Monthly Archives: August 2015

65-Storey Treehouse – latest book in the series waiting for someone to borrow!

Here is the new book in the Treehouse series by And Griffiths and Terry Denton. They have added some new storeys, of course, and when they get into trouble with a certain building inspector, they embark on a fabulous time … Continue reading

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Well done Secret Seven! by Enid Blyton. A review by Lucy

Lucy enjoyed reading this book and has written a short description about it. Enid Blyton has been popular for a long time and we have many of her books in the library. The Secret Seven make a hut in the … Continue reading

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It’s My Turn To Cook!

Tom borrowed this book from our popular Baking and Cookery section. Look at these Peanut Butter Cookies! Look good? Try making some yourself or something else then share it by posting some photos on our library blog.

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Cool! by Michael Morpurgo: A quick review by Olivia

  A review of Cool! by Olivia The book Cool is very sad. A boy Robbie Aisley age 10 got hit by a car and was in a coma for 6 weeks. Robbie was hit by a Scottish man who … Continue reading

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Code Breakers by Sally Rippin: A quick review by Phoebe

  A¬†description of Code Breakers by Phoebe Where they break lots of codes. Mikas is Japanese and Alex is good with numbers so his¬†used maths and Jack’s code was backwards. Billie did’nt like it, her code was a tree house!

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