Swanshurst School Birmingham, Group status: 2018 CILIP Carnegie & Greenaway Medal Awards Ceremony, Upper Library lunchtime, Monday 18th June!
The Carnegie shortlist 2017
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Where the World Ends by Christine Facts:
-Born 6th June
-British children's novelist
-Written more than 160 books , including Peter Pan in Scarlet and sequel
Thoughts and Plot:
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The Hate U Give by Tasniem Starr lives two lives. One is her poor family in Garden Heights and the other is her life at her expensive, private posh school. After she witnessed t . . . read full review
The Hate U Give by Hafsah The Hate U Give is a book that teaches its audience about how to cope with racism and the type of different people/personalities there are in societ . . . read full review
Saint Death by Guldana This cover looks so interesting and you-have-to-read-this- but after you have started the second line you fall asleep (just like me) only about a boy . . . read full review
Where the World Ends by Aamina ‘Where the World Ends’ book review by Geraldine McGraughen.
You are probably reading this review because you are interested in finding out about th . . . read full review
Beyond the Bright Sea by Ayza Beyond The Bright Sea is an intriguing book by Lauren Wolk about Crow(the 12 year old female protagonist) and her journey to find her identity, while . . . read full review
Which of these books are you most looking forward to reading?
After the fire
100% (1 vote)
Title: A Monster Calls Author: Patrick Ness Illustrator: Jim Kay Winning Year: 2012
The monster shows up after midnight. It isn't the one Conor has been expecting; the one from his nightmare; the one he has had nearly every night since his mother started her treatment. But this new monster is ancient, and wild, and it wants something jus
Anthony McGowan has written several young adult novels, including Hellbent, HenryTumour,
which won the Book Trust Teenage Prize in 2006, and The Knife That
Killed Me which was adapted into a highly acclaimed f . .