Top 5 Books for Older Readers 2010

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Which of these books is the Best Book for Older Readers of 2010? Vote for your favourite and you could win a selection of these books.  Go to the Kids page to fill out an entry form to be in to win.

10 Responses so far

  1. 1

    christchurcheastbloggers said,

    i was so happy when one of my favourite books [ Little Darlings ] was on the top 5 older readers. im voting for little darlings!

    Neve Christchurch East School

  2. 2

    christchurcheastbloggers said,

    I think that The Very Very Bad Book by Andy Griffiths is the best. I also think that The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan.

    By Alan Hillary

  3. 3

    alex said,

    HEY ZAC I LOVE JACQUELINE WILSON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!HOPE I CAN WIN SOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    PLEASE ALEX:)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. 4

    juju said,

    Hey i love JACQUELINE WILSON too!!!!!!
    she is awesome!!!!!!!!!

  5. 5

    Rachel said,

    Jaqueline wilson is a very talented author! Her books are worth looking at!

  6. 6

    Rachel said,

    the very bad book is very funny,too!

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    juju said,

    the very bad book is the best book eevvverrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    the best story in it inky pinky ponkey!!!!!!!!!!

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    Rachel said,

    Oracle sounds like it would be worth having a peek at. I’ll definately have a look!

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    Juliette said,

    Hey the Red pyramid is awesome!!!!!!
    Yeah I think most book are awesome but these books are great!!!!!!
    I hope I can win a copy of little darlings

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    juliette said,

    I just finished little darlings and it was really good!
    I loved it!
    My fav charactor is Destiny.
    she is really talanted!
    I feel sorry for sunset!!!!
    i f you have no yonkies on what I am talking about then READ THE BOOK!!!
    I strongly recommend it to people aged between 8-14

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