Shadowing home | Group Leaders Login to edit your group home page    

Why not try making a Shadowing Magazine for your group?
Click here to get started

Sir Roger Manwoods School
Kent,
Group status: Today we looked at all the books nominated for The Kate Greenaway Medal & chose our favourite!

Here we are sitting on the stairs - no one gets past without a book!

Mrs Turrell

The Hate U Give by Beth Davies
The Hate U Give is a nitty-gritty book full of controversy and heroic role models bound to inspire hundreds of readers. This is by far my favourite of . . .
read full review


Where the World Ends by Alexandra Townsend-Jones
'Where the World Ends' is an adventurous yet sad book by Geraldine McCaughrean. The main characters include: a group of young fowlers (boys sent by bo . . .
read full review

Where the World Ends by Ruby
Where the World Ends is, generally, a captivating book with an interesting plot that is followed through, however I did find some parts slightly borin . . .
read full review

After the Fire by Kathryn
The Lord's Legion is a place of worship and love towards God. Anyone who isn't part of the Lord's Legion is a Servant of the Serpent, and the biggest . . .
read full review

Rook by Ilian
This book is about a boy and his struggles in life. It is very interesting because of the character and his struggles are pretty interesting to read a . . .
read full review

After the Fire by Martha
This is a dark and thoughtful book which follows life inside a religious group that section themselves off from society in order to worship God and ge . . .
read full review

Wed Wabbit by Beth
Wed Wabbit, despite the childish cover has a great plot. The story is so interesting and unique. The quirky characters and silly settings make the tal . . .
read full review

Rook by Beth
Rook is a great short read about the struggles of a boy after his family only just regained a somewhat normal life. It's an interesting story that see . . .
read full review


Christ Church Critics
Ramsgate, Kent
Ripplevale Readers
Deal, Kent
Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School
Kent,
 
What are your favourite type of books to read?

Funny stories
Mysteries
Adventure
Love stories
Fantasy
Dystopian
Contemporary - true to life
Non-fiction
 
Title: The Borrowers
Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Diana Stanley
Winning Year: 1952

Pod, Homily and Arrietty are a family of tiny people who live beneath the floor, behind the grandfather clock in the old rectory. They dread cats and being "seen". They own nothing - everything they have is borrowed from the 'human beans' who don't e
 

 
 

Lissa Evans

Lissa Evans has a background in comedy. Following a medical degree, she changed careers to become a comedy producer for radio and TV; her credits include Father Ted, Room 101 and Have I Got News for You. Her first . .