100 Best Books

Date: 18th Sep 2015 @ 7:02am

Follow the link or open the file below then tell everyone which of the 100 Best Books:

  • you have already read,
  • was your favourite, 
  • you plan to read next.

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Alice Joyce Day wrote:

These are the books that I have already read,
. A bear called Paddington
. The BFJ
. Famous five
. The enchanted wood
.Diary of a wimpy kid
.Pippi Longstokings
. The worst witch
.Ballet shoes
.The Borrowers
. The lion the witch and the wardrobe
.Harry potter and the philosophers stone
.The story of Tracy Beaker
. The boy in striped pyjamas

Charlie wrote:

I have already read:
Each Peach Pear Plum
The Snowman
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
We are Going on a Bear Hunt
Charlotte's Web
The Bfg
Goodnight Mister Tom
The Hobbit
Harry Potter and The Philosopher Stone
Private Peaceful
The Lord of The Rings
The Hunger Games.

Books I want to read soon are:

Artamis Foul
Walter Ship Down

My Favorite Book out of these is... Good Night Mister Tom because I wasn't expecting it to be that good and there are lots of surprises in the brilliant book.

Holly wrote:

I have read

The magic finger
Secret kingdom

Emily Wedgwood wrote:

I have already read
Diary of a wimpy kid
Private peaceful
The story of Tracy beaker
The hunger games

My favourite is the hunger games because their is no boring bits and you can read it again and again and again

I plan to read the borrowers next

kymlynne wrote:

these are the books that i have read
.the farawway tree
the wishing chair
secret seven
famous five
opal plumstead
the BFG
the Borrowers
.diary of a wimpy kid
the hunger games mocking jay part 1
the hunger games catching fire
the hunger games
what katy did
harry potter and the philosopher stone
gangsta granny
grandpas great escape
billionare boy
hetty feather
the book of life
the jungle book
the dare game
little stars
five and counting

Kymlynne wrote:

Also Girl online
Goodbye for now
Numeracy science and literacy

kymlynne jean mcclew wrote:

and also forever by judy blume
lily alone
private peaceful
ballet shoes
the worst thing about my sister
lola rose
the illastrated mum
my sister jodie
vicky angel
double act
the bed and breakfast star
clean break
buried alive
little darlings
the cat mummy
dustbin baby
girls in tears
the butterfly club
the diamond girls
the tiger that went to tea
the bad wizard
jacky daydream
the monster story teller
the naughtiest girl
st clares 1 2 3 4 5 6
jaqueline wilsons second autobiography
malory towers 1 2 3 4 5 6
dork diaries

Kymlynne wrote:

I have also read the following
The best friend hand book
100 mile per hour dog
Lost and found
The walking dead
The three bears
Euston we have a problem
Nasa space guides
University challenge book
When the leaves fall

Kymlynne Jean McClew wrote:

The wall between us by me
Rat burger
Butterflies book
The animals encyclopedia
Fifty thousand facts
One thousand and one freaky cool facts
The Goth
Six hundred and fifteen thousand facts
Things to do before you turn eighteen
Make a good impression in high school 🏫
Absorbing moisture
101 science experiment's


Demon dentist
Tom gates and I plan to read boy in a dress

Hollie Mai Robinson wrote:

Dear zoo
Not now Bernard
The tiger who came for tea
The very hungry caterpillar
Diary of a wimpy kid

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