Tag Archives: KS3 reading

Out of the Ashes – a story about foot and mouth disease

There are so many brilliant Michael Morpurgo books out there that it is very hard to choose which ones to read but this one, even though it is shorter, should be on your must read list. It is not a … Continue reading

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Refugee Boy By Benjamin Zephaniah

I must confess I had never heard of this book until I started downloading almost every secondary reading list I could find (I am trying to create my own reading list for my daughter) and I then started searching online … Continue reading

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Divergent

Divergent is the first book in a gripping series of Dystopian fiction that has been expertly crafted for teens (they will not want to put in down) and even some of us who are ever so slightly older (I tore … Continue reading

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My Name Is Victoria

My daughter and I are huge fans of Lucy Worsley’s books. She writes Historical fiction so effortlessly that you, the reader are transported back in time and become entangled with fascinating characters. My daughter classifies Lucy’s book as some of … Continue reading

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Library Books January 2022

We have always used our local library but at our old house going to the library meant a car trip. Since we moved a trip to our library is now just a 10 minute walk. So as I am sure … Continue reading

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