As we approach the end of the year, it’s a natural time to look back and reflect upon our reading in 2018 and consider what we most enjoyed and what we would recommend to our friends, colleagues and classmates.
So… what would the members of the LLP team recommend?
Refuge- Anne Booth and Sam Usher (3+)
John Grisham- Camino Island (grown up read)
Alice- Cultural Education Coordinator
Days Without End- Sebastian Barry (grown up read)
Nicola- Admin Assistant
Mortal Engines- Philip Reeve (10+)
Jenny- Reading Coordinator
The Right One- Violeta Noy (picture book)
The ‘Lockwood and Co’ series (10+)
Long Way Down- Jason Reynolds, illustrated by Chris Priestley (13+)
Grief is the Thing with Feathers- Max Porter (grown up read)
So… what have some of the pupils of Liverpool schools been reading this year and what would they recommend?
Pleasant St Primary School
The Nowhere Emporium- Ross MacKenzie
A Story Like The Wind- Gill Lewis
Ultimate Football Heroes- Matt and Tom Oldfield
There’s A Yeti in the Playground- Pamela Butchart
St Julie’s High School- Reading Ambassadors
Moxie- Jennifer Mathieu
Wonder- RJ Palacio
Goodnight Mr Tom- Michelle Magorian
Blue Exorcist- Kazue Kato
Dorothy Must Die- Danielle Paige
Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda- Becky Albertalli
The Midnight Gang- David Walliams
Reflection: A Twisted Tale- Elizabeth Lim
What have the pupils at your school been reading in 2018? What books would they recommend to their peers?