Book Talk

Calling all Eager Beaver Readers!

Ooh Books!  A virtual space devoted to discovering new books and a chance for you to share your love of reading with others. Each month we share a fabulous book recommendation which promises to delight its readers!

July Book of the Month!

TITLE:

Making Books by Paul Johnson 

WHY WE LOVE IT: 

In a nutshell, this book contains lots of book-making projects to keep enquiring minds happy! If you love writing but you’re tired of always writing in the same journal, this book will teach you step by step how to make creative book templates. From holiday brochures to pop-up books, there's a project for every style of writing. Your homemade book will lift your stories by making them look amazing. We’re looking forward to seeing these projects put into practice!

June Book of the Month!

TITLE:

YOU CAN explore the universe by Tom Kerss

WHY WE LOVE IT: 

An interactive, informative book written by a clever astronomer! Chapters cover fascinating topics ranging from inventing your own constellation to making the most of your eyes!

A perfect book for children who love to learn facts and enjoy being busy making things.

May Book of the Month!

TITLE:

The Wild Robot by Peter Brown

WHY WE LOVE IT: 

A fantastic, easy to read, quirky page-turner. Roz the robot finds herself in a unfamiliar environment amongst some unfriendly natives, all of which force her to question her purpose in life. Some surprising turns which keep you wanting to read on!

This book unravels the themes of nature and technology with plenty to love and ponder! 

April Book of the Month!

TITLE:

The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis 

WHY WE LOVE IT: 

Set in Afghanistan, the story is part of a trilogy ‘The Breadwinner series’. It tells the story of a girl’s struggle to survive when her Father is arrested by the Taliban. An inspiring read but not for the fainthearted! It promises to be eye-opening with fasinating cultural insights, shedding light on the fragility of human nature, bravery and hope. 

March Book of the Month!

TITLE:

Murder Most Unladylike Mystery Series by Robin Stevens (Ages 9+) 

WHY WE LOVE IT: 

Schoolgirls, Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are no ordinary girls, they decide to set up their own wicked detective agency. Set in the 1930s in an English boarding school, the girls solve fast paced mysteries with plenty of twists and red herrings to keep you on your toes. These mystery books are full of good stuff and will suit fans of Agatha Christie! 

February Book of the Month!

Title:

Kate Wolfe Takes the Case by Lauren St John (Age 9-11)

Why We Love It: 

Kat Wolfe is an inspiring female lead with a spirit for adventure and mystery with the added element of a firece wild cat! Purrfect for those who are besotted with animals, especially cats!

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