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Diary of a Thorpe Kid
Bradford, West Yorkshire
Group status: We're busy reading and writing our reviews!!! They will be coming soon.

Here we are!

Hi! We are Jake, Lucy, Bradley and Kaylem from Thorpe Primary School. We are in Year 5 and love reading! We find that reading helps us to learn and discover more. We have a variety of favourite authors and enjoy reading their books!

Lucy, Kaylem, Jake and Bradley!

Night Shift by Lucy
This book is about a young girl who was struggling with depression. I liked how the author used pictures of a dragon breathing fog instead of writing, . . .
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Town is by the Sea by Lucy
This book is about a young boy who's family have always been miners. The author made it clear that the boy worried about his father a lot through the . . .
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Night Shift by Jake
I liked this book as the variety of dark colours showed the girls emotions and the colours technically matched the girl. I also liked how the evil cre . . .
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Night Shift by Bradley
I thought that the book was very good because it can help you get through hard times. The illustrator did a good job of capturing the girl's feelings . . .
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Title: Harris Finds His Feet
Author: Catherine Rayner
Illustrator: Catherine Rayner
Winning Year: 2009

Harris, a very small hare with very big feet goes out with his Grandad and finds out not only how to hop high into the sky, climb to the tops of the mountains and run very fast, but also about the importance of finding his own feet.
 

 
 

Britta Teckentrup

Britta Teckentrup has written and illustrated over 80 picture books, which have been published in over 20 different countries. She has won numerous awards including a Special Mention at the Bologna Ragazzi, Most Innovative Picture Book at . .