Student Survey: What books do YOU enjoy reading?

We asked our students what books and authors they enjoyed reading.

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This is what they said:

2nd class enjoyed: Horrid Henry, Roald Dahl, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Rainbow Magic Series, The Tiara Club, The Horrible History Series, Captain Underpants and Horrible Henry books

3rd class enjoyed: Dick King Smith, Enid Blyton, David Williams, Roddy Doyle, JK Rowling, Roald Dahl, Beast Quest, Captain Underpants, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Bed and Breakfast Star, Judy Moody, Goosebumps, The Story of Tracey Beaker and Rainbow Fairy books

4th class enjoyed: Mr Bubblegum, Roald Dahl, Stink Series, Malory Towers, Harry Potter, Horrible Histories, Horrid Henry, Judy Moody, Artemis Fowl, Skulduggery, Young Sherlock Holmes, Lord of the Rings, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Beast Quest, Holes, Lizard of Oz and Lemony Snicket

5th class enjoyed: Tin Tin, Lola Rose, How to Train Your Dragon, Candyfloss, Football Academy, Percy Jackson, Jacqueline Wilson, John Boyne, Anthony Horowitz and Enid Blyton.

6th class enjoyed: The Adventures of Tin Tin, Artemis Fowl, Harry Potter, Alex Rider, Malory Towers, Skulduggery Pleasant, Rick Riordan, Anthony Horowitz, JK Rowling, Lemony Snicket and Derek Landy

As you can see some of the books and authors are very popular throughout the school.

It is good to read every day. Reading for at least twenty minutes at the end of each day is relaxing and fun. But it will also help your spelling, vocabulary, comprehension, writing style and imagination.

Be sure to read every day during the summer holiday

and beat the ‘Summer Slide’.

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