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Merchant Taylors' Boys' School
Group status: We start Carnegie shadowing this week

The Carnegie lunch in our school library. 50 pupils listened to the announcement of the winner and voted for their own favourite book.

We welcomed pupils from three other schools, Holy Family, Merchant Taylors' Girls' and St Mary's College, to have lunch and discuss the shortlisted books, before listening to the Carnegie announcement and voting. Our own favourite was Railhead, with Salt to the Sea coming a close second.

Mrs Rea

Wed Wabbit by Hemanth
Wed Wabbit is a very entertaining and light-hearted story. It's a deep and moving story about Fidge and her friends which is full of jokes and moments . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Junior
This story is compulsive reading and is very imaginative. It has great characters and humorous content. Lisa Evans, the author, makes the reader feel . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Ben
The annotations of the map in the first few pages of the book make it look like it belongs on the two pages because you can already get a taste of wha . . .
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Rook by Hadin Saghir
Very good and good characters and the plot is good . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Methul
I enjoyed this most so especially the twists and unexpected turns in the book such as when the younger sister has an accident. I would recommend. This . . .
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Beyond the Bright Sea by Hemanth
I love the mystery that surrounds this book, there is a constant mystery that is always there and it is really intriguing to find out how Crow got to . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Mrs Rea
I love the adult novels of Lissa Evans, and was equally impressed by Wed Wabbit, especially by the way she describes her characters with affection, an . . .
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CHS Carnegie Group
Chesterfield High School
Sacred Heart Catholic College
Holy Family's Reading Robins
What do you think, from reading the first chapter, will be the genre of the book the Unforgiven?

Title: Tamar
Author: Mal Peet
Winning Year: 2005

This is an enthralling and multi-layered novel that traces the story of two men caught up in secret operations in World War Two. It looks at the negative impact that war has on those involved and on succeeding generations. Guilt and its ramifications lie


Holy Family\'s Reading Robins