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St John Fisher RC High School
Harrogate,
Group status: Like the horses in the Grand National the Fishers group is off to a great start! Year 7 keenies have joined the group and everyone is pleased to see 3 titles written in blank verse style that they can get through easily. We welcome Ms Shingler our new lib

Fisher's Shadowers 2019

Just like the song lyrics 'they're too shy, shy' to show their faces so here's a lovely shot of the Knaresborough Viaduct instead. Our group is made up of a mixture of students plus library staff and our reading is fuelled by cake!

.....Florence

The House with Chicken Legs by Conor
After you get past the first chapter the rest of the story is amazing. It is beatifuly weird and gripping throughout the rest of the book. I highly re . . .
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Rebound by Mrs Pollard
The accessibility of this book is great! Written in a blank verse style with some parts in comic strip it's one that even the most reluctant reader wo . . .
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Long Way Down by Grace
I found the book to be better than i expected. As I am dyslexic the book was very easy to read. The story was also very easy to understand and remembe . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Mrs Pollard
I was aware of the character of Baba Yaga but not to the extent that Sophie Anderson has fleshed this character out to and introduced her granddaughte . . .
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Harrogate Grammar School
Harrogate,
Oatlands Reading Group
Harrogate,
King James's Royal Readers
Knaresborough,
Rossett Shadowers
What is your favourite read so far?

Thnings a bright girl can do
A skinful of shadows
The House with Chicken legs
The Land of Neverendings
Rebound
Bone Talk
The Poet X
Long Way down
 
Title: Here Lies Arthur
Author: Philip Reeve
Winning Year: 2008

"There's nothing a man can do that can't be turned into a tale...". Britain. AD 500. Gwyna's new master Myrddin says he's not an enchanter, yet he works his own kind of magic. He turns Gwyna from a slave-girl into a goddess, a boy, and a spy - and A