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Nailsea School Book Club
Nailsea,
Group status: A new year and a big welcome to our new Carnegie book club members!



Hello and Welcome to Nailsea School Book Club home page. We are a reading club that meet once a week on Thursdays in the library at lunchtime. New members are always welcome. We will be shadowing the Carnegie book awards and also providing our own activities. We look forward to sharing our reviews with you. very soon!

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Long Way Down by Rebecca
I like this book the most out of what i have read so far. I like the way the poem is spread across the page and is laid out in different ways,with som . . .
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Long Way Down by snazzy dried lettuce
i think it was good. i enjoyed it a lot. the more you think, the more endings you can come up with. I liked it. . . .
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Long Way Down by koolkid123
good . . .
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Long Way Down by Bruce
I am two thirds of the way through and i am really enjoying this book. It isn't very happy and is quite dramatic. It is about a poor neighbourhood in . . .
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Bone Talk by Jane
I really enjoyed the book. It was interesting to see how the main charter lived his life day to day. I also liked the suspense it gave to the reader. . . .
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Bone Talk by Potato prince
This book was not much of a page turner, i wouldn't really reccommend it, but it might just be what i think . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Matthew
I liked this book but it only got better in the second half. The main character thought that she was dead but she might have been but no spoilers. It . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by BigMan
I enjoyed the book a lot. You could really feel the main characters struggles with her life, her development really does show at the end of the story! . . .
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Bone Talk by bruce
Bone talk isn't a particularly captivating book all the way through, and never picks up a point where the plot thickens. It is okay and is definitely . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Rb1
This book started with a girl called Makepeace who is 13 years old and unsure of her true identity. She also has a secret that seemingly only her moth . . .
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Long Way Down by MacAndCheese
With this book, i loved how it was all laid out and how the words echoed (referring to how the bang of the shot would have been). It really pulled me . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Cherry
This book starts with a introduction to Emily and how her sister Holly died. It is descriptive and really sad as you find out what life is like with a . . .
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Long Way Down by MacAndCheeseV2
I love how it was set out and how everything fitted together. I found the book sad, exciting as you got further into the book.I loved the ending how h . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Matthew
It was a very good book of a battle between the evil toad (sadness) and the living toys. The living toys were coming through a broken portal/door and . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by a seven or something year old kid
I chose this book because it had an interesting title, cover and blurb. However, the opening didn't draw me in. The characters weren't engaging and th . . .
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Long Way Down by alex
this book made me think very deeply. it was fast flowing and you didnt lose interest . . .
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Bone Talk by King kupkake
This was a good book and was an ok read, i would say however that it doesn't really grip you, and in my opinion, I think they could've put the words b . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by alex
it taught me a lot and was very interesting, although it did end sadly. . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by
it was very interesting and taught me a lot, although it did end quite sadly. . . .
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Year 9
Bristol,
The reading corner
Bristol,
Clevedon School Book Club
N Somerset,
Backwell School
What is your favourite genre of book?

Humour
Magic and Supernatural
Dystopia and Sci-fi
Action and Adventure
Mystery and Crime
Historical Fiction
Emotive and Romance
Autobiography and biography/ YouTubers
 
Title: The Haunted House
Illustrator: Jan Pienkowski
Winning Year: 1979

Twenty-five years after first being unlocked, the door opens again on the house of petrifying pop-ups! Enjoy a tour of this spooky old house where a spine-tingling surprise lurks in every dark corner.
 

 

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