Category Archives: Quick Read

These are stories for emerging readers who like chapters in their books. They let you read as many chapters as you want to at one time and you can bookmark easily until you are ready to move on.

Opportunities to vote for your favourite books

Do you remember that we voted for our favourite books for the Children’s Choice? Some of our favourites made it to the shortlist – although not all of them surprisingly. Peace Warriors did not make the cut and that featured … Continue reading

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Year 5 Book Club get busy recommending books for younger readers

At our last book club meeting for Term 1, our keen year 5 book clubbers set about looking for books that our students in years 2-4 might enjoy if they are looking for chapter books. We set up these great … Continue reading

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Charley’s review of Geronimo Stilton’s Very Merry Christmas

Charley had some spare time at school and thought this looked like a funny book for doing a book review. She read it in one sitting and wrote this: Geronimo is going to new York for Christmas but he loses … Continue reading

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Funny Faces with Room 1 and Room 2

Can you spot the Funny Face chimps on these pictures? Room 1 and Room 2 were having a look at some new books we have in the library this week, a set of National Geographic Early Readers which are full … Continue reading

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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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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo

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