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Fully Booked
Manor Park,
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Fully Booked began with my son so he could have the chance to Shadow Carnegie because his school did not take part in the Shadowing Scheme. Then it gave the opportunity to nephews and nieces to take part. For the past two years my eldest grandson shadowed by reviewing some of the Greenaway books. This year he will be joined by his younger brother. Although we are a bit behind this year, watch this space. Fully Booked is proud to present the third generation! Also many thanks to Newham Public Libraries for providing access to the Carnegie books for the third year running.


Where the World Ends by Dana
The darkness of this year’s short list continues with Where the World Ends. I was impressed by the way McCaughrean describes the world on Warrior Sta . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Dana
I don't know quite what to write about this book. I found reading it very more-ish in that I really looked forward to reading it each night and it wa . . .
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Saint Death by Dana
There was recently an article in the press around the Branford Boase children's book award that books for young people had become very dark. This boo . . .
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Release by Dana
Oh no, another Patrick Ness book on the Carnegie Short List. I dread reading his books so much now that I make sure that I read it at the beginning o . . .
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Rook by Dana
It's wonderful to have a Barrington Stoke book among the short list nominees. The books have been the mainstay of school library quick read collection . . .
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The Hate U Give by Dana
I read this book over a year ago when it first came out when there was a lot of publicity about it, so it is a little hard to write this review. I ev . . .
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After the Fire by Dana
I was really looking forward to reading this book. One of my former students, and one of my best readers and Carnegie reviewers loved the Department . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Dana
What do you write in a review of a book where the last two words are "farts" and "hearts"? A book full of laughs and psycho babble. It reminded me a . . .
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Halley Bookworms
London,
Guardian Angels
London,
Morpeth School
Bethnal Green, London
Gants Hill Library
Ilford,
 
Title: Here Lies Arthur
Author: Philip Reeve
Winning Year: 2008

"There's nothing a man can do that can't be turned into a tale...". Britain. AD 500. Gwyna's new master Myrddin says he's not an enchanter, yet he works his own kind of magic. He turns Gwyna from a slave-girl into a goddess, a boy, and a spy - and A
 

 
 

Geraldine McCaughrean

Geraldine McCaughrean is a multi-award-winning children’s author. She has now been shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal eight times, and has won once before with A Pack of Lies in 1988.  She has won the Whitbread Children's . . .