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Y5 & Y6 Book Clubs

Year Five Book Club children meet every Tuesday lunch time and Year Six Book Club children meet every Thursday lunch time.​  While having lunch, children chat to their friends and enjoy hot chocolate and biscuits.  When lunch is out of the way, children settle down to read some of their chosen book.  They volunteer to read aloud or simply enjoy the story by following and listening.  The story is discussed and children make their own reading recommendations.

Autumn Term 2021 Books – Year Five Book Club 

Our Y5 book club children have chosen Thomas Taylor’s ‘Shadowghast’ as their book for the autumn term.  Thomas has very kindly sent a message to the children……..  

‘Hello to Y5 Book Club at Malvern Primary School.  I’m delighted to hear that you have chosen to read SHADOWGHAST.  You have picked it at just the right time, as this story is set in Eerie-on-Sea at Halloween, so hopefully it will put you in a spooky mood over the next few weeks.  If you haven’t been to Eerie-on-Sea before, or met Herbie — Lost-and-Founder at the Grand Nautilus Hotel — or his best friend, Violet Parma, then welcome ! You will find it’s a very strange little seaside town, with many dark rumours and eerie legends.  But if you stick together, you should be okay.  Don’t forget to visit Seegol’s Diner, on the pier, for the best Fish and Chips in town.  And call into the Eerie Book Dispensary, too, where the marvellous, mechanical Mermonkey waits for you to toss a coin into its hat.  In Shadowghast you will also be invited to see a magic show in the theatre at the end of the pier.  I hope you enjoy it, but whatever you do, when the magician asks for a volunteer, make sure she doesn’t pick you!  Happy reading, and very best wishes….from Thomas Taylor.’

Summer Term 2021 Books

Our Year Six Book Club children had their first meetings before the Easter holiday.  Children from Mr. Pyne’s class have decided to read ‘The Haunting of Aveline Jones’ by Phil Hickes.

Aveline loves reading ghost stories – so a dreary half-term holiday becomes much more exciting when she discovers a spooky old book. And not only are the stories spine-tingling, but it once belonged to one Primrose Penberthy – who, it seems, vanished rather mysteriously – never to be seen again….

 

Book Club members from Mr. Bulmer’s class have chosen ‘The Valley of Lost Secrets’ by Lesley Parr.  September 1939: When Jimmy is evacuated to a small village in Wales, it couldn’t be more different from London.  Green, quiet and full of strangers, he instantly feels out of place.  But then he finds a skull hidden in a tree, and suddenly the valley is much more frightening than the war itself.  Who can Jimmy trust ?  His brother is too little and his best friend has changed…..

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