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Beanfield Primary School

Recommended Spring Reads 2018

Here at Beanfield, we believe reading is extremely important and are always looking for ways to improve our book collections – whether it is in the library, book shop or classrooms. Over the last few weeks, we have been very lucky to have received a wide range of new books in our classroom book corners. This has included both fiction and non-fiction texts from a variety of authors.

Here at Beanfield, we believe reading is extremely important and are always looking for ways to improve our book collections – whether it is in the library, book shop or classrooms. Over the last few weeks, we have been very lucky to have received a wide range of new books in our classroom book corners. This has included both fiction and non-fiction texts from a variety of authors.

If you are looking for new books to read at home, then we have some recommendations for you below.

 

KS1

Stanleys Stick – John Hegley

Lost and Found – Oliver Jeffers

Sox and Pals – B B Taylor

The Enourmous Crocodile – Roald Dahl

The Bear who Stared – Duncan Beedie

 

Lower KS2

My Headteacher is a Vampire Rat – Pamela Butchart

Operation Gadgetman – Malorie Blackman

The Hundred and One Dalmations – Dodie Smith

Ericas Elephant – Sylvia Bishop

Billionaire Boy – David Walliams

Great Women who Changed the World – Kate Pankhurst

Mouse Noses on Toast – Daren King

 

Upper KS2

Time Travelling with a Hamster – Ross Welford

The Worst Children’s Jobs in History – Sir Tony Robinson

Oranges in No Man’s Land – Elizabeth Laird

The Dream Snatcher – Abi Elphinstone

101 Poems for Children – Carol Ann Duffy

A Series of Unfortunate Events The Bad Beginning – Lemony Snicket

The Boy in The Striped Pyjamas – John Boyne

 

House Points

  • Responsibility

    8196PTS
  • Pride

    9242PTS
  • Freedom

    8316PTS
  • Tolerance

    8161PTS
  • Respect

    8588PTS