The Book of the Month for July 2017 is Prince Caspian. This book is written by C.S. Lewis. It is a part of ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ series. This book builds upon the success of ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’. This book will appeal to readers who love adventure. Prince Caspian has been turned in to a movie. This book may appeal to boys more than girls.
The Book of the Month for June 2017 is ‘Soccer Squad: Missing by Bali Rai. This book will definitely appeal to children who love football. Soccer Squad: Missing focuses on encouraging teamwork. This book is written by the author Bali Rai who will be coming to visit us later this month!
The Book of the Month for May 2017 was Ellie Simmonds. This book is a part of the Inspirational Lives Series. It is very informative and written well. This book will inspire children to be the best that they can be. This book highlights the fact that she is committed to her sport. It also highlights her achievements in her career. This book will appeal to all ages.
T.J. and the Penalty
TJ’s friend Jamie is the heart and soul of the Parkview football team, but although he’s a great tackler his passes are dangerously random – and he can’t resist the stodgy food that his mum and the school cook love to tempt him with. Jamie becomes so unfit that Mr Wood drops him from the team, so his friends and their parents organize a World Food and Football day to try and change his eating habits – and to impress the Inspectors who seem to think Parkview is not a very good school. Jamie works really hard to get fit, and finally regains his place in the team, but only when he accepts his true vocation as a goalie.
This book will definitely appeal to children who have an interest in football. Theo Walcott is a very good writer. The characters and the plot work well together. Readers of this book will not be disappointed!
Happy 30th birthday, Please Mrs Butler! This witty collection of school poems by Allan Ahlberg, re-jacketed for its 30th anniversary and for a whole new generation of school children to fall in love with, is full of typical classroom events that will be recognized and enjoyed by everyone. From never-ending projects, reading tests, quarreling, making-up, excuses and ‘Please, Sir, it isn’t fair.’ Fritz Wegner’s line drawings beautifully complement the hilarious and poignant verses. Please Mrs Butler was voted the most important twentieth-century children’s poetry book in a Books for Keeps poll.
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This book is very popular! it is enjoyed by both staff and pupils alike. This book can be found in the poetry section of the library.
One of the UK’s favourite storytellers, David Walliams’ novels are full of wit and wisdom. They have heart-warming themes and a spiky sense of humour that appeals to any fan of Roald Dahl. In this book, he’s delighted to introduce children to The Midnight Gang!
Although most children are fast asleep by the time the clock strikes 12, The Midnight Gang’s adventures are just beginning… Tom has been hit on the head by a cricket ball and finds himself at Lord Funt hospital, a place run by terrifying porters and wicked matrons. However, when he meets four other patients in the children’s ward, things get exciting.
While bonding, the five friends find all their dreams coming true. This is a spellbinding book about the power of friendship and magic. It’s just as captivating as Walliams’ previous books.
The Book People
The Midnight Gang has got to be my favourite David Walliams book. It is written well. When I started reading this book I didn’t want to put it down! This book can be found in the library in the fiction section.
Flour Babies is one of my favourite books. This book is written by the author Anne Fine. The review by Goodreads will give you an insight as to what this book is about.
Flour Babies is a day school novel for young adults, written by Anne Fine and published by Hamilton 1992. It features a group “science experiment” in a classroom full of poor students. “When his class of underachievers is assigned to spend three torturous weeks taking care of their own “babies” in the form of bags of flour, Simon makes amazing discoveries about himself while coming to terms with his long-absent father.”
This book will appeal to both genders. It covers a range of issues such as family relationships. I would definitely recommend this book to be read.