You’re the new girl in school. You’re just trying to fit in – and it’s not working. Then someone accuses you of theft, and you think things can’t get any worse. Until you get caught in a freak storm . . .
The next thing you know, you’re in the future. Being shot at for being out after curfew. You don’t even recognise your hometown. And you’re heading for a confrontation from your worst nightmare.
What if you could change the past to save the future?
The Book of the Month for July is written by one of my favourite authors. This book is very interesting and has an exciting plot. When you read this book you will not want to put it down!
The book of the month for June is Soccer Squad – Glory by Bali Rai. This book has been chosen to coincide with the World Cup which will take place later this month.
“Dal, Chris, Abs and Jason have made the squad for the local youth club under-lls football team. And after their first match (not as successful as they’d have liked), they are determined to prove that they’ve got what it takes to be winners.
Rushton Reds for the Cup!
Chris is a striker – but can he put the ball in the back of the net when Rushton Reds meet Evington Eagles, their chief rivals, in a big Cup game? He and his team-mates – Dal, Jason and Abs – all want to lift the trophy. But Evington Eagles are the Cup-holders and won’t be easy to beat . . .”
The book of the Month for May is Inspirational Lives: Andy Murray. This book is written by Clive Gifford. This book will appeal to people who love sport especially tennis. There are lots of interesting facts about Andy Murray inside this book as well as some fantastic illustrations.
The Book of the Month for April 2018 is called Tales from Shakespeare by Marcia Williams. This book has been chosen to coincide with National Shakespeare Day on the 23rd April 2018.
‘Much-loved author/illustrator Marcia Williams retells fourteen of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, with full-colour illustrations throughout. From the heartbreaking tragedy of Romeo and Juliet to Puck’s hilarious escapades in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Marcia brings Shakespeare’s stories vividly to life. A witty, accessible introduction to Shakespeare’s plays.’
The book of the month for February is ‘The Getaway’. This is the most recent book in the ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series’. On the official Diary of a Wimpy Kid website the description of this book is as follows:
To escape the stress of the holidays, the Heffleys decide to get out of town and go to a resort instead of celebrating Christmas at home. But what’s billed as a stress-free vacation becomes a holiday nightmare.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
I really enjoyed reading this book. It is very funny and will appeal to everyone. I would defintely recommend this book to be read!
The Book of the Month for the month of January is ‘Roodica the Rude and the Famous Flea Trick’. This book has been recommended by Miss Kosar and will definitely appeal to lower school.
Long ago, when wolves and bears roamed the land, the Romans conquered Britain. But although they built fine houses and straight roads, not everyone liked the Romans. Lots of people fought back, and none more stubbornly than Queen Goodica’s youngest daughter Roodica the Rude! Goodreads
This book is very funny. I really enjoyed reading it. This is the first book that I have read by Margaret Ryan. I would definitely read another book by this author.
The Book of the Month for December 2017 is Starring Tracy Beaker. The review from Goodreads below describes this book really well!
Tracy Beaker is . . . desperate for a role in her school play. They’re performing A Christmas Carol and for one extremely worrying moment, the irrepressible Tracy thinks she might not even get to play one of the unnamed street urchins. But then she is cast in the main role. Can she manage to act grumpy, difficult and sulky enough to play Ebeneezer Scrooge? … As Tracy prepares for her big moment, Cam is the one helping her learn her lines. But all Tracy really wants to know is if her film-star mum will make it back from Hollywood in time to watch her in her starring role?
This hilarious and heartbreaking story from the bestselling, award-winning, Jacqueline Wilson, follows her most popular character through ups and downs, laughs and tears.
This book can be found in our academy library.