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Book Reviews and Music

 

YO IAM JAY
YOU SHOULD KNOW MY NAME
BECAUSE IAM IN THE HALL OF FAME
YEAH,YEAH
I DO NOT SUCK AT GAMES
I NEED THE RAIN
TO BE IN A FLAME
I GOT LIFTED UP BY A CRANE
AND THAT IS WHY YOU SHOULD KNOW MY NAME
EVERY TIME I SING I WISH I NEVER HAD TO RYME
TOO BAD BECAUSE THIS IS MY GAME
YEAH,YEAH
THAT IS WHY YOU SHOULD KNOW MY NAME
BYE,BYE WORLD

By Jayden year 5.

                   DO YOU LIKE BEASTS AND QUESTS?

THEN TRY BEAST QUEST!

Here is series one: Ferno the Fire Dragon, Sepron the Sea Serpant, Tagus the Horse-man, Nanook the Snow Monster and Epos the Flame Birdin

And in series two: Zeapha the Monster Squid, Claw the Giant Monkey, Soltra the Stone Charmer, Arachnid the Spider King and  Trillion the Three-headed Lion

And don’t  forget seres three… the Minotaur , Skor  the Winged Stallion , Narga  the Sea Monster ,  Kaymon the  Gorgon Hound ,  Tusk the Mighty Mammoth and  Sting the Scorpion-man!

By Ava in year 4

 SONGS OF THE YEAR

1.                      You Don’t Know Love (Olly Murs)

2.                      Shout Out to my Ex (Little Mix)

3.                      Rockabye (Clean Bandit)

4.                      7 Years (Lukas Graham)

5.                      Stiches (Shawn Mendes)

6.                      Can’t Stop the Feeling (Justin Timberlake)

7.                      Cake by the Ocean (DNCE)

8.                      NO (Megan Trainer)

9.                      After the After Party (Charli XCX)

10.              Touch (Little Mix)

Now go and enjoy yourself with these hits 😎😎😀😀😛😛😌😌!!

By:  Mollie & Elsie Year 5

Harry Potter

JK Rowling inspired her books to mind-seeing pages! You simply opened one and the story springs to life! She also came up with amazing phrases, such as ‘I sole simply swear that I am up to no good’ and many more! She wrote eight amazing Harry Potter books and I’m going to tell you their names:

1) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone

2) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

3) Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

4) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

5) Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix

6) Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

7) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

8) Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

I’ve read these stories and they didn’t only blow my socks off but it blew them away!

She wrote them in this most amazing way that I’m sure inspired most of her readers to write their own fantastic and best-selling books when they get older!

I bet she loved every bit of it, being in all that fun, seeing her own magical mind come up with these great ideas that stay - probably forever- they were that brilliant that this is what made me right this very thing! I have some names that I am just dying to tell you, some of the most frightening, the others the heroes, and these I’m sure that J.K Rowling will have remembered!

Dolores Umbrigde

Tom Riddle {Voldemort}

Albus Dumbledore

Fenrir Greyback

Remus Lupin

Sirius Black

Harry Potter

Severus Snape

Ron Weasley

Hermione Granger

Minerva Mcgonagell

Neville Longbottom

Colin Creevy

Arthur Weasley

Cedric Diggory

Rubus Hagrid

George Weasley

Fred Weasley

Molly Weasley

Barty Crouch

Gregory Goyle

Cornilious Fudge

Pamanda Patil

Rita Skeeter

Dean Thomas

Luna Lovegood

Barty Crouch Junior

Fleur Delicour

Lucius Malfoy

Narcissa Malfoy

Parvarti Patil

Draco Malfoy

Cho Chang

Nyphora Tonks

Viktor Krum

Gabrielle Delacour

Hedwig

Dudley Dursley

Peter Petigrew

Lily Potter

James Potter

Vermon Dursley

Pansy Parkinson

Ted Tonks

Dobby

Kreacher

Phineas Nigellus Black

Slughorn

Bellatrix Lestrange

Bill Weasley

Charlie Weasley

Crookshanks

Flitwick

Filch

Albus Potter

James Potter

Lilly Potter

Scorpius Malfoy

Delphi Riddle 

By Natasha, year 3.

Bored over Christmas?

Well read some books! There are loads out there but we have picked out a few out to recommend to you. We have asked some children about their favourite books.

1. Thomas recommends, Billionaire boy by David Walliams

2. Neve recommends One dog and His boy BY Eva Ibbotson

 3.  Sophie recommends Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J.K Rowling

4. Jessica recommends Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

5. Rosie recommends Slinky Malinky by Lynley Dodd

6. Anna Nelly and Maja recommend Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault

7. Logan recommends Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

8. Mrs Agar recommends The Enchanted Wood

9. Ruby recommends Ruby Ballerina and Alex recommends Elmer by David Mk

Let’s hear why these book worms recommended these books to us…

Fantastic Beasts is a book that is based on New York and the fantasies of the wizarding world.

Billionaire Boy is a very good book for kids under 12 years old. It is very humourous. It is about a boy called Spud and his father who runs his own loo paper company.

Natasha recommends Harry Potter because the book is really adventurous and fun. She would recommend it to children from seven to any age.

I reccomend wiz pop chocolate shop by Kate Saunders. I would recommend this book because it is about chocolate and is magical.  

BY Paige Year 5 and Ava Year 4