NTA Rowling Readers London, Group status: Alive & Kickin'
Eager & talented group of Nightingale Academy students who love reading for pleasure, they always look forward in participating with the Shadowing Scheme.
Beyond the Bright Sea by Abarna This book was about a girl named Crow, who doesn’t know who her parents are. I personally was intrigued in this novel, therefore finishing it in a day . . . read full review
Where the World Ends by Abarna This is about a group of children who are stranded on a deserted piece of land (with frequent caves), with no way to leave. When I picked up this book . . . read full review
Saint Death by Abarna This book is about Arturo helping is friend Faustino escape. The friends met back long time ago, after a distressing past, meeting each other was dest . . . read full review
The Hate U Give by Abarna THUG was an interesting novel on racist conflicts. Starr is the only witness to her best friend Khalil. Khalil’s murderer is a policeman, but nothing . . . read full review
After the Fire by Abarna This book is about a survivor from a fire. All these years Moonbeam has been living in the Lord Legion. Ran by Father Patrick, a kind man and stolen b . . . read full review
The Hate U Give by Artur The book “THUG” (The Hate U Give) focuses on the main protagonist Starr an Afro-American teenager who had witnessed her friend’s tragic murder by the . . . read full review
Wed Wabbit by Retish The book is about a girl named Fidge and her adventure in the fictional land of "Wimbley Woos" to try and bring back her injured sister Minnie's toy r . . . read full review
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 was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. She studied Creative
Writing at Belhaven University, where she was one of the only black students â€“
a theme visited in The Hate U Give, her debut novel, which is
currentl . . .