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Beth And Chrissi Do Kid-Lit 2016 - JANUARY READ - The Demon Headmaster by Gillian Cross

What’s it all about?:

Dinah moves in with the Hunter family and starts going to the same school as her foster-brothers Lloyd and Harvey. It’s not easy, as they seem to hate her, and school is really strange. 719 more words

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Beth and Chrissi Do Kid-Lit: The Demon Headmaster

How did I get it?:
I borrowed it from Beth!

Synopsis:

On Dinah’s first day at school she senses something is wrong. The kids work even during playtime, and are neat and behave well but what is the secret of the Headmaster’s control over them, and why are they afraid? 288 more words

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Beth and Chrissi Do Kid-Lit- The 2016 books are revealed!

2016 brings another year of Beth and Chrissi do Kid-Lit, which has been a fun feature on our blog! As usual, Beth and I have picked 6 books each. 123 more words

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Beth and Chrissi Do Kid-Lit 2015: The Round Up

1) What was your favourite Kid-Lit book of 2015 and why?

BETH: SUCH a tough choice. We had some super amazing titles this year. If I absolutely had to choose one it would be Goodnight Mister Tom which narrowly beats The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, one of my all-time favourites.  266 more words

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Beth and Chrissi Do Kid-Lit- The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson and The Olympians #1)

How did I get it?:
I borrowed it from Beth!

Synopsis:

Percy Jackson is a good kid, but he can’t seem to focus on his schoolwork or control his temper. 526 more words

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Beth and Chrissi Do Kid Lit- The Class That Went Wild

How did I get it?:
Beth bought it for me!

Synopsis:

Ever since Mrs Lloyd left to have a baby, Class 4L has been impossible! Teacher after teacher has left in tears as Sean and his gang have got rowdier and rowdier. 312 more words

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Beth and Chrissi do Kid-Lit - OCTOBER READ - Goodnight Mister Tom by Michelle Magorian

What’s it all about?:

The story is set during the Second World War, when Tom Oakley, an elderly and unsociable widower, finds himself with a young evacuee on his hands. 648 more words

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