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Woodnewton Supreme Readers
Corby, Northants
Group status: Reading is the ultimate activity!

Kate Greenaway Shadowers!

We have been meeting regularly in our library in Terms 5 and 6. We love reading! We love discussing books. We have learnt that illustrations convey a lot of meaning. Pictures can paint a thousand words!

Thornhill by Ollie
This amazing book has 2 books in one! I will start off with the one with the writing. It was written by Mary. She told us about life at Thornhill and . . .
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The Song from Somewhere Else by Ollie
The song from somewhere else is an extraordinary book about a girl called Francesca who is at the park putting up posters for her missing cat Quintili . . .
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A First Book of Animals by Luke
A first book of animals contains many descriptive little poems that are decorated with man intricate, detailed designs and pictures. I would rate thi . . .
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Thornhill by Luke
I think the book THORNHILL by Pam Smy is a book for more advanced readers as it contains more adult language and some unfortunate events. I personally . . .
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Thornhill by charlie
I think that this book should be aimed at and KS2 year 6 children and above. I like this book because you read a bit of it then you make the rest up . . .
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Town is by the Sea by Luke
I would recommend this book to young and early Readers. ‘Town is by the sea’ is a great book that shows many intricate pictures and the life of a y . . .
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Beanfield Book Addicts
Gretton Road, Corby
Brooke Weston Book Busters
Beanfield Greenaway
Corby Business Academy
What's your favourite genre?

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Title: This Is Not My Hat
Illustrator: Jon Klassen
Winning Year: 2014

When a tiny fish shoots into view wearing a round blue topper, which happens to fit him perfectly, trouble could be following close behind. So it's a good thing that enormous fish won't wake up. And even if he does, it's not like he'll ever know what


Pam Smy

Pam Smy studied Illustration at Anglia Ruskin University, going on to complete the MA Children's Book Illustration in 2004. She combines her role as lecturer in illustration with illustrating fiction. 

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