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Library and Reading Challenges


  1. molly

    June 7, 2014 @ 7:18 pm          Reply

    i have loved the reading challenges and i want to do more next year

  2. Daisy-Chainz

    March 31, 2014 @ 3:14 pm          Reply

    Hello budding readers,
    How much have you liked taking part in the reading challenges Haunted Halloween, Magical Mysteries and Amazing Adventures so far? Well then, you’ll be looking forward to the next two that are coming up, Animal Antics and Strories From Around The World! Personally, my favourite reading challenge so far would have to be Haunted Halloween because there are so many spooky books you could have read and they are very easy to find. I also prefer that genre of book so that is why I favour that particular reading challenge.

    A recommendation of a book for the next reading challenge…

    Title: Fantastic Mr Fox
    Author: Roald Dahl
    For Ages: 7+

    Fantastic Mr Fox
    Every Time Mr Fox steals from the farm, Farmer Boggis, Bunce and Bean grow wild with rage! They’re the nastiest crooks in the valley, and they’ve concocted a cunning plan to dig him out of his hole once and for all. But it never occurs to them that Mr Fox has a fantastic plan of his own…

    Enjoy reading books for the next reading challenge, Animal Antics!

    Bye Daisy-Chainz


  3. Wizard

    March 31, 2014 @ 3:13 pm          Reply

    I read rat burger by David Walliams, I would rate it 10/10 but I wouldn’t recommend it for ages 5+, it is a really funny interesting and you won’t be able to put the book down.

  4. Molly

    March 31, 2014 @ 3:04 pm          Reply

    Some good books for animal antics
    Silky seal pup is 8/10
    Paws and whiskers 10/10
    James and the giant peach 8.5/10
    Going on a bear hunt 10/10
    The hungry catapiler 10/10
    Wombats in the wild 8/10
    Butterfly lion 8/10
    Charlottes web 9/10
    Golden cumpus 10/10
    Esio trot 8.5/10
    Fantastic mr fox 10/10
    War horse 5/10
    little red ridding hood 5/10
    The giraffe the pelly and me 9.5/10
    notso hotso 5/10
    How to train your dragon 9/10
    Rover saves Christmas 9.5/10
    The giggler treatment 10/10
    The meanwhile adventures 9/10
    Hope you injoy the reading challenge.

  5. Isobel

    March 31, 2014 @ 3:01 pm          Reply

    I read the night circus, it was wrote by Erin Morgenstern. I really enjoyed this book very much because it took me to another world with all the imagnitave ideas and the magic of the black and white circus that appears misterisaly over night. I could imagian walking through the circus and staying there all night from when it opens at sun set and staying till dawn. I would rate this book ten out of ten because its so good and it opens your imagination. The age group I recommend to read the night cicus is year 5 to year 6 because it is a bit complicated.

  6. Maddie

    March 31, 2014 @ 2:56 pm          Reply

    For are next reading challange Animal Antics I am going to read Double Daisy!!! It’s two books in one. She gets in all kind of trouble with her friend Gabby. The first book in my two books in one is the trouble with Life my second book is the trouble with the Zoos! I think this book is suitable for Year 4’s and younger up to year 2! I will rate this 9.5 out of 10 to give that exstra 0.5 is by more discripetion on the character’s. I am hoping to read more of Kes Gray books.

  7. Reporter #

    March 31, 2014 @ 2:54 pm          Reply

    Hello Bexton,

    I would like to make a book recommendation. The book I read is called Skulduggery Pleasant.
    This is a very exciting book and I would thoroughly recommend it for ages 9+. This is a Fantasy / Sci-fi book
    and is one of my favourite series along with Keys To The Kingdom by Garth Nix. This book is written by Derek Landy.
    Title : Skullduggery Pleasant
    Author : Derek Landy
    Age : 9+
    Rating : 10/10

  8. Keeley (amazing writer)

    March 31, 2014 @ 2:50 pm          Reply

    Cant wait for animal antics

  9. Libby

    March 31, 2014 @ 2:49 pm          Reply

    I really enjoyed the last reading challenge, it was amazing adventures. I loved reading ratburger because it was really gripping and funny. It is by David walliams. I can’ t wait to the next one which is animal antics. I rate the challenge a 9.5.

  10. Mclissy/Alicia

    March 31, 2014 @ 2:48 pm          Reply

    Reading challenges are amazing to help children along with reading and also improve there reading.

    There have been many reading challenges throughout this year and are still two more to come:

    – Haunted Halloween= Done
    – Magical Mystery= Done
    – Amazing Adventures= Done
    – Animal Antics= Coming next
    – People from around the world= Still to come

    Young pupils in bexton rate the reading challenge nine point five out of ten and can’t wait for the next one!

  11. Libby and Sophie

    March 31, 2014 @ 2:44 pm          Reply

    I really enjoyed the last reading challenge it was amazing adventures. I read ratburger by David walliams it was really good.

  12. Annemieke

    March 31, 2014 @ 2:40 pm          Reply

    I read the Hunger games by Suzanne Colins an I loved it. I would rate it 5/5 and I would recommend it to children 10+ because there is violence and some confusing topics. It draws you in and almost turns e pages for you. I couldn’t put it down!! There are 3 books in the series: The Hunger Games, Catching Fire and The Mockingjay. This is an amazing book.

  13. harriet

    February 9, 2014 @ 7:41 pm          Reply

    I wonder what the next challenge is!

  14. Anna

    October 18, 2013 @ 6:12 pm          Reply

    I can’t wait to start the reading challenge it sounds great will be reading lots over the half term

  15. alicia

    October 16, 2013 @ 5:03 pm          Reply

    I’m really looking forward to this reading challenge!

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