Mouse Noses on Toast by Daren King.

The book is about a mouse called Paul. He is allergic to cheese. My favourite chapter is called ‘Rowley Barker Hobbs’ because they all meet a dog called Rowley Barker Hobbs. He is a very happy dog.
At the end of the book Paul climbed a mountain made of cheddar. I really liked the book because it was very funny, even my Daddy was laughing.

READ IT!
By James age 7

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Gansta Granny by David Walliams

This book tells the story of how a boy and his Gangsta Granny tried to steal the crown jewels!

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I would recommend it for kids aged 8 and above. If you like Roald Dahl
books, give this book a try.

I liked it because it is funny and interesting  ( and a little bit sad
at the end). My favourite part was when they tried to steal the crown
jewels because you just don’t know what is going to happen

If you like this book David Walliams has also written Billionaire boy,
Ratburger and Mr Stink.

I hope you enjoy this book!

by Carys in Class 2

Croxley Library Visit

Year 2 walked to Croxley Green library. 

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Did you know it’s free to join?  You can borrow books and DVDs from ANY library in Hertfordshire!  We were amazed to find out that there was over 65,000 books there (but two thirds are out on loan!)

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If you are not a member, go along and sign up today!  they buy new books every month and even if they haven’t got a book that you want, they will order it especially for you!

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Miss Tustin’s recommended reading…

I loved Iris’s costume during Book Week but I didn’t know who she was meant to be…so she very kindly leant me the book for me to read.

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She was the ‘Saucepan Man’ from Enid Blyton’s book called ‘The Folk of the Faraway Tree’.  I really enjoyed reading this book as it was a funny, magical adventure story with some kind, unusual characters.  My favourite part was when the children locked the mean headteacher in the stock cupboard! 

“Come on an amazing adventure to the Enchanted Wood where you can climb the Faraway Tree and meet Moon-Face, Saucepan Man and Silky the fairy.There’s always a new land at the top of the Faraway Tree. Will it be the Land of Spells, the Land of Treats, or the Land of Do-As-You-Please? There’ll be adventures waiting, whatever happens!” 

I would recommend this book to both boys and girls and children of all ages.  I definitely want to read the rest of the books in the series!  Thank you Iris for sharing your book with me.

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