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AECPS Bookworms

Group status: meeting 6 - chat and chocolate fingers from May!



AECPS Bookworms are a group of year 5 and 6 children who love reading. Most of us are in our final year at primary school and want to learn more about new authors and broaden our range of books. We are looking forward to shadowing the book award process.

Mrs Walsh

Rook by Charlie
I really enjoyed reading Rook as it was a truly realistic story about a teenage boy, which I felt I could relate to. It was a serious book, but the li . . .
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Under the Same Sky by Mia
I really liked the illustrations as they explain the text and they are very realistic. . . .
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Under the Same Sky by Mia
I really liked the illustrations as they explain the text and they are very realistic. . . .
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Under the Same Sky by Mia
I really liked the illustrations as they explain the text and they are very realistic. . . .
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The Hate U Give by Mrs Walsh
What a fantastic book that addresses very challenging social issues facing young people today. Expertly written and crafted, the story is told from th . . .
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Under the Same Sky by Nina
I thought that 'Under the Same Sky' is a sweet book. I would recommend it, but for younger children because the illustrations look childlike, though I . . .
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Rook by Amelia
Rook is a really good book !!! Most people, like me, will look at the book cover , Rook , and think it was all about a bird. But it is not . It is ab . . .
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Where the World Ends by Amelia
Where the World Ends is an amazing book !!!!!! To be honest as soon as I started reading this book I knew I was going to love it. The reason why I lov . . .
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Rook by Jack
I read rook and personally I thought it was a great book, so realistic to life and life’s problems. The strong relationship between the two boys is gr . . .
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Rook by Jack
I read rook and personally I thought it was a great book, so realistic to life and life’s problems. The strong relationship between the two boys is gr . . .
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Wed Wabbit by May
I think Rook is a great book. I loved how the story was told, it had interesting descriptions that told you a lot about what was going on at the time. . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Evie
Wed Wabbit is one of my favourite books of all time, it's about a girl (fidge) and her really boring cousine(Graham) getting whisked into the magical . . .
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Rook by Sophia
This book may probably be one of my new favourites! I actually read it twice, I loved it that much. You would think, by the title, it is all about a r . . .
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Where the World Ends by Sophia
I think this book is absolutely brilliant! It does take until chapter 3 to properly get into the story, but it is really addictive to read. It starts . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Mrs Walsh
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Beyond the Bright Sea. I loved the storyline and how the main character has to try and trace her family roots back to a r . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Larney
I really enjoyed this book because it has lots of mysterious elements to it. There are lots of smaller adventures that all help to solve the big adven . . .
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Under the Same Sky by Alexa
I like this book because you could take the words away and read it from the illustrations.I like this book because the illustrations jump to the exact . . .
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Alderley Edge School for Girls: Carnegie Crew
Wilmslow,
 
Which book are you most excited about reading?

Beyond the Bright Sea
Wed Wabbit
Rook
Where the World Ends

 
 

Lauren Wolk

Lauren Wolk graduated from Brown University in 1981 with a degree in English literature, spent a year as a writer with the Battered Women’s Project of the St. Paul American Indian Centre, and then worked as both an editor and an Englis . . .