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The Latymer School
London,

Carnegie Bookclub 2017

Carnegie Book Club 2017: our choices are Salt to the Sea to win, Bone Sparrow as runner up, Railhead in third place. (Those who read Beck really enjoyed it, so a special mention for that book.) Our choice for the Amnesty Honour would be Bone Sparrow.

Mrs. McAllister

Railhead by Arunesh
The plot of this book is fluid, fast and furious and balances a great plot with even greater characters. The lead role in story (known as Zen) is a co . . .
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Railhead by Daraab
This book is one of the best books out of the Carnegie shortlist. In this book we follow a character called Zen Starling who goes on a marvellous adve . . .
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The Smell of Other People's Houses by Kayan
This book is extremely well written, with interesting plot twists and plenty of drama. This book is highly recommendable and praise to Bonnie-Sue Hitc . . .
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Wilbury Primary School
Edmonton, London
Carnegie Shadowing Group @ Aylward Academy
Edmonton,
NTA Rowling Readers
London,
Wilbury Wanders Reading Group
Edmonton, London
Which is your favourite book so far?

Railhead
Sputnik's Guide to Earth
Salt to the Sea
The Smell of Other People's Houses
Wolf Hollow
 
Title: Monsters of Men
Author: Patrick Ness
Winning Year: 2011

The third and final volume in the "Chaos Walking Trilogy" finds three armies marching on New Prentisstown, each intent on destroying the others. Todd and Viola are caught in the middle with no chance of escape or, it seems, of stopping the fighting. But
 

 
 

Zana Fraillon

Zana Fraillon lives in Victoria, Australia with her husband and three sons. She worked as a primary school teacher before having children, and has had picture books and middle grade fiction published in Australia.

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