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Forest Hill School Yr9 Shackleton
London,
Group status: 4 young men from each Yr9 Shackleton class are reading through the books, watching the author clips and writing their reviews.
We are a small group of Year 9 students who have been chosen to shadow the Carnegie, with discussion time during English reading lessons. After reading each book we discuss our thoughts, post reviews and access the website for author videos etc

After the Fire by Jack
After the Fire is one of those books that give almost nothing away in the title and the blurb, which in a way draws you into the books even more. The . . .
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The Hate U Give by Dan
The Hate U give is, in my opinion an amazing book that I have thoroughly enjoyed reading. The book is about a girl that witnesses a policeman shoot an . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Jude
I thought that 'Wed Wabbit' was a good book because of how it showed different personalities of characters and different perspectives as well. It was . . .
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Rook by Jude
I thought that Rook was a true and understanding book about what teenagers this century go through. It had a great character : 'Nicky' who had to put . . .
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Dulwich Library Teenage Reading Group
London,
James Allen's Girls' School
London,
Alleyn's
London,
Dulwich Library Chatterbooks
London,
Have you read a Carnegie Award winning book in the past?

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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
 

 
 

Lauren Wolk
Our Librarian, Mrs Hans, loved "Wolf Hollow" last year!

Lauren Wolk graduated from Brown University in 1981 with a degree in English literature, spent a year as a writer with the Battered Womens Project of the St. Paul American Indian Cent