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Carshalton High School for Girls
Carshalton,
Group status: We are a group of Y7 students shadowing the Carnegie Medal 2019. If you enjoy reading, having lively debates about what makes a good book and enjoy biscuits then you are very welcome! We also have Year 9 & 10 members but because of the split lunchtime we

2019 Reading Group minus the photoshy

Everyone's opinion is valued, - but we do love to disagree! We discuss the Carnegie shortlist - and many other things. We eat cake and biscuits. The group is open to all students. You do not need to read all shortlisted books and most are available in audio version. Carnegie Reading Group meet every Thursday lunchtime, Pink Wafers are a must. We will end with a "....and the winner is" party on the day the winner is announced. Will we agree with the announced winner?........ probably not! :)

Group activity. Share nicely girls!

Rebound by Mya
Heartfelt, soaring, fast-break story full of loss and growth. Author: Kwanye Alexander This is a powerful novel written in spoken word. It is set . . .
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The Poet X by Mrs Young
15-year old Xiomara's mother controls her life at home & society tries to limit her elsewhere. But Xiomara does not want to conform. The story is w . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Violet
The house with chicken legs Is an interesting fantasy about a house that stands up at random times and moves to different locations.Marinka meets a bo . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Rebecca and Bethan
The Land of Neverendings is about a girl named Emily who lost her sister (Holly) and has many adventures on the way. Ruth (Emily's friend) experiences . . .
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