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Wrenn Readers
Wellingborough, Northants
Group status: We have stories, worth a million awards.

The Wrenn Readers

Who are the Wrenn Readers? Well, book worms would be a great place to start, but we are also book lovers and like books, we have our own stories and worlds. Our love for books isn't fiction, a new book is a whole new world to explore, and exploration is the greatest part

Alexander

Railhead by Alexander
Railhead is a sci-fi story set in a near dystopic world. The story is thrilling where a small town hero gets roped into a massive heist for an enigmat . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Alexander
Salt to the sea is a WW2 novel about a refugees fleeing a collapsing Germany. The book is told from the perspective of multiple people as they run fro . . .
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Salt to the Sea by Lucy
This book can be described with only one single word, phenomenal. The waves of emotions that hit you during reading this historical based book is just . . .
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Wolf Hollow by Beth
I found this book very different to the books I usually read but I liked the way it was written. I enjoyed what I read. I found the book really good a . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Karina
I haven't yet finished the book but it is engaging and very unique;it features of a lot of different perspectives which not many books have. I believe . . .
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Beck by katie
It is an incredibly deep and meaningful book. The contrast in authors is almost undetectable because of the gel of writing! I believe one day this wil . . .
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Southend Juniors
Rushden,
South End Junior School
Rushden, Northamptonshire
Denfield Park Junior School
Rushden,
Wellingborough Senior School
Wellingborough,
Which have you enjoyed the most?

The Bone Sparrow
Railhead
Beck
The Smell of Other People's Houses
Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth
The Stars at Oktober Bend
Wolf Hollow
Salt to the Sea
   
 
Title: Just in Case
Author: Meg Rosoff
Winning Year: 2007

15 year old David Case thinks that fate is out to get him. There are so many things you could do in life such as reinvent yourself, change your name and the way you look; leave home and find yourself caught up in a series of strange misadventures and even
 

 
 

Jim Kay

Jim Kay won the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2012 for his illustrations in A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. He studied illustration at the University of Westminster and since graduating has worked in the Library & Archives of Tate Britain and . .