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Fazakerley High School
Liverpool,
Group status: Enjoying this year's titles!

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Carnegie Medal 2014 Yesterday our school got the Carnegie books delivered; we are so excited to read them! Some pupils described the covers as vibrant, colourful and detailed. One person in particular who is currently reading ‘Ghost Hawk’ said it’s fantastic, she never reads books but she is absolutely hooked. “I can’t put it down” she told me. At the minute ‘Ghost Hawk’ seems to be the class favourite, I think this is because there is a lot of mystery to it. On the blurb it just has 3 words “Memory, Mystery, Murder” this gives suspense and makes you want to read on. When I interviewed one pupil he said they are much better than last year because they are different and very detailed, they tell you quite a lot about the story and leaves you wondering what’s going to happen next? Another popular choice was ‘The Bunker Diaries’ “It sounds really good and intriguing; I love it because it’s actually written like you are reading somebody’s diary”. More to come soon, I’m too busy reading now! (Isobel Y8)



Birkenhead School Carnegie Reading Group
the Alsopians
Liverpool ,
Knowsley Hey Arts College
Huyton, Merseyside
Rock Ferry Library
Birkenhead,
Which book is your favourite so far?

The Bunker Diary
Blood Family
All The Truth That's In Me
Liar And Spy
The Wall
The Child's Elephant
Ghost Hawk
Rooftoppers
 
Title: Whispers in the Graveyard
Author: Theresa Breslin
Winning Year: 1994

Whispers in the Graveyard is a gripping, powerful and haunting story. Solomon is bullied by his teachers and feels let down by his parents; his father drinks too much and his mother has left him. His refuge is in the local kirkyard (churchyard) among anci