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The Regis School
Bognor Regis,
Group status: Carnegie underway!

Hi everyone, we're The Regis School Carnegie group. We're a small group made up of a mixture of Year 8s, 9s and 10s. We meet every week on a Monday lunchtime in the library to chat about the books.

After the Fire by layla
I think this book is really good. This is because it plays on real life events. This means that everything in this book could have actually happened w . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Mrs Rahaman
I thoroughly enjoyed Lauren Wolk's 'Wolf hollow', so I was looking forward to reading 'Beyond the Bright Sea'. I loved the story of Crow's mystery an . . .
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Where the World Ends by Mrs Rahaman
This might possibly be my favourite. It was such a fascinating story, and then course you find out it is a true story. The description of the conditi . . .
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Saint Death by Mrs Rahaman
I loved Saint Death, I read it in just a few nights. The first chapter really grips you, and then the scenes with the card game is so exciting! If yo . . .
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Regis Readers
SPH Readers
St Philip Howard Catholic High School
Bognor Regis,
Felpham Community College
Bognor Regis,
Which is your favourite Carnegie book so far?

Beyond the bright sea
Where the world ends
After the fire
Saint Death
Wed Wabbit
Title: Salt to the Sea
Author: Ruta Sepetys
Winning Year: 2017

It's early 1945 and a group of people trek across Germany, bound together by their desperation to reach the ship that can take them away from the war-ravaged land. Four young people, each haunted by their own dark secret, narrate their unforgettable stori


Marcus Sedgwick

Marcus Sedgwick’s first novel, Floodland, won the Branford Boase award for the Best Debut Children's Novel of 2000. His books have been shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, The Blue Peter Book Award, The . . .