The Story of Anansi

Here is a throwback to Miss Singleton’s assembly, where this storyteller retold the story of Anansi beautifully!

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Who likes to rhyme?

Another exciting opportunity awaits…

If you like rhyming, poetry and Roald Dahl, then this is one for you!

Check out the link in our ‘bookmarks’ section and try your hand at creating some revolting rhymes of your own.

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Bed time reading competition!

Check out the link added to our reading blog page and see if you would like to enter this exciting new competition!

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Roald Dahl Day!

If you are as excited about Roald Dahl day as we are have a look at 4OD’s celebration of some of Roald Dahl’s most famous books presented by David Walliams.

Which is your favourite and why?

We’d love to know!

 

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What shall I read?

I would like to know any good books, would there be any murder mystery kind of books, adventure books too I would love to hear all the books I get suggested.  🙂

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‘It Could’ve Been Worse’ read by Abbie and Minnie


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Tom Gates

Tom Gates is a really good book because it has lots of humor in it, I would recommend it to anyone over six because some of the words are quite tricky, even I stumble on some words these are the ones I’ve read and really enjoyed.

 


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My book review by Laura

I have just finished a book called Marley and Me. I really enjoyed it because it had lots of detail. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good book to read, read this. Marley is a such clever, smart little dog but then something changed. I would tell you now to read it but it is up to you. If you’ve already watched the movie, read the book but if you have it doesn’t matter still read it.


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Small for Change Stuart by Jessica

If you like mystery, excitement and a thrill of suspense then you will love this book! Small for Change Stuart is a gripping book and will have you on the edge of your seat.It was written by a lady called  When Stuart moves to a new house in the town of Beeton, where his Dad grew up, he finds about his Great Uncle Tony lost workshop and is on the hunt to find it. But what seems like fun ends as danger and Stuart realises that he can’t do it alone…

by Jessica

 


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Book Review by Annabelle

If you are looking for a cheerful story about children spending a jolly time at boarding school look elsewhere because Lemony Snicket A series of Unfortunate Events the austere academy is the exact opposite of that. Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire experience a horrible time a Prufrock Prep with strict punishments, boring lessons, S.O.R.E(special orphan running exercises) , violin recitals and worst of all Carmelita Spats the most horrible girl in the school. This book is extremely gripping as it makes you want to read the rest of the series that he has written because his style of writing is truly amazing! Do you have any books that you could recommend to me as I would like to read some more books similar to this and be gripped by another book?

Do read it because it has humor too.

Thank You

Annabelle


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