Greenglass House

 by:     Kate Milford

ages:  all

I liked this book because it made sense the whole way through. All the puzzles were solved, no mysteries where left unexplained.  There are ghosts but it is not scary, actually very funny. It is quite long.
I would give it an 8 out of 10.

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BOOK OF THE WEEK

THE WINTERSMITH

by        Terry Pratchett

age      10/11+

SEQUEL TO A HAT FULL OF SKY
 AS WITH ALL BOOKS IN THIS SERIES, YOU SHOULD LISTEN TO THIS BOOK ON AUDIBLE FIRST. THIS BOOK IS LITTLE INAPROPRIATE ONCE OR TWICE, BUT THE FEEGLES ARE TAKEN TO A NEW LEVEL. THEY TRY TO SING. IT IS SLIGHTLY CREEPY, BUT NOT AS MUCH AS THE LAST BOOK. 

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BOOK OF THE WEEK

A HAT FULL OF SKY

by        Terry Pratchett

ages    10/11+

 I RECOMMEND FIRST LISTENING TO THIS ON AUDIBLE (NARRATED BY STEPHEN BRIGGS), AS SOME OF THE VOCABULARY CAN BE DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND. THIS BOOK IS THE SEQUEL TO THE WEE FREE MEN. THIS BOOK IS STRANGER (SCARIER) THAN THE PREVIOUS ONE. THE FEEGLES ARE BACK, WITH SOME STRANGE TRICKS UP THEIR SLEEVES (KILTS?) ANYWAY…

 

 

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I DON’T KNOW HOW TO RATE THIS, SO YOU TELL ME (FOR THE WEE FREE MEN TOO)

Book of the Week

 Wee Free Men

by          Terry Pratchett (my favourite)

ages:     9/10+ (plus as in till you’re so blind you can’t read, my entire family reads it)

I recommend first listening to this on Audible (narrated by Stephen Briggs), as some of the some of the vocabulary is had to understand/pronounce in its written form. I first listened to this when I was nine (two years ago), and loved it. since then I have listened and read it many times. There is some magic (in case it creeps you out) and one or two scary parts, but most off the time you will be laughing to much you won’t be able to hear what is going on over the laughter. Believe it or not,i would just about give it a ten out of ten!

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