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Chantry Academy
Group status: Brilliant Year 9 Carnegie volunteers reading hard! Looks like a really good shortlist this year. We will meeting up with other local Shadowers for our final vote. Our lovely Year 7 Greenaway storytellers will be performing for some of our local primary sc


Wolf Hollow by Nathaniel
(*Caution, there's a point where this'll contain spoilers*) I really like this book as it's very tense at points and really calm at others. I think t . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Hayden
Wolf Hollow is an amazing book with several unexpected twists and a moral message about prejudice among other things. This book will make you cry, lau . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Ella
The Smell of Other People's Houses is a really interesting novel. The structure contains 4 different people's stories about what is going on in their . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Rosheen
The Smell Of Other People's Houses is to start off with a challenging read with real life subjects put into a fiction book about young adults from a s . . .
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The Stars at Oktober Bend by Kirsten
The Stars At Oktober Bend is the most unforgettable book I've read this year. I love that it has two narrators, Alice and Manny, they both have the mo . . .
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Stoke High
Somersham Primary
Somersham, Suffolk
Holbrook High School
Morland Reads
Do you think the Carnegie Award should have two age categories? Shadowing groups could then opt to shadow the junior/senior titles or both.

Yes, I think this would be better.
No, I think the current way works well.
Title: The Highwayman
Author: Alfred Noyes
Illustrator: Charles Keeping
Winning Year: 1981

This is the illustrated version of the poem The Highwayman, written by Alfred Noyes and originally published in 1906. It tells the story of a highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord's daughter.