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Kensington Critics
Group status: We're just getting started, and we already love it so much!

Books Beat Phones!

We are the Kensington Critics (aka Miss Kitteringham,Rabab,Rose,Lma,Daniel,Nerses)KRRLDN we love the tasteful genre of Dystopia and mystery.

Daniel, Nerses, Rabab, Rose,Lma

Beyond the Bright Sea by Nerses
Alright, where do I start? Well, this book starts off with a baby, found on a skiff that washed up from the sea, The Bright Sea, to a small, windswept . . .
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Rook by Rabab
In rook there is a boy Nicky and his autistic brother Kenny. Kenny finds a rook who is poorly he is then taken to a centre. Nicky has a school bully . . .
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The Hate U Give by Miss Kitteringham
This book gives a really honest and hard-hitting portrayal of life growing up in the Projects in America. It explores important issues around race, p . . .
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The Hate U Give by Rose
Justice for Khalil. Justice for a drug dealer. Justice for a thug. Justice for a king lord. Justice for a friend. After Starr witnesses one her best f . . .
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After the Fire by Daniel
"After the Fire" by Will Hill 9.5/10 Best for ages 12-13 and above, and for any genders. Specific audience: Young Adults. Not for people who . . .
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Burlington Danes School
Whose perspective in the book "Pax", did you like the most, was it Pax's, or Peter's, vote below to let us know what you think?

Pax's point of view
Peter's point of view
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Title: Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears
Illustrator: Emily Gravett
Winning Year: 2008

This book was honestly one of the best children's picture books I have ever read probably in my entire life. It is all about a little mouse that has many fears and cannot overcome them. He realizes, soon after, that most people are afraid of him as he is


Lissa Evans

Lissa Evans has a background in comedy. Following a medical degree, she changed careers to become a comedy producer for radio and TV; her credits include Father Ted, Room 101 and Have I Got News for You. Her first . .