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Ms Ferguson

Readers are Leaders

A perfect pre-teen book (I’d recommend for age 11/12) for someone who has an interest in spiritual w. . .
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Isabel

Woodrush High School

Marinkas Baba is a yaga (a guardian of the dead). The yaga house has chicken legs and is always on t. . .
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Ruby

Readers are Leaders

The House with Chicken Legs is certainly an interesting read. I really liked the entire premise of t. . .
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William

Flamsteed's Carnegie Umbras, DE5 8NP

I thoroughly enjoyed the House with The Chicken legs due to the excellent folklore in it which helps. . .
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Mahi

Xenial Readers of Rushey Mead

A very divergent book that is connected via death. The protagonist of this story is connected very d. . .
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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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Beth

Five Acres Plot Gobblers

Ok so this is how I'm going to start off... it was a strange manipulative book. The characters in it. . .
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Jacob

Lancaster Royal Grammar School

This book is filled with imagination and wonder. It is filled with secrets, twists and turns. It fol. . .
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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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