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Hereford Cathedral School Book Club
Group status: We are all reading hard in preparation for our County Carnegie Day on 13 June. On that day, we meet up with over 100 pupils from other book clubs all over Herefordshire, to discuss, argue and vote for the book we think should win this year's Carnegie me
We run two book clubs at Hereford Cathedral School: one each for Years 7 & 8. Year 7 meet weekly, year 8 fortnightly with the school librarian Mrs Nelson. We enjoy lots of passionate discussion, eat mountains of biscuits and treat ourselves to an occasional lunch with the Book Club at Bishop's School, or trip to the cinema!

The Bone Sparrow by Rosie
I loved this book. It was sad, touching and I literally could not put it down. Jimmy, Subhi and Eli are on a search for freedom and an escape from Bea . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Ariya
Touching,gripping,horrifying;this book has it all. Set in the era of World War Two, this enchanting book goes on a journey in your mind and soul. A gr . . .
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Railhead by Mrs Nelson
The galactic scope of this book stretched my brain! Somehow the worlds the writer creates are incredibly convincing and feel very real. I loved the fa . . .
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St James' CE School
Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School
Aylestone Business and Enterprise College
if you start reading a book and you don't like it do you carry on reading it ?

79% (11 votes)

21% (3 votes)

Title: Just in Case
Author: Meg Rosoff
Winning Year: 2007

15 year old David Case thinks that fate is out to get him. There are so many things you could do in life such as reinvent yourself, change your name and the way you look; leave home and find yourself caught up in a series of strange misadventures and even


Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock

Born and raised in Alaska and a longtime journalist for Alaska Public Radio, Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock spent ten years fishing commercially and raised her children on a boat in Southeast Alaska - bringing a rare authenticity to her writing about Americ . .