Summer Reading

Well done Ruby.

I’m glad you enjoyed Charlotte’s Web, I wonder if any of our other bloggers have read it too.

I look forward to seeing what you read next.



My Summer Reading Challenge book 3 is called TIM: Defender of the Earth by Sam Enthoven. Tim is a T-Rex, over 100 foot tall and only a teenager! A mad scientist is threatening the world and it is up to Tim and a stroppy boy to save mankind – no pressure then.

It was great fun and very exciting in places.

Mrs. H.

Charlotte’s Web

Today I have finished Charlotte’s Web. It was about a pig, called Wilbur, who makes a friend spider, called Charlotte, they go on many adventures. I loved this book and on a scale of 1-10 I would give it a 10! What a great read! It would highly recommend this book for ages 10-100!

From Ruby

Summer Reading Challenge

Off to a good start – I’ve read my first 2 books.
‘Robin Hood V The Plague Undead’ was a good story with strong characters and very gruesome bits. Not my thing but I wanted to try something different!
My second book was more my thing. ‘Brightly Woven’ by Alexandra Bracken is a story about magic and wizards, bad guys and people we are not sure about yet. The book was really gripping and I finished in a few days. Try it.

Mrs. H.

Shaun the Sheep

I read this book from the library called Shaun the Sheep: the movie book and when I got nearly to the end I started crying because the sheep and farmer nearly died, but I think children should read it.


Not good

I have recently finished Lucky Star. Personally, I think it was a bad book, I would not recommend it to any other yellow level readers.

Summer Reading Challenge

I’m going to be reading 6 books to do my own Summer Reading Challenge.
My first 3 are ‘Princess Academy’ by Shannon Hale, ‘Tim’ by Sam Enthoven and ‘Robin Hood V The Plague Undead’ by James Black.
Tim is a T-Rex that the scientists have been messing with and the Robin Hood one is sooo not my usual kind of book, but I thought I should give it a try.
I’ll post what I think of them in a few weeks.

Mrs. H.


Harry Potter

I have read every single Harry Potter book 10 times. My favourite book is Goblet of Fire because it isn’t very complicated and there is lots of adventures.
Ben year 7


The series I am recommending is the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.
I would recommend this series to anyone who likes a lot of adventure in books with a little bit of mystery and tension in them too.
The series is about a young wizard named Harry Potter whose parents have been killed by the darkest wizard who ever lived, Lord Voldemort/ “You-know-who”. Harry is raised by his aunt and uncle (who despise him) and never told him what really happened when he was a baby nor who he really is. Harry is then taken to Hogwarts school of witch craft and wizardry and throughout the series has to overcome and defeat Lord Voldemort/ “You-know-who” along with various obstacles.
I recommend this series to all ages children, teenagers and adults.
The order of the series is: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Caraid Year 8

Harry Potter Day

I always think of the summer when you mention Harry Potter. It is 20 years since the first Harry Potter hit the book shops and 10 years since the Deathly Hallows, but each book was published in the summer and that is when I read them. I can still recall reading about Dumbledore’s last battle and how Harry and the others reacted. I was sitting in the car on the way to visit a castle on hols with tears dripping off my chin.
Mrs. H.