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Eminsaid

Addey & Stanhope Carnegie Club, London

The plot of the book was amazing. It tells the story of a girl who is bored and unhappy with her lif. . .
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Aaron

Ballakermeen High School

This book was good. My favourite character was Baba because she was a really supportive character. T. . .
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Bibliophile

Angmering School, Fast and Furious Book Club

Baba Yaga and her moving house are a feature of many Slavic folk tales. Here the author builds on st. . .
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Asa

Readers are Leaders

'The House with Chicken Legs' by Sophie Anderson is an interesting book about the experiences of Mar. . .
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Jack

Glossopdale, Kim's Carnegie Crew

The House With Chicken Legs is a book about a girl who died as a baby but refused to go through a pa. . .
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Daniel

Danesfield Church of England School

A very gripping book about a young girl whose life is connected to a house that constantly moves. Al. . .
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Aidan

St Augustines Catholic College

The book as whole decently good, and the character development I ok, but the story is weak ad could . . .
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Daniela

Haileybury Turnford Academy Reading Group

Marinko is the protagonist of this book and she wants a normal life. Marinka has a problem because . . .
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Steph

Glossopdale, Kim's Carnegie Crew

Marinka is the daughter of a Yaga - someone who guides people to the stars after they have died - an. . .
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Elizabeth

Hardenhuish 2019 Carnegie Group

I found this book quite a childish read, I wasn't really keen on the plot but it did make me reflect. . .
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