What are you reading for Summertime Reading Club?

It’s great to see so many Christchurch kids entering our Summertime Reading Club.  There are so many great books you can choose to read and all you have to do is read any 6 books to go in the draw to win awesome prizes.  We would love to know what you’ve been reading over the holidays and why you liked (or didn’t like) the books that you read.  You can leave a comment on this post and tell us all about the books you’ve been reading:

  • What’s your favourite book you’ve read in the holidays?
  • Why did you like this book so much (or why didn’t you like it)?
  • Who was your favourite character?
  • What was your favourite part of the book?
  • How many books have you read in the holidays?

If you don’t know what to read next check out our If You Like… book lists and our Holiday Reading Guide.

5 Responses so far

  1. 1

    The 6 books I’ve read so far are:

    The Hunger But Mainly Death Games by Bratniss Everclean
    Bad Moon Rising by Jonathan Maberry
    11/22/63 by Stephen King
    Lisey’s Story by Stephen King
    Cujo by Stephen King
    The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

    • 2

      zackids said,

      You obviously like your books scary Josiah. A really good series you should try is Invisible Fiends by Barry Hutchison, about a boy whose invisible friend comes back to try and kill him. The first book is called Mr Mumbles

      • 3

        Anonymous said,

        Haha, I’ll look for it, thanks for the heads up! It sounds a lot like Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz

  2. 4

    1. Favourite book: Bad Moon Rising
    2. Why: The writing style is absolutely amazing, and the characters are very beliavable. Especially when SPOILER: Mike tries to kill himself
    3. Favourite Character: Oren Morse (The Bone Man)
    4. Favourite Part of Book: The Red Wave
    5. I have read 6 books in the holidays.

  3. 5

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