In 2008, students were invited to fill in a “favourite book form”. Each form was a segment added to our bookworm on the library window. These books are recommended by your mates, they must be good!

Here is what our Bookworm says:
“Favourite books for boys aged 11 or 12 are:”
Paul Jenning’s Funniest Stories, by Paul Jennings – JEN
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, by J. K. Rowling – ROW
Piggity-Wiggity Jiggity Jig Neild, by Diana – NEI /P
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, by J. K. Rowling – ROW
The Thin Line, by V. R. Joseph – JOS
To the Max, by Mark Inglis – 796.6

“Favourite books for boys aged 13 and 14 are:”
Mort, by Terry Pratchett – PRA
The Navigator, by Eion McNamee – not yet in Maclic

Tomorrow When The War Began, by John Marsden – MAR
Holes, by Louis Sachar – SAC
101 Cool Science Experiments, by Glen Singleton – 507.8
Through the Rings, by Ruben Sanchez – 796.90
One Shot, by Lee Child – CHI

“Favourite books for boys aged 15 and older are:”
Murder in Orbit, by Bruce Colville – COL
Area 7, by Matthew Reilly – REI
Lord of Snow and Shadows, by Sarah Ash – Not yet in Maclic
Why Dick Fosbury Flopped, by Damian Farrow Justin Kemp – 796
Tenth man down, by Chris Ryan – RYA
Catch 22, by Joseph Heller – HEL

Hey! YOUR Favourite book is not listed?!. Send a comment to recommend your favourite book. You can even write why you like it (and please, mention your age).

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