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Book Club

What it's all about...

The purpose of our Book Clubs is to encourage children across the school to read for pleasure.  We feel it is very important for our children to engage with books and to be able to discuss them with their peers.  The Book Club is a friendly place where we enjoy a drink and a snack whilst discussing the story.  


Book Club Books...


We have enjoyed a wide range of books and stories in Book Club.  So far these have included...

  • Don't Wake The Yeti - Claire Freedman
  • Toto the Ninja Cat and the Great Snake Escape - Dermot O'Leary
  • My Gym Teacher is an Alien Overlord - David Solomons
  • I Need a Wee! - Paul Linnet & Sue Hendra
  • Secrets of a Sun King - Emma Carroll
  • Badly Drawn Beth - Knife & Packer
  • The Squirrels Who Squabbled - Rachel Bright
  • The Parent Agency - David Baddiel
  • Bad Nana - Sophy Henn
  • Phoenix - SF Said
  • My Bunny's Chocolate Factory - Elys Dolan


Our 'Book Club' books this year...


F2 - 'I Need a Wee' by Paul Linnet and Sue Hendra

Year 1 - 'The Squirrels Who Squabbled' by Rachel Bright

Year 2 - 'Mr Bunny's Chocolate Factory' by Elys Dolan

LKS2 - 'Bad Nana' by Sophy Henn

UKS2 - 'Phoenix' by S F Said

LKS2 Book Club

UKS2 Book Club

I really enjoyed Phoenix, it was one of the best books I've read. The best part was when Lucky finally found his dad. The storyline kept me gripped and intrigued the whole way through. I found it very emotional especially when Mystica died because she was my favourite character. It was also sad when apparently Lucky was burning his life away every time he used his power. I liked how the book had twists in it and you couldn't guess what was going to happen. I can't wait to read another book by S F Said.

By Lucie


This was a very good book and adventurous. I liked it that much I stayed up until 11 pm to read it all. I was amazed when lucky was the 12th Astrirus Lucifer because it was a big twist which I like . My favourite bit was they went into the war zone. The funniest bit was when lucky thought that the fake sugary eyes were real.

By Lewis

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