I really like this book called Don’t be a Goop!
By Frank Gelett Burgess.
I enjoyed this book because it shows the Goops being naughty.
Mummy thought I was just like one of the Goops !
Arsenic for Tea – a Murder most unladylike mystery by Robin Stevens
This is the second book in this series that I have read and I still love them.
Schoolgirl detectives Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are investigating another murder! This time by poison!!!!!!
I loved it. A shocking mystery story with lots of twists and turns – I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to work out puzzles/mysteries.
Evie Yr 5
First Class Murder by Robin Stevens
This is the third book in the series and I am enjoying reading her books A LOT! My Dad has just bought me the fourth book which I will be starting later today.
It is about a murder which takes place on the Orient Express. The story was very surprising and the murderer was only found out near the end of the book. I would recommend this book to children my age.
These books even have a glossary at the end to help you understand certain words in the story because it is set a long time ago and the language can a little old fashioned.
Evie - Yr 5
I am so very excited to tell you all about the books I am reading…I can’t put them down! There are 4 books in the series and I’ve already read two!
They are all stories about a group of children who belong to a running club. They all have different personalities and very interesting stories to tell. I have just started book three today called Sunny and it’s already a fab read. I do hope you’re all enjoying your reading as much as me at the moment.
Mrs Calbreath Kestrels
Once by Morris Gleitzman
This story is about the second world war. The main characters are Felix and Zelda whose parents both are dead.This story is probably better for year six. I understood the book but it was hard going. 4/10
Cressida Cowell’s book Twice Magic is great. I found it a bit confusing though because it is second in the collection and I did not read the other book to start with. The two main characters were supposed to be enemies but they are friends and they have to work together to get rid of witches. It was a bit scary.
The Secret Mermaid by Sue Mongredien
Ayra Year 1 puffins
‘POG’ by Padraig Kenny
Initially a sad young family move to their Moms ancestral home to start ‘afresh’ Penny and David the children meet POG a strange furry little creature that talks! Then new exciting adventures start! I love the way you see things through all the characters eyes- including POG who is very loveable 🥰. It’s hard to tell you anymore without giving the plot away! She’d a little ‘Happy’ tear at the end- lovely story.
Suitable for 8 years and up.