Goblin Quest

Goblin Quest

It is about somebody called Prince Rhind who goes to the city of Clovenstone in search of a artefact but doesn’t find it. He gets up to lots on his quest to raise the eleven city of Elvensea. It is a great book for great readers.


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the Jaime Johnson’s series

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The Jaime Johnsons series is a great series to read for football hooligans. In Jamie’s great adventure, he is going to pass some hurdles but it all works out for him. Lets see if he follows after his grandad and go to Hawks United or will he join a different team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hitler’s Canary review

   Hitler’s Canary is for older readers aged 8-11. It is about an little boy called Michael he lives in Demark, it is World War 2. Demark thinks the Germans are not going to invade, but suddenly one night they appear out of nowhere. Hitler is on a mission to capture all the Jews. Michaels best friend Anton and his family are in danger, they are Jews. How will Michael and his friends family survive…

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Happy reading!

This young man was really pleased to see Miss Duncan had purchased the books he requested.

We can’t wait to see his reviews on our reading blog!

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The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot by Scott Magoon

Mrs Bowker read this book in this week’s values assembly. Our value for this half term is TRUST and in this story Ben loses the trust of his family and friends as he tries to trick them into believing he has seen Bigfoot.
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But, just like the boy who cried wolf, when Bigfoot arrives Ben is left feeling rather alone.

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The story ends with Ben learning a lesson about truth and trust and he uses this to seek out more adventures.

What did you think about The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot? Do you think it was an interesting story to read?


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