roman Mysteries by Caroline Lawrence, The World's Worst Children (one and two) by David Walliams, The Dream Snatcher by Abi Elphinstone. Join a book club now!

Mrs Evans

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Coco
I think that Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone should win the Kate Greenaway book awards because the illustrations really enhance the text.Ther . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Indigo
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is a great book.I really like the illustrations as they are so detailed. The front cover is really eye catchi . . .
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The Journey by Hattie
Love this book! The drawings are fantastic. They've put a lot of detail into the pictures.This book is emotional and sad but still amazing. This book . . .
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A Great Big Cuddle by Jessica
I love all the poems. The pictures are amazing. It's a very good book. Cool! . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Alice
What a good book! The Illustrations were beautiful and life like. I think the harry potter series are probably my favourite books and the writing suck . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Jessica
Very good. I love all the pictures. They are very colourful. as soon as i looked at the front cover i knew the book would be exciting. . . .
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The Marvels by Matilda
The Marvels is a very good book because it mostly tells the book in pictures and you can make up your own words for the pictures which I think lots of . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Daisy
This is a really good book with amazing illustrations. It is perfect for Harry Potter fans who prefer picture books. The story doesn't need words as t . . .
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The Wolves of Currumpaw by Petra
I really liked this book because it has excellent pictures. I enjoyed the small pictures that told a story. My favourite Wolf was Blanco because he . . .
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There is a Tribe of Kids by Coco & Evie
I think There Is a Tribe of Kids is a very good book because there are pictures on every page I also really like this book because the pictures are ve . . .
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Tidy by Evie & Coco
Tidy is a book quite suitable for children around 3-5 years old. The book is written and illustrated by Emily Gravett. The book is about a badger cal . . .
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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by Matilda
Harry Potter is a brilliant book. I love this book because it's illustrations are amazing. They are so detailed and colourful. What I love doing when . . .
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Wild Animals of the North by zachy
The wild animals of the north was a great book. It had fantastic illustrations that showed the animals very well.I also like the small paragraphs tell . . .
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The Marvels by Evie
The Marvels is a book, mostly with pictures, about an American boy, Billy Marvel, and his dog, Tar, who are on a ship which sinks and gets shipwrecked . . .
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Kingsdale Book Busters
Dulwich, London
Castling Queens and Kings
Dulwich, London
Dulwich College Book Club
London,
Kingsdale Readers
Dulwich, London
Which book do you think will win the Kate Greenaway award?

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Illustrated by Jim Kay.
25% (1 vote)

The Marvels by Brian Selznick.
25% (1 vote)

The Wild Animals of the North by Dieter Braun
50% (2 votes)

 
Title: FArTHER
Illustrator: Grahame Baker-Smith
Winning Year: 2011

Father's house is safe and rooted in the rock. Inside however, he dreams of flight, and tries to make the perfect machine that will let him take to the air. Then, another call claims him and he never returns. But dreams can be passed from father to son,
 

 
 

Dieter Braun

Dieter Braun is a freelance illustrator and children's book author from Hamburg, Germany. He studied Communication Design at the Folkwangschule in Essen. Clients include international publications like Time Magazine, The New York Times, stern, Cos . .