New for Oct 2018

Our recommended reads for October 2018

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What you have to say about the library books you've been reading

Madeleine : our daughter's disappearance and the continuing search for her / McCann, Kate

Written by her mother Kate, this is an emotional account of the disappearance of and subsequent search for Madeleine McCann.

10 out of 10 stars - "kept me interested because it had good writing style and this wanted me to read more to find out what being done to find Madeleine"

Let's lose this teacher! / Stine, R. L.& Park, Trip - Series Rotten School; 8 

When Bernie's house mother, Mrs Heinie, takes a break from school, he is happy to see the back of her. When her replacement Mr Skruloose turns up, ordering everyone to 'drop down and give me ten', Bernie has to find a way of getting his old teacher back - at any cost.

10 out of 10 stars - "I like that there are two houses rotten house and nyce house and how they drive their teacher crazy in every way possible which leads there teacher to leave the school but backfires on them when they get a teacher they never wanted."

Leo rising : an original novel / by Paul Ruditis ; based on the hit TV series created by Constance M. Burge - Series Charmed

Having recently become mortal, Leo is having trouble finding his place in the world. Feeling useless following a demon attack, Leo goes out for a walk with the boys. While he's out, the surviving demons attack again, trapping the Charmed Ones and taking them to the Underworld.

5 out of 10 stars - "The best part in this book was when Leo summons his sons from the future.

Perfect money saving / Smita Talati.

'Perfect Money Saving' is the essential guide for anyone who wants to take control of their finances. Covering everything from home-made presents to cheaper mortgages, it gives step-by-step guidance on how to cut your costs without giving up the things you enjoy.

10 out of 10 stars -" Good books and has different tips about saving money"

Family break-up / Matt Whyman ; illustrated by Harry Venning - Series Wise guides

The 'Wise Guides' series provides teenagers with the knowledge and information needed to deal with particularly stressful experiences, offering help to young people when it feels as though their world may be falling apart.

10 out of 10 stars - It may be a wise guide but it has good writing style too and this is what kept me interested in this books has tips and good writing style.

The Hijab boutique / Michelle Khan.

Farah is given the assignment to bring in something representing her mother to talk about for International Woman's Day. What can her modest, humble mother possibly have that is worth sharing with her classmates?

5 out 10 stars - really liked this book. The best part was when they had to think about something unique and special about their mothers to talk about at school.

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Article posted on 11 September 2018

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