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St Thomas More Language College
Chelsea, London
Group status: Currently writing our reviews :)
We are a group of plucky Year 9 students, who have a passion for reading. And what better way to express that passion than by devouring every Carnegie book made available to us? Throughout our exploration we will be debating the merits of the books, acting out our own playscripts based on the books and advocating reading in the school through creating project packs for disillusioned readers - we want everyone to love reading as much as we do! Yay! Watch this space for our reviews - coming soon!

QGJS Greenaway Bookworms
KS Carnegie Shadows
St. Thomas More Language College
Chelsea, London
QGS Carnegie Critics
Which is your favourite from the selection of Carnegie books 2010?

"Chains - by Laurie Halse Anderson
"Nation" - by Terry Pratchett
"Revolver" - by Marcus Sedgwick
"The Vanishing of Katharina Linden" - by Helen Grant
"Rowan the Strange" - by Julie Hearn
"The Ask and the Answer" - by Patrick Ness
"The Graveyard Book" - by Neil Gaiman
"Fever Crumb" - by Philip Reeve
Title: Just in Case
Author: Meg Rosoff
Winning Year: 2007

15 year old David Case thinks that fate is out to get him. There are so many things you could do in life such as reinvent yourself, change your name and the way you look; leave home and find yourself caught up in a series of strange misadventures and even