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And there were some
amazing costume efforts!
Well done everyone who entered the quizzes,
treasure hunt and of course the costume competition...
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I can understand how this was the Booker Prize
Winner for 2020, it is flawlessly written.
A gripping, if sometimes very bleak, read
about growing up in the slum tenement houses
of 1980s Glasgow.
Unflinching gritty realism at its absolute best:
right up my street!
Every day, for as long as they can remember,
'A' has woken up in a different person’s body.
'A' creates boundaries to survive - stay under the
radar and don’t get attached - until one day they
wake up in Justin’s body, spend one day with his
girlfriend Rhiannon, and fall in love.
This beautifully written coming of age story will
keep you engaged until its bittersweet ending.
Mysterious giant metal body parts begin to
be found across the planet. A small research
team is hoping to assemble the massive robot
but often at the cost of others suffering.
An unique narrative that is put together from
accounts of interviews, diaries, recordings and
reports which might inspire readers to present
their stories differently.
The first in a brand new series set in
Garber’s enchanting Caraval world,
this is a book about broken hearts and
Addictive and unpredictable,
you should absolutely judge a book by its
cover as Once Upon a Broken Heart is as
stunning inside as it is outside!
If you want to find out how Disney
has changed these fairy tales –
read this book!
This is a collection of 53 fairy tales
from the Brothers Grimm where each
fairy tale is followed by an explanation
including its source and similar stories
that exist like it. The author also explains
if he has changed it and why. Fascinating!
This is an inspirational non-fiction book:
a collection of short extracts from
well known authors who each share
their enjoyment of reading and celebrate
the difference it made to their lives.
Enjoy opening the book at any chapter -
you don't have to read from beginning
As funding for libraries is under threat,
all royalties go to The Reading Agency's
Lucy Morling Y10
A timely book during times of worry and burn
out about setting boundaries in your
life to help you manage what's important to you.
If you have trouble saying 'No' to things, feel
like people take advantage of your kindness or
monopolise your time, this book is for you.
Self care, social and communication advice to
help you get your energy and confidence back.
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