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De Lisle College
Loughborough, Leicestershire
Group status: we have awakened from our slumber and we are ready to judge the Carnegie books

BORN TO READ!

Our reading group meets every week in the library every Monday lunchtime. We are a very lively and active group of students, a bit loud sometimes, but fun and enthusiastic. We all love to read and to discuss books (and other things) and often have lively debates. Our aim is to encourage others to read and enjoy books as much as we do. APRIL 2012 Hooray it’s lunchtime and our first shadowing meeting. We are so excited and the response has been brilliant. We welcome back many familiar faces and several new faces joining us for the first time this year, some would say foolishly, so best of luck to all. We hope we will pick the winner this year but going on past performance it seems unlikely. This is a special time of year for us when like minded people get together to read fabulous books (whilst stuffing ourselves with biscuits). Forget Wimbledon, the cricket or even the FA cup....this is when summer really begins! Once again the intrepid readers of De Lisle are rising to the challenge and what a challenge, six books to choose from and we can’t wait. Watch this space…………..



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Loughborough, Leicestershire
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East Leake Academy
Loughborough,
What is your favourite series of books?

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
House of Night by P.C and Kristin Cast
His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman
Harry Potter by J.K Rowling
Alex Rider by Anthony Horowitz
Demonata by Darren Shan
Cherub by Robert Muchamore
Vampire Diaries by L. J Smith
 
Title: Tamar
Author: Mal Peet
Winning Year: 2005

This is an enthralling and multi-layered novel that traces the story of two men caught up in secret operations in World War Two. It looks at the negative impact that war has on those involved and on succeeding generations. Guilt and its ramifications lie
 

 

Humphrey Perkins

East Leake Academy

Swanwick Hall School