The Bookaneers is the 3rd to 6th Classes book club! All pupils are invited to read the monthly offering, and attend the book club to enjoy a fun discussion of that book. Bookaneers meet on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 12:05 - 12:30 in the 3rd/4th classroom.
March 2017 The Donut Diaries of Dermot Milligan
by Anthony McGowan
Our score: 82% from 11 members
Opinion: Absolutely hilarious!!!!!!!!!!
24th April 2017 The Accidental Secret Agent
by Tom McLaughlin
Our score: 97% from 16 members
Opinion: Action packed, a good page turner, hilarious!
30th May 2017 The Borrowers
by Mary Norton
Our Score: 82%
Opinion: A really interesting read, amazing characters! The old style of the book wasn't everyone's cup of tea, but it was still very popular!
24th October 2017
The London Eye Mystery
by Siobhan Dowd
Our score: 91%
Opinion: Really fun, interesting and mysterious book!
28th November 2017
The Puzzling World of Winston Breen
by Eric Berlin
Our Score: 100%
Opinion: a thrilling, funny, intriguing, entertaining, realistic and realistic read. Great mystery and puzzles to solve. We absolutely loved it!
30th January 2018
Murder Most Unladylike (book 1)
by Robin Stevens
Our Score: 82%
Opinion: this book gets mixed reviews. It has a good mystery worth solving, starts and ends really well. Some of us felt it drooped in the middle. It was worth a read all the same!
27th February 2018
by Andrew Clements
Our Score: 39%
Opinion: we really enjoyed the fun of the book but thought it could haven longer with more character development! A good read for younger children perhaps!
20th March 2018
Barry Loser - I Am Not a Loser!
By Jim Smith
Our Score: 27%
Opinion: We prefer a stronger story line, this book is more suitable for younger readers. Interesting characters that we would like to see developed more!
9th May 2018
The Twits by Roald Dahl - Junior group
Our Score: 91%
Opinion: Hugely entertaining book, such a funny story line to keep everyone enthralled! Great characters and interesting ideas!
June 2018 - Junior
Dog Man by Dav Pilkey
June 2018 - Senior
Private Peaceful by Michael Murpurgo