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Taking a break from his busy day, Mr Molland finds a comfortable spot to read an interactive, non-fiction book about the Stone Age. Interactive books such as pop-ups, lift the flaps or different texture books are a fantastic way to introduce your children to reading. But, as Mr Molland proves, you’re never too old for a pop up!
Amateur sleuth Mrs Larkins loves a good mystery story and this series is perfect for our KS2 children. Other mystery stories and collections include: The London Eye Mystery; The Sinclair Mysteries; and, for fans of a classic, The Famous Five.

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I really enjoyed London Eye Mystery which I “bought for James for when he’s older”.

For adult fans of comedy, Mrs Reith recommends the doctor’s diary - This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay. Use summer to catch up before his second book comes out this winter.
Miss Boland is a fan of fantasy novels and has escaped Maidenhead this summer to visit Middle Earth. If you don’t fancy tackling Tolkien’s classic, then why not escape to a different imaginary world? Wonderland, Oz or Narnia to name a few.Image attachment
Book worm, Miss Matthews, is using the summer to read some of her favourite picture books ready for her new Reception class. Illustrations often add extra meaning to the text which makes them thoroughly enjoyable to read. Why not read or reread one of your favourite picture books during the break?Image attachmentImage attachment
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