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North Huddersfield Trust School

Group status: This week our group are producing creative responses to the books that they have been reading!

We are a group of 8 students ranging from Year 7 through to Year 9, and two adults, our Library Manager, Ms McNulty and Mrs Krahe an English teacher. We are very excited about getting to sit around for an hour each week to talk about books, read and eat biscuits!

Ms McNulty

Wed Wabbit by Arzoo & Sarah & Alina
We have read Wed Wabbit and we absoulutely loved this book. We especially loved the part when the Wimblies reunited - It was really heart warming. Ou . . .
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The Hate U Give by Ms McNulty
I am absolutely loving this book! The Hate U Give has opened my eyes to the everyday injustices in the world and the plot is gripping and contemporary . . .
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Rook by Arzoo
Rook is a really good book and I really enjoyed it. It has swearing but it did not stop me from liking it . I think it is for young adults because of . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Arley
Wed wabbit is a hilarious book I have only read a few chapters of it. I am writing this review now because it is too funny. Im sure you will really e . . .
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Rook by Tiah
Rook was a brilliant book, it has swearing but not that much. I thought it was a compelling novel, the only bad thing about it was that I couldn't put . . .
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Helme CE J & I School
NHTS Carnegie Shadowing Group
All Saints Catholic College, Specialist in Humanities
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
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Teen fiction
Crime / Mystery
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Author: Patrick Ness
Illustrator: Jim Kay
Winning Year: 2012

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