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Denefield's Brilliant Bookworms

Group status: We have loved the books this year and can't wait to hear who won!

Our Library at Denefield, the perfect spot to read a good book!

The Hate U Give by Beth
THUG LIFE will truly get under your skin. The Hate U Give follows the story of Starr, a girl stuck between two worlds, her life at home in a poor neig . . .
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Saint Death by Valerija
This book is about a boy called Arturo who lives in Anapra, Mexico. Arturo tries to gamble so that he can get money for his friend Faustino because he . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Tegan
I think Wed Wabbit is my favourite so far! It was really interesting and unlike anything I've read before! I liked the Wimbley Woos and how different . . .
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Rook by Tegan
I enjoyed Rook, however I was not expecting it to end so suddenly. It doesn't seem quite complete, but it was good and certainly unique. . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Evie
Wed Wabbit is a very enjoyable book. I absolutely loved it! It is easy to get into, but some of the chapters go from one person to another. Some of m . . .
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Rook by Evie
Rook is a fantastic shot story. I absolutely loved this book and read it in only 1 day! Even though it is short it has an amazing storyline to it. I p . . .
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Saint Death by Evie
Saint death is hard to get into, the layout is confusing but you understand it after a few chapters. I personally found this book alright because it i . . .
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Saint Death by Beth
Saint Death is a dark story about choices, faith, money, drugs and power. And about how ultimately you cannot cheat Death. With all that is left of th . . .
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Where the World Ends by Valerija
This book is about a boy named Quilliam and his friends who (every year) go to a sea stack near the island to hunt sea birds. This summer, though, nob . . .
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Rook by Beth
McGowan opens with the perspective of the rook, forcing us to keep a focus on this bird throughout the events of the story. Through this focus we can . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Beth
This is a soul searching story about a girl called Crow who, with only a few mysterious possessions and a hunch, is trying to find out where she came . . .
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Where the World Ends by Beth
The year is 1727 in Scotland: A group of men and boys are sent to work on a remote rocky island to harvest birds and eggs for food, but no-one returns . . .
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After the Fire by Beth
Life inside a cult. A girl called Moonbeam. A terrible fire. After The Fire by Will Hill explores the themes of religion and faith in a captivating wa . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Beth
Wed Wabbit by Lissa Evans is a fantastically funny book with elements of magic, mystery and menace. Fidge often looks after her younger sister Minnie, . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Valerija
Wed Wabbit is a book about a girl named Fidge. Her sister Minnie really likes this book called "The Land Of Wimbley Woos" and her bunny Wed Wabbit. Fi . . .
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Rook by Daisy
This book is all about a rook that is majorly hurt by another bigger bird and is taken in by two children. The rook is taken away somewhere but Nicky . . .
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LHS Student Book Club
Reading, Berkshire
Westwood Farm Junior
Reading, Berkshire
Where do you best like to read?

In the Library
In the garden
In your bedroom
On the beach
On some kind of transport
Title: Salt to the Sea
Author: Ruta Sepetys
Winning Year: 2017

It's early 1945 and a group of people trek across Germany, bound together by their desperation to reach the ship that can take them away from the war-ravaged land. Four young people, each haunted by their own dark secret, narrate their unforgettable stori


Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. She studied Creative Writing at Belhaven University, where she was one of the only black students – a theme visited in The Hate U Give, her debut novel, which is currentl . . .