Category Archives: Red House Book Award

Childrens Book Award

heartlessWe have received a box of books from nowhereWaterstones which are being considered for the next Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  You don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

Titles include Heartless by Marissa Meyer and Welcome to Nowhere by Elizabeth Laird.

If you would like to read one of the books please come to the library.

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Red House Book Award

passengerWe have received a box new-guardof books from Waterstones which are being considered for next year’s Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  You don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

Titles include the latest Cherub book ‘New Guard’ and Simon Mayo’s ‘Blame’.

If you would like to read one of the books please come to the library.

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Red House Book Award

HauntingWe have just received a box of books from Waterstones which are being considered for next year’s Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  YoStar Strucku don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

If you would like to read one of the books please come to the library.

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Red House Book Award

OneWe have just receivedFrail a box of books from Waterstones which are being considered for next year’s Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  You don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

MillieIf you would like to read oneRailhead of the books please come to the library.

Red House Book Award

99 DaysRestWe have just received a box of books from Waterstones which are being considered for next year’s Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  You don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

Most of these books have only just been published or are awaiting publication.

If you would like to read one of the books please come to the library.

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Red House Book Award

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We have just received a box of books from Waterstones which are being considered for next year’s Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  You don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

A number of these books have only just been published or are awaiting publication.

If you would like to read one of the books please come to the library.

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Red House Book Award

PathfinderfearWe have just received a box of books from Waterstones which are being considered for next year’s Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  You don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

If you would like to read one of the books please come to the library.

We also have copies of the three 12+ books which have been shortlisted for this year’s award.  We are looking for readers to read all three books and rank them in order of preference.   The books are Split Second by Sophie McKenzie, Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman and Prince of the Icemark by Stuart Hill.  Icemark

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 If you’d be interested in reading these books please come to the library.

Red House Book Award

We have just received another box of books from Waterstones which are being considered for next year’s Red House Book Award.  We need pupils to read these books and give us their opinions.  You don’t have to review the book, just grade it from A to E, with A being Brilliant!, B Very Good, C Pretty Good, D Nothing Special and E – Rubbish!

If you would like to read one of the books please come to the library.

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Red House Children’s Book Award 2014 – Winner

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey has won the Red House Children’s Book Award 2014.  The first book in a trilogy it is the story of 16-year-old Cassie Sullivan’s struggle to survive after an apocalyptic alien arrival. 5th Wave

The other books on the short list were WARP by Eoin Colfer and Killing Rachel by Anne Cassidy.

Copies of all the shortlisted books are available to borrow from the library.

Red House Book Award

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In conjunction with the Southampton Children’s Book Group and Waterstones, Thornden pupils are being given the opportunity to compile the shortlist for next year’s Red House Book Award.

All pupils can take part and you do not have to review the book – just grade it from A to E (A being ‘most excellent’ and E being ‘would never read again!’).

We have just received another selection of books so if you’d like to take part please come to the Library and choose a book.  Titles include The Spin by Rebecca Lisle, Frostfire by Zoe Marriott, Summertime of the Dead by Gregory Hughes, Dance of Shadows by Yelena Black.

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