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North Oxfordshire Academy
Banbury, Oxon
Group status: we are bookworms who will take over the world mwahahah
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Lorna

Wolf Hollow by Sarah
Told through the eyes of eleven-year-old Annabelle, I found her voice to be surprisingly mature. The story was beautifully written and had an interest . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Sarah
There is only one word that describes this book and that is amazing. Set near the end of World War II, this book pulls you in from the first page. It . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Ms Hopkin
This book flowed from the start and I was gripped to the end. There is the mystery of Betty going missing and the mystery surrounding Toby. However, t . . .
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Railhead by Beck Not The Book
Don't start this book in an English lesson because you will not be able to put it down. Really good. Loved the Motoriks best! . . .
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Railhead by Ms Hopkin
I loved this book! As a reader I want to escape from real life and to be taken on an imaginary adventure. This book is well plotted, I loved all the c . . .
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Banbury Books and Biscuits
Banbury, Oxfordshire
SJP
Banbury, Oxford
Hanwell Fields Wednesday
Banbury, Oxfordshire
Banbury School
Banbury,
if you could have any magical power what would it be?

invisibility
50% (1 vote)

time travel
50% (1 vote)

 
Title: Maggot Moon
Author: Sally Gardner
Winning Year: 2013

A ruthless regime is determined to beat its enemies in a race to the moon. But when his best friend Hector is suddenly taken away, it is up to unlikely hero Standish, his grandfather, and a small band of rebels, to confront and defeat the ever-present opp
 

 
 

Philip Reeve

Philip Reeve was born and raised in Brighton, where he wrote his first story at the tender age of five about a spaceman called Spike and his dog Spook. He is a talented illustrator and writer, and he has illustrated several titles in the Horri . .