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JTFS Carnegie, Cocoa and Cake
Burton-on-Trent,
Group status: We're all on Book 4 and have started emailing our friends and pen pals at John Port about our favourite books!
We are a group of 18 Year 7 students who are really excited about reading the 8 books, eating cake, drinking cocoa and encouraging others to read too!

Long Way Down by Keana
This book was very intriguing and exciting.You cannot expect a single thing which makes this book adventurous.It s full of death and mystery and leads . . .
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Rebound by Saaira
At first I found rebound a bit difficult to read for it has a different format , but however I got in to the book Inloved it because it just shows if . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by Owen
Makepeace is a young girl who has to defend herself from ghosts that try to posses her. She has to one day live with her dadís ancestors and a spirit . . .
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Rebound by Owen
The book has a different way of writing and I find it puts more effect on certain word. The book really hooks you leaving you worried for the characte . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Hope
I really enjoyed this book. It was almost like a mental journey for the main character but it felt real.I thought that it had a very powerful message. . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Saaira
When I read the first page of this book I was already very intrigued because it talked about life after death and uses a lot of imaginative things ins . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by Saaira
I really liked this book because it was very funny and heart melting.When reading it i felt like I was in another world because when using the use of . . .
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Bone Talk by Saaira
I REALLY love this book because it tells us how different people from different times lived and their own unique culture/traditions.My favourite chara . . .
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The Land of Neverendings by jason
Very funny and very enjoyable. . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Hope
I really enjoyed this book because it had 3 different girls in and it flicked around their points of view. I especially liked it when it would have on . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Saaira
I quite like Nell out of all the characters because she's the odd one out and very different to everyone else and I would definitely recommend it beca . . .
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Long Way Down by Catherine
I enjoyed this book however at times it could be confusing. I liked the plot and characters and the blurb really drew me in. I found it confusing when . . .
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A Skinful of Shadows by James
I struggled to get into it but once I had couldn't put it down . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Mia
I recommend this book, as it is a heart-warming tale. It really depicts the fact that some people are unable to do what they want, and how things can . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Owen
the house with chicken legs was a very descriptive book that I understood greatly, the book was clearly based of how somebody found it hard to make fr . . .
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Things A Bright Girl Can Do by Mrs C
It's very rare to find a story about WW1 which is written from one woman's perspective let alone the perspective of 3 girls! I was immersed in all 3 s . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by Mrs C
A magical heart-warming story about finding your identity. All young teens should read it. Where do I get a House with Chicken Legs to keep me safe an . . .
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The House with Chicken Legs by James
I really enjoyed this book it had a very griping story line and I couldn't put it down . . .
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Title: Maggot Moon
Author: Sally Gardner
Winning Year: 2013

A ruthless regime is determined to beat its enemies in a race to the moon. But when his best friend Hector is suddenly taken away, it is up to unlikely hero Standish, his grandfather, and a small band of rebels, to confront and defeat the ever-present opp
 

 
 

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Elizabeth Acevedo was born and raised in New York City and her poetry is infused with Dominican bolero and her beloved city’s tough grit. She holds a BA in Performing Arts from The George Washington University and an MFA in Crea . . .