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The Invention of Hugo Cabret

The Invention of Hugo Cabret is about a young boy named Hugo who lives in a clock in a train station in Paris. He takes care and oils the clocks, pretending to be his uncle so the train inspector doesn’t know about his whereabouts. Hugo is obsessed with the world of mechanics and often steals …

The King’s Nightingale

Its a really good story. I recommend it for readers aging from 12-17 years. My favourite part of the story was when Elowen was singing to her brother because he was dying. It was a very sad moment. My second favourite part was when Elowen got given the title as the King’s Nightingale because she …

payback

Payback

Payback is a mystery book and interesting twist on the classic Robin Hood, this team of foxes steal from the rich and give to the poor. They are a sensation online and when Tom gets recruited, he can’t help but bring trouble. The descriptions of the characters and setting of the are amazing. The theme …

Out of Hiding

This book is so convincing it tells the true story of Ruth Gruener who survived the Holocaust and moved to America as an immigrant. Ruth’s story is really inspirational and brave. This story will blow your mind by how strong girls can be. Ruth had to live through so much and we have no idea …

Beyond Belief

Beyond Belief is a half-fictitious novel based on World War 2. Set in Paris, the story follows a young boy Ruben who is hiding from the Nazis with his parents in their cellar. When too dangerous for them to stay, Ruben’s mum takes him to the Grand Mosque, to be looked after with many other …