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Group status: We are now coming to the end of our meetings and a firm favourite out of all the books has emerged! We have all enjoyed our weekly meetings and wish we could have a bookclub every week!

Our fantastic group this year!

We are now getting stuck into the books and having many lively discussions about them!


Long Way Down by Rahma
To me this book was a masterpiece and intrigued me until the end. I often find myself losing interest in a book due to its repetitiveness, however the . . .
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Bone Talk by Mohammed
Bone Talk helps describe historical events that we know hardly anything about in a unique way, from a perspective of a marginalised character and make . . .
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The Poet X by Divya
This book was very different - it was much of a mature book, that may have deterred others, but interested me nonetheless. Even with some explicit par . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Divya
‘A skinful of shadows’ was a very interesting book. It was set in a time frame which I had frequently found to be part of the plot in other books. How . . .
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The Poet X by Gurveer
'The Poet X' is such a wonderful book! It is like a free verse diary and while it is very enjoyable, a certain level of maturity is required as the la . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Uma
This is a a plot twisting story which engages readers and whoever likes reading mysterious but adventurous stories this would be the book I would reco . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Sneha
Things A Bright Girl Can Do follows three girls called Evelyn, Neil and May, before and during the First World War. Neil and May are romantically invo . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Gurveer
'The Land of Neverendings' is a relatable, serious yet funny book which focuses on the gloomy subject of death and loss. A girl named Emily has rec . . .
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Long Way Down by Khadijah
This book is very intriguing, it shows how some people may express overwhelming emotions which I find interesting. This book takes place mostly in an . . .
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The Poet X by Iqsharan
The poet x is a very insightful book it offers a look into the life of a 'pretty' girl and how hard her life is. As society can be quite materialistic . . .
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Long Way Down by Elle
Long way down is amazing. it is well written in free verse and the author makes it easy to make it sound as though it is being spoken aloud instead of . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Reuben
I didn't like the book as I thought it would be funnier but it was quite serious.I can see why people would like it but I didn't. . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Sneha
The land of Neverendings is about a young girl called Emily, who's sister Holly has just passed away, and Emily coming to terms with the fact that she . . .
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The Poet X by Khadijah
The book Poet X is not what I expected when I first read the name, it is a lot more exciting than it sounds. After reading the first page I was sucked . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Ayesha
A skinful of shadows is an amazing book set in the 1600s. Not only is it exhilarating and gripping, it is packed with history as well. This book was e . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Mrs Beach
I was intrigued from the outset - this book is quirky and original and I loved the illustration of the house on the cover! I could just picture it rom . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Gurveer
"The House with Chicken Legs" is a fantastic book! The story follows a young girl named Marinka, who lives in a walking house. Her grandmother is . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Mrs Beach
I enjoyed being transported back in history to a time of great inequality, and to read of how Makepeace was dependent on either the charity and goodwi . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Mrs Beach
I was disappointed with this book as I thought I would love it and be charmed by it in the same way as 'Wed Wabbit' and 'Five Children on the Western . . .
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Syston Library ChatterBooks
De Lisle College
Loughborough, Leicestershire
East Leake Academy
Loughborough CE Primary School - Yr.2
Loughborough, Leics
Who was your favourite author at Primary School?

Roald Dahl
19% (6 votes)

Jacqueline Wilson?
6% (2 votes)

Michael Morpurgo?
10% (3 votes)

Jeff Kinney?
3% (1 vote)

J K Rowling?
29% (9 votes)

3% (1 vote)

Title: Watership Down
Author: Richard Adams
Winning Year: 1972

"We've got to go away before it's too late." This book really pulls at your heartstrings!


Jason Reynolds

Jason Reynolds is a New York Times bestselling author, a National Book Award Honoree, a Kirkus Award winner, a Walter Dean Myers Award winner, an NAACP Image Award Winner, and the recipient of multiple Coretta Scott King honors. His debut n . .