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Amy

Hardenhuish 2019 Carnegie Group

Bone Talk was one of my favourite books on the shortlist. It is set in the past about a traditional . . .
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lybah

Winchmore School

This book was the most decent among all. It had a storyline, interesting characters and a climax sce. . .
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Sammy

Cardinal Newman Sunrise Book Group

This was a very good book. I enjoyed learning about this part of history in the Philippines. My favo. . .
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Georgina

Fortismere

The story in this book shows the author taking risks in regards to presenting characters and their h. . .
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Cait

St Augustines Catholic College

I like the front cover of this book as it is very creative with a lot of detail. As a Filipino, I fe. . .
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Amy C

Witchford Wonders Carnegie, Cambs

In Bone Talk Samkad can't become a man until he finds his brother as their souls are connected. Once. . .
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Millie

Witchford Wonders Carnegie, Cambs

This book was slightly confusing. However it was alright, not the best but definitely not the worst . . .
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Sukhwinder

Plashet School

I actually quite enjoyed reading this book and finding out about different cultures. The writing sty. . .
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Oliver

Grindon Hall Christian School

Offered an understanding of the culture, traditions and spirituality of an indigenous tribe in Phili. . .
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Alex M

Merchant Taylors' Boys' School

Bone Talk is a good book because of its characters, setting and story. The main characters; Samkad, . . .
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