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Emily

Hardenhuish 2019 Carnegie Group

This book is about a teenage girl's struggles at home and at school, with a very strict mother and a. . .
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Elizabeth

Hardenhuish 2019 Carnegie Group

The Poet X was my favourite book out of the shortlist for the Carnegie Award because I felt as thoug. . .
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Isabel

Hardenhuish 2019 Carnegie Group

I found this book and it caught my eye straight away. It made me think about how this actually is th. . .
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Niamh

Hardenhuish 2019 Carnegie Group

The Poet X is a poem-novel that goes into depth about discrimination and teenage emotions. It highli. . .
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Hafizah

Plashet School

I haven't read the full book yet. Well I find the book interesting as it works through conflict in . . .
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Lola

The Austin Library Group, Dane Court Grammar School

This book was very good: so emotional and unputdownable that I got through it in one sitting. Simpl. . .
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Hattie

Glossopdale, Kim's Carnegie Crew

Poet X is a staggering novel written by Elizabeth Acevedo and is, in my opinion, the best book. I. . .
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Sammy

Cardinal Newman Sunrise Book Group

I loved this book! It was extremely gripping. The layout of verse was unique and interesting and I e. . .
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Cait

St Augustines Catholic College

I quite like this book as the main character, Xiomara, she was a little rebellious from her mother's. . .
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Molly

Impington Village College

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo was a pleasurable read, with aspects we can all relate to like stric. . .
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