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Book 1- Ice Palace

Book 1

My first Recommended Read is Ice Palace by Robert Swindells. This superb book is perfect for action and mystery lovers. It is packed full of interesting events and keeps you guessing until the very end. I could not put this book down! 

 

 

Book 2- The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe

Book 2

My second Recommended Read is The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. This superb book is perfect adventure lovers. It is a family classic which is loved by all readers!

Book 3- The Invisible Boy

Book 3

My third Recommended Read is The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig. This excellent book is a heart-warming story about friendship.

Book 4- The Sheep-Pig by Dick King Smith

Book 4

My fourth book is The Sheep-Pig by Dick King Smith. This book is perfect for animal lovers and teaches us that nothing is off limits if we work hard towards it.

Book 5

Book 5

My fifth book is Hansel and Gretel by Anthony Browne. This is a traditional tale which has been enjoyed for generations.

Book 6- The Diary of a Killer Cat by Anne Fine

Book 6- The Diary of a Killer Cat by Anne Fine

This is a hilarious book from the perspective of a cat. I have read this book twice and loved it both times. It makes you laugh out loud whilst also teaching you an important lesson about honesty!

 

Book 7- The Mousehole Cat

Book 7- The Mousehole Cat by Antonia Barber

This book is a Cornish Legend about a cat called Mowzer. Read this book to see how Mowzer saves the day!

Book 8- The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

Book 8- The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark by Jill Tomlinson

I love this adorable book about an owl called Plop. Poor Plop is afraid of the dark which is an unusual thing to be afraid of if your an owl. This books is his story of how he overcame his fears whilst meeting a few new friends on the way. 

Book 9- The Bad Guys

Book 9- The Bad Guys by Aaron Blabey

This hilarious comic book style text is a really fun read. This story follows a group of villains who attempt to perform good deeds to change society's perception of them as criminals, despite their efforts usually going wrong.


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