My Sister’s Got A Spoon Up Her Nose
Monday April 21st 2014, 10:55 am
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my sisters got a spoon up her nosI have been reading ‘My Sister’s Got A Spoon Up Her Nose’ , written by Jeremy Strong. It is a very humorous book, that made me laugh out loud when I read it. The illustrator is called Rowan Clifford.

As you probably guessed, it is bout a little girl, who gets a spoon stuck up her nose. Her family have to take her to the doctors and Dad finds a leaflet about something called The Three Mile Challenge. But this means beating Dad’s worst enemy, Mr Tugg! They have to run a mile, swim a mile and jump from over a mile high.

Dad is an extremely competitive man, but he can be very kind and caring when he needs to be and Mr Tugg is exactly the same as Dad. Thre isn’t rely a way to describe Nicholas (he little boy), he sot of changes from from one thing to anotherm he is always on Dad’s side though. Mum is the sensible one in the family, every one else is a bit silly really , especially Cheese and Tomato.

It is good the way it talks to the reader, and there is always something going on, so it keeps your interest all of the time. There are serious parts and funny parts, my favourite character is Tomato, because she is silly and makes me laugh. I love this book, however I would like it even more if it had a few more illustrations.

Overall, this is a great book to read, and I would definitely recommend it to other children.

By ursularlydd

Hetty Feather by Jacqueline Wilson
Friday April 04th 2014, 9:38 am
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This book is about an orphan  who lived in a foster home for 5 years but after 5 years she had to go to the founding hospital but everything she took with her got thrown in the bin.she has no mother so she has been looking  but  where I am in the story she has not had much luck . Hetty is the main character she has no friends and is alone and is trying to escape being a maid ! This book is amazing and exciting she loves the circus and thinks one of the lady’s is her Mum but is she?


                         Find out in Hetty feather .

Rendezvous In Russia
Thursday March 20th 2014, 5:17 pm
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Rendezvous In Russia is an amazing book written by Lauren St John, it is packed with excitement and drama. This is a great book to learn new words, with fantastic illustrations by David Dean. If you like mystery solving, this is the perfect book for you. It actually won the Blue Peter Book Award! Here is a quote from the book: “Accidents do have a habit of happening, Laura Marlin, especially if you are of a heroic disposition and put yourself in harm’s way.”

My new book – A medal for Leroy by Michael Morpurgo
Wednesday March 19th 2014, 1:23 pm
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I have just started reading A medal for Leroy, by Michael Morpurgo. Its about a boy called Michael who never knew his father. His mother is French and he has two aunts called Auntie Snowdrop and Auntie Pish. His mum won’t tell Michael anything about his dad apart from he was a RAF pilot in the war.

“A simple story, beautifully told.” Sunday Express

“Morpurgo is a virtuoso at conjuring vibrant stories that draw on historical events.” The Observer Review

By emmalydd

Molly Moon’s Incredible Book of Hypnotism
Wednesday March 12th 2014, 3:02 pm
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At the moment I am reading Molly Moon’s Incredible Book of Hypnotism, I am enjoying reading this book. It is a great book, written by Georgia Byng. It is about an orphan girl called Molly Moon, she is called Molly Moon because she was found in a box marked ‘Moon’s Marshmallows’. She finds a book about hypnotism in the library. She tries it out, and some amazing things happen to her!

There’s a Boy in the Girls bathroom! By Louis Sachar.
Saturday March 08th 2014, 7:26 am
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There’s a Boy in the Girls bathroom! is a book about a boy called Bradley Chalkers. He tells lies. He picks fights with girls, and the teachers say he has “serious behaviour problems”. No one likes him. Except from Carla. She says that every bad person has good buried deep inside of them. She knows that he can change if he wasn’t afraid to try.

Stormbreaker by Anthony Horrowitz
Saturday March 08th 2014, 7:25 am
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imageLast term for our class book, we read Stormbreaker by Anthony Horrowitz. Its all about a boy called Alex Rider who has no family except from his uncle. His uncle is a spy for the MI6! However Alex doesn’t know that he’s a secret spy! This book is a mixture of horror, action and adventure!

I think our whole class would recommend this book for everybody to read! 10/10

Harry Potter And The Philosopher Stone .
Wednesday March 05th 2014, 6:20 am
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imageHarry Potter books are some of the best books for  a young adult from 12 to 18 years of age you might even enjoy reading them to your children to .  They are with the genre of adventure and thriller there is also some heart break in there to . J.K Rowling is the amazing author that has written these books and I quite enjoy reading the . I recommend you read some of these books maybe even watch the films.

Matilda by Roald Dahl
Wednesday March 05th 2014, 6:17 am
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imageMatilda is a very funny book with lots if twists to it. His book is about a girl Junius called Matilda, she is in Miss Honeys class, the 1st form, she is battling Miss Trunchbull to get her to the 6th form, will she get there?I really like this book and recommend it to others, 10\10 Its a great book!!!

Street Child by Berlie Doherty
Tuesday March 04th 2014, 7:15 am
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Street child is a very loving and moving book, but still has the old disaster and disappointment. Its about a boy named Jim who has a very messed up life, as his mum has dies and he loses his sisters, however just as it getting good for him disasters strike again. Join Jim on his adventure across London in the 1860s.
By Sophie and Maya