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Stanley Wildcat Readers
Stanley, Co Durham
Group status: The Stanley Wildcat Readers have now completed reviews for Wild Animals of the North - There is a Tribe of kids - The Journey - The Wolves of Currumpaw and Tidy

We are the Stanley Wildcat Readers.... from left to right... Daisy, Alisha, Jemima, Isabelle, Emily & Lucy. We meet every other Tuesday at Stanley library to chat about books and eat yummy biscuits. We have been a reading group since October 2016.

The Journey by Stanley Wildcat Readers
First impressions the group didn't like the front cover and would not of chosen this book from a display. As the story moves on the pictures get more . . .
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There is a Tribe of Kids by Stanley Wildcat Readers
Eye-catching front cover, liked the 'style' of illustrations for the storyline. Jemima & Izzy loved the Jellyfish picture while Daisy loved the Treeh . . .
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Wild Animals of the North by Stanley Wildcat Readers
The wildcat readers really enjoyed this book even though it had no photographs of the animals, they liked the images and would like to see the next bo . . .
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The Wolves of Currumpaw by Jemima
I don't think any of us would have chosen this book because the cover is dull although we do like the varnished effect on it and the triangles and the . . .
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Tidy by Isabelle
This is a bright colourful book with an easy to follow story that has a moral about not to litter and destroy the forests.The cutouts take you through . . .
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Title: Father Christmas
Illustrator: Raymond Briggs
Winning Year: 1973

This delightful cartoon-strip is the story of the most special day in the year for a very disgruntled and very overworked Father Christmas.


Jim Kay

Jim Kay won the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2012 for his illustrations in A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. He studied illustration at the University of Westminster and since graduating has worked in the Library & Archives of Tate Britain and . .