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Evie – Year 5 – Arsenic for Tea

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.

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Evie Yr 5

Evie – Year 5 – First Class Murder

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

Mrs Calbreath – Various Books

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

Mrs Parton – POG

‘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.

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Mrs Parton