Tell me – what should I read next???

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  1. Ella says:

    Oops. …I didn’t finish..as I was saying I think you should read any of the Peter James books, mummy says they’re really good. I’m looking forward to hopefully seeing you back at school. From Ella x

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  2. maisie g says:

    Miss T, you have helped me read things i’d never thought i’d read, so thank you so much and good luck in your new job!

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    1. vteubler says:

      That’s very kind of you Maisie. Thank you

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  3. Ella says:

    I recommend that you try reading ‘girl online’ by the famous Zoella Sugg.
    This book absoloutly blew me away and I think it will blow you away too.
    Its about a 15 year old girl called Penny who basically embarrasses herself everywhere she goes. At a school play she took pictures of the ending and because she was wearing a very short skirt she showed her knickers and now her ‘best friend’ Megan posted it on YouTube. Not only that, but her biggest crush Ollie was hanging out with Megan and Penny thinks that he likes her.

    Soon because Penny’s mum works as a wedding person who organises the venues, they find themselves in New York. While Penny’s mum sets up the downtown Abby thenw , Penny decides that she wanta to explore the venue a bit more. She enters a hall and a mysterious shadow of a teenage boy playing a guitar appears. Penny makes friends with this boy whos name is Noah. They spend a lot of time together and soon Penny finds herself falling inlove with him and she thinks that he feels the same way too. Penny’s Next door Neighbour BFF Elliot came with them too and is starting to feel jealous of Penny and Noah. Can Penny still be best friends with Elliot if she is in love with a boy?

    After spending a wonderful Christmas with Noah and his family, Penny arrives back in the UK. Ollie, her no longer crush, came round and tells Penny that he recognises Noah from somewhere. He tells her that he is a famous music player in NYC and if you thought that was bad enough apparently he has a girlfriend!!! Penny can’t bwleive her ears. How could Noah do this to her? Why could he do this to her after all they’ve been through? But Its not what you think its all a bizarre misunderstanding….

    This book is a wonderful romantic diary of a penny (bet you guesed that already) even though this book does have a couple of swear words its still AWESOME!!!

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    1. vteubler says:

      Wow! What a recommendation! I’ll have to check it out at some point.
      I know you and your mum share books and she knows what you’re reading, but to others reading this, always make sure that you check with an adult before buying a book. Nowadays books for teens will often have it written on the back, sometimes with an age rating. Libraries and book shops divide up their sections into age ranges, but places like supermarkets (where I sometimes buy books as they are very cheap) don’t necessarily make it obvious which books are for primary/secondary ages.

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  4. Ella says:

    I totally understand what you’re saying. But I have seen several children in year 5 and our class reading it so I know its not for teens only for older children about 10\11.

    Very exciting news: my older half sister has had her baby! She was expected in March so is 2 months early weighing at 4pounds something – a very tiny baby. I’m now an auntie of 7 little children and my older sister is now a mother of 5 – poor her!
    I know that in the weekend my mum and I are going to see her!!!! I wish I could show you a picture but I guess you’ll have to imagine her. I thought getting Tilly was awesome and now having a new niece is even better (I still love my dog just as much) my oldest nephew just told me on the phone that he is very excited about the new baby. He went a bit like this ‘it will be exciting but it means that the baby will be annoying because it will cry and I will need to help mummy because I’m a big boy!’
    Xxx

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  5. Sophie says:

    I recommend that you read the Jack Russell dog detective series. Ever since I was little my Dad has read the books to me and we never get bored (he still reads them to me now!) They are about a dog called Jack who is a Jack Russell and he goes around places with his owner Sarge who is a police man. He likes to think of himself as a detective, so he makes nose maps all the time so he knows whats happening or happened recently. They are only little books and they don’t take long to read but they are one of my favourites. And I’m sure when I’m older they will bring back memories of when I my Dad and I.

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    1. vteubler says:

      How lovely that you and your Dad have something so special that you share!

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  6. Sophie says:

    Also I have got my Mum into reading too? Well actually you kind of did because if you hadn’t been my teacher then I wouldn’t read as much as I do now. Thank you.

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    1. vteubler says:

      That’s great! It is contagious! Just got to find the right books that ‘click’ and you’re away! What have you managed to get Mum into? What are you reading at the moment? I’m reading a book that Finn recommended called ‘Dartmouth’ which I’m loving. Will review as soon as I’ve finished.

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      1. Sophie says:

        I have got her into Michael Morpurgo. She told me that she wanted to start reading so I had a look at my bookshelves and saw The Butterfly Lion. I decided that was the right one for her and she read it and loved it! My Dad is reading it now too! It isn’t a girly book though, as it sounds. I think it is a great book for everyone. You should read it if you haven’t already. I’m going to go to Waterstones soon to spend a book voucher that my Dad is giving me and I’m hoping to find a Michael Morpurgo book to read. Hopefully it will apeal to my Mum and Dad aswell. Also my Mum said you looked stunning in your wedding dress! And so did I.

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      2. vteubler says:

        I have, it’s a lovely story. Have you read Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo? If not, I’d recommend that one. It’s one of my favourites 📖💜

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  7. Sophie says:

    I haven’t read Private Peaceful, but I will have a look around for it. Or maybe it will be in Waterstones. I have just finished the new Diary of a Wimpy kid book and I am now reading Matilda. I will tell you what I thought of it when I finish it.

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    1. Ella says:

      Private peaceful is amazing but really sad.

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  8. Sophie says:

    If you have not read the Famous Five I would recommend you give it ago. I have got up to the sixth book and I have loved every single one of them! They are about a group of four people and a dog (the famous five) who meet up together every holidays and stay together. Sometimes they stay at Kirren Cottage or Kirren island. Or they stay at Julian’s house. And sometimes they go on holiday.

    There are always new people that come and go in the books, but the five always stay the same. It’s all about solving mysteries and the discoveries the five make. Georges Dad is a scientist and is a very short tempered man who dislikes loud children who meddle with his experiments. So far in the book that I am reading George’s Dad is doing experiments on Kirren island, but George isn’t happy because it’s her island! Her Dad has found a hiding place on the island that the five don’t know about but he won’t tell them where it is. The five are all very confused and annoyed about it all.

    That is where I have got up to and I can’t wait to find out what happens next. I will carry it on tonight and have a break from Matilda. You should definatly try them, they are amazing.

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  9. Sophie says:

    If you have not read the book Christopher Mouse I would recommend you give it a go. It is a book about a mouse called Christopher who is born in a pet shop. He lives a normal happy life until his Mum thinks it’s time that him and his brothers and sisters new what was going to happen to them. She tells them they will be sent to a pet shop or a laboratory. She tells them about what happens at each place.

    Later on in the book Christopher ends up living in a little boys bedroom. He loves it there but then the boy sells him. Christopher doesn’t like his new owner so he decides to escape. He ends up at a museum and has to find food, water and a place to sleep safely. Overall I think it is a really good book. I have read it a couple of times now and both times I found it just as gripping.

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    1. vteubler says:

      Aw it sounds like emotional roller coaster! I’ll put it on my wish list.

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    2. Ella, year 6 says:

      It sounds a lot like born to run by michael morpurgo.

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  10. Sophie says:

    I went to Waterstones this morning and bought Wonder by R.J. Palacio with a book voucher.. As many people including you have recommend as a very good book. I can’t wait to start reading it! I was going to get Private Peaceful but they didn’t have it in stock. I didn’t spend it all though because I’m going to go back soon to see if they have it.

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