Can you complete the Ultimate Reading Challenge?

Date: 24th Sep 2017 @ 1:08pm

 

To complete the task, you must read at least 6 nights a week and complete at least 1 activity a week on our exciting new reading blog! The best blogs will win a weekly prize. Also, once you have finished your school reading book, you will unlock an extra Golden Challenge and prize!

On top of all this, you can use the blog to recommend any good books that you have read to your friends!

As part of the challenge, you can use either your reading book or your library book.

Each time you read, your reading record must have been signed by an adult. You also need to jot down the dates of when you have completed the online task in your reading record.

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James E wrote:

I have read all of my book what is called the waythoo wormhole , I really liked this book because it was about that a pudding was stuck in the ship so they took forever to come back. The word that really confused me is exscla.

Valerie Orok wrote:

it sound interesting I wish I would be into a book with lots of nice information or funny charaters or settings James.

Alfie Doyle wrote:

I would like to read that it sounds entertaining,

Summer Holmes wrote:

This sounds interesting I would love to read it.

Grace H wrote:

I am reading the night of the ticklers and it's fiction. The characters are different because Katy skinner is very inquisitive and Mike Edwards is very scared. I am looking forward to the next chapter called aliens.

Faye Hall wrote:

I just finished that book grace it was very funny I loved it

Summer Holmes wrote:

I really whant to read it.

Euan B wrote:

I am reading 'Beware the Vikings' ,which is a graphic novel book and I chose challenge 5: I would like to ask Snorri ,who is a nine-year old viking boy, some questions.1) How did you feel when your father Thorfinn was banished? (2 How did you feel about how your father made you leave the island where you had made freinds with the young girl? (3 Do you think your father made the right choice taking back the cup and killing Olaf for being a theif? (4 Why did you take Ari's fur cloak and Grim's Grandfather's war horn? (5 Howv did you feel inbetween the 1 hour in which your father was thinking about whether he would return to your home village after the one of the elders council members said they needed your father and his freinds ?

Summer Holmes wrote:

I like this book.

Joseph L wrote:

I am reading a book called EVOLUTION. It explains how animals were created and how the world has changed from 4600 millions of years ago to now. I would highly recommend this book to who likes dinosaurs and the start of how humans lived.

1. Hinged joints is like a human elbow, which means they can run at lightning speed

2. The plates on a stegosaurus back were probably used for display or to help its body temperature. For display, they might have been able to change colourer to attract.

3.A Fruitfosser was the first mammal to take up digging and to eat only one type of food.

4.Hendos looks like a modern turtle, which also a reptile. It was hardly streamlined, but its hard shell protected it from predators.

5.Around 252 million years ago scorching lava, poisonous fumes and a giant meteor hit earth and wiped out 95% of all species.

Hayden Sanderson wrote:

This book sounds interesting.😀

Faye Hall wrote:

wow this books sounds extremely interesting with lots of facts would love to read it! :)

Summer Holmes wrote:

Great facts

Jessica B wrote:

i have been reading a book called Hannah the happy ever after fairy. which is about two girls who were reading popular tales like cinderella and realised that none of them ended in a happy and tremendous way. so them two and their fairy freind had to go out and solve what happened. In the end all the storys had ended happily ever after.

Jack T wrote:

I have chosen challenge C and my three questions to ask the diary and the wimpy kid characters are

1.Why do you right all your things you have done in a diary some might be able to steel it and read it.

2.Why do you put mean/funny things that have happened to other people in your diary

3.Why would you even want a diary when enough bad things have already happened in your life.You could catch people reading all that horrible stuff.

Faye H wrote:

I am reading Danny's secret fox I am up to chapter 2 it is really good so far it's about a fox that's going to his dad's work and eating his dad's cheese sandwich and Danny goes of on his own at night to go and find it.i have chosen challenge c I would like to ask Danny how he's not scared of the fox.why he likes the fox so much.why he disobeyed his parent by not telling them where he's going and going out of the fox.why the fox is so important to him.And finally is a fox his favourite animal because he's spending a lot of time with it and when his dad talks about it he's so infusiastic about it.i am very intrigued about the next chapter chapter 3 because it says Danny breaks his promise because he told the fox I promise not to tell anyone about you.the book is very good I would recommend it if you are looking for an interesting book.

Faye hall y5

Anna Whitehead wrote:

this book sounds great and I would love to read it.

Olivia-Martine C wrote:

I am doing Challange A.
1.I am reading the diary of a wimpy kid.
I haven't heard of the word 'postponing' before, my understanding of the word is to delay or put off till a later time.
2. Synonyms are delay, hold up and suspend.
Antonyms are forward, continue and hurry. By olivia calderbank

Joe H wrote:

I would recommend extrodinay animals to JJ because he loves animals.It gives you a lot of information about animals.I think the Komodo dragon is different from the frill necked lizard because the frill necked lizard is quite small and it's neck is puffed out. It's a very good book, I really enjoyed it!

Isabelle H wrote:

I have read a really interesting school book called Escape from COLDITZ and i have chose challenge H . In this book the colditz prisoners tried to escape to have freedom and to see family , most dug underground tunnels to try to escape and others tied materials together and tried to escape from the window . If you were a prisoner you might get delivered a music record and if you peeled the cd you might be given a thin map,money or important piece of paper . Some other people tried to dress as other people to try to escape . They got delivered small packages of food which was not really enough for the amount of people there and only got cheap , small meals in the package . They gathered chocolate to clean cloths and make fake uniforms .

Abigail Reid wrote:

I have also read this book in the past and I really enjoyed it. It looks like you have to Isabelle! :-)

Abigail R wrote:

At the moment, I am reading a book called Benny and Babe by Eoin Colfer. This book is about a boy called Benny, who goes to the Irish contryside over the summer, (a small village called Duncade to be presise) and plays a game called hurling with the locals. But he keeps getting tackled by a pixie called Babe Meara and her dog called Conger.
I think I will be doing challenge E in the fiction section:

How are Benny and Babe are different:

1. Babe is a pixie

2. Benny dosen't have a dog

3. Babe lives in Ireland

How Benny and Babe are the same:

1. They both like the Irish Game Hurling

2. They both like having a go at each other

3. They both try their best in their favourite game

When I first starting reading this book, I thought I couldn't get into it at the start. Now I think I am enjoing this book very much. I am looking forward to the next chapter called childish things. I would recomend this book to people who like the Irish contrieside. LOVE READING :-)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Joseph Lutman wrote:

WOW Abigail it seems like you enjoyed this book! After you didn't like it at first

Lucy C wrote:

I am reading the magic finger by Roald Dahl. I like this book because Mr and Mrs Greg get turned into birds. I would like to have a magic finger. This was a tremendous book and I would recommend reading it.
1. Have you ever put the magic finger on any of your friends before, if so why?
2. Did Mr Greg know that you had a magic finger?
I would rate this fabulous book a 10 out of 10.

Lucy Clayton, Year 5

Grace H wrote:

I have chosen challenge c and I would like to ask questions to the ticklers. My first question is:

Which planet have you come from?

2) How many Tickelers live on your planet?

3) Why have you chosen to take over puddlesford?

4) How many planets have you taken over?

5) Why do you have ten fingers on one hand?

6)Do you all live on different planets?

7) What do you want to take from puddlesford?

8) Why do you tickle people?

9) When do you plan to leave puddlesford?

10) What is your favourite thing to do on your planet and why?

11) How many brothers do you have?

12) How many sisters do you have?

13) Do you have any children?

Joseph Lutman wrote:

Grace it looks like you enjoyed that book because of your effort. Hope you enjoy your next book too.

Jessica Baxendale wrote:

you have done alot of work and well done because i would of never been able to do that ;)

Emily W wrote:

I like this book because it is a comic book it is called shocks and secrets.
I have chosen fiction challenge C:l would like to ask Violet
1) Why did your parents call you Violet?
2) Do you like your brother and sister?
3) Why do you have purple and pink hair?
4) Where are your parents?
5) How did you discover your power of strength?

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves or likes comics because it has lots of different comics by different authors. My two favourite comics are Little Cutie and Violet.

Lucy C wrote:

I have been reading The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl.
This book is about a girl who has a magic finger. When someone did something bad she pointed her magic finger at them and they changed into something else like a cat, a bird and other things.

Questions I would like to ask the girl are ...

1. Have you ever put the magic finger on any of your friends?
2. Do you like having the power of your magic finger?
3. When did you know that your finger was magic?

I really enjoyed reading this book, it was entertaining and comical. I would definitely recommend reading this book.

Jessica B wrote:

Book: The secret diary of Danny Grower
Challenge C: How did you feel when you found out that Kurt Gold was in your Nan's shed and why you felt that. How did Kurt Gold feel when he was dumped by his girlfriend. How did mum and dad feel when they found out about Marcies phone bill which was £173.20. Danny did you feel jealous when you got a card from Zach wishing you were their with him in movie Paradise. How do you think Marcie would act if she found out Kurt Gold was in the shed.
Challenge A: Broaden, horizons, logarithm, blather violation manuscript, international. I have enjoyed this book :)

Joseph Lutman wrote:

love to read that book

Joseph Lutman wrote:

love to read that book

Lucy C wrote:

We are reading the BFG by Roald Dahl. We have chosen challenge c on non fiction.This book is about an extremely, tall GIANT! and a little girl called Sophie.

Lucy’s favourite part!

My favourite part is where Sophie learns about the dream jars and also where the BFG talks weirdly.

Olivia’s favourite part!

My favourite part is when Sophie sees the Giant and said, “It isn’t a human.Or could it be.”And also when the BFG speaks higeldy-pigeldy and also VERY VERY

Freya S wrote:

I am doing a non fiction book. Challenge B
This book is about space and what they did in space I recommend this book too scientists, and people who enjoy space and planets. It has some interesting facts that I did not know. Also it has lots of space vocabulary and facts about planets.

Lucy C wrote:

I am reading the gangster granny by David Williams.I have chosen challenge c.Here are 5 questions that I would like to ask the boy.

1. Were you surprised when you saw your grandma kidnapping?
2. Did you have a favourite jewel?
3. Have you ever stole from your parents?
4. Has your grandma ever told you of for stealing even though she does it?
5. Has your grandma ever stole from you?

James E wrote:

I have read my first chapter of my new book called absolutely awful adults this is a very good book and I would recommend this book to anyone in St. Paul's . I have chosen challeng c.1. Why are you not letting people make friends when there cleaning up.2.Why are you being so strict to the nice children at your school.3.Why have you made this school when you are so strict.4. Why do you not let children paint or draw things at there break.5.Why are you being so nasty when all the parents are sending letters to you to talk about there children? I can't wait for the next chapter and also I love his book!!!!!!

Alfie Doyle wrote:

I would LOVE to read that book🤑

James Eades wrote:

Good on AJ

James Eades wrote:

Good on AJ

Jack T wrote:

These are my answers to my questions from the diary and the wimpy kid.

answer to question 1.Well I have a diary so I can remember the past of what I've done so I can have memories

answer to question 2.Ilike to note funny things that have happened to other people because I want to be able to look back at the past and have a laugh

answer to question 3.Well I want to fill as much horrible and weird stuff in my diary and I know a lot of bad things have happened in my life and in away that's good because I can have lots in my diary! Bet people wished it happened in their life :D

Jack T wrote:

I have read I book called 'THE MAGICIAN'S NEPHEW' by C.S.LEWIS I have read book 1 I cant wait to get on to the next one.The whole adventure begins when Digory and Polly find themselves in eccentric Uncle Andrew's secret study.But when Uncle Andrew tricks Polly into touching the magic ring,she vanishes into the other world.Digory aghast,and determines immediately to go in search of her.Not only dose he find Polly but together they listen to Aslan's song as he creates the enchanted world of Narnia,full of sun,trees,flowers,grass and animals.

Hayden S wrote:

I am doing challenge B.
I am reading a book called Mythical Beasts and Fabulous Monsters. I think that people who like to use their imagination would love this book because of the imaginative creatures in the stories. I also think my whole class would like it because it has Thesus and the Minator in it. I think that the class would enjoy reading it because we are learning about ancient Greece and this book has different Greek stories in it. The part I have found most exciting is when Ariadne was abandoned on an island. I will have to carry on reading to discover if she escapes...

Emily W wrote:

I am reading this book called The Island Of Adventure. I have chosen the fiction challenge D:
This book is not similar to the book l read last because the last book l read was by David Waliams and this one was by Enid Blyton. Enid Blyton always sticks to the text and never goes of subject but David Waliams some times does.

I have also chosen challenge G:

Philip is different than Joe from Billionare Boy because:

1. Philip lives on an island and Joe lives in a mansion.
2. Philip has a sister But Joe is an only child.

They are the same because:

1.They both have friends.
2.They both don't start with friends

As well l am doing challenge E:

Dinah is different than Jack because Jack has different couler hair.
They are the same because they both live in the same house.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes adventures or maybe even misteries.

Anna W wrote:

I am reading the worst which and I would like to ask Mildred...

Who is the best which at
controlling there broomstick ?
Do you like going cackles academy ?
Is your school scary ?
Is year 7 good ?
Is the playground big ?
Who is your favourite witch ?
Who is the meanest witch ?
Who is the sassiest witch ?
Is your cat cheeky ?
What would you like to do t

Anna W wrote:

I am reading the worst witch and I would like to ask Mildred...

Is the school big ?
Is the playground big ?
Is year 7 good ?
Who is your favourite witch ?
Who is the kindest witch ?
Who is the meanest witch ?
Who is the sassiest witch ?
Is Ethel mean ?
Is your favourite animal a cat ?

I have chosen challenge F because I would like to know what people would answer to these questions !!!

Freya S wrote:

book it called dog alert

its fiction challenge F

this book is about a girl called zoe and she is in a wheelchair but sill that dose not stop her when her parent decide to move to town she could not wait to go on adventures but when she was there she not to sure
when she went on her adventure that were I got up too it a very good book

the word that I was not sure on was unpredictable

after I look it up I think it means they can not be trusted on their own or you don't know what they are going to do here is some words that mean the same thing changeable LOVE THIS READING CHALLING you have got the ability to read and write about it at home

Freya Schofield wrote:

I have finished it now

Anna W wrote:

I reading the bridge beneath the lake I would like to ask sam...

why do your parents hate you?
why do you and your sister always argue?
why is your favourite place on a bridge?
why is your mum called the blood sucker?
why is there a swamp under-neigh the bridge?
is year 10 good?
what do you love most about your school?

I have chosen challenge C because I would like sam to answer my questions

Faye Hall wrote:

nice questions :)

Freya Schofield wrote:

Lot of questions well done

Hayden S wrote:

Ariadne didn't escape from the island as we all know. I've chosen challenge F. My 3 questions are:
1) How do you think Thesus felt when he came face to face with the beast?
2) How do you think Ariadne felt when she got left on the island?
3) If she could have left the island how do you think she would have got of the island?

Joseph L wrote:

I have now finished the book called Evolution and I really enjoyed it. I have chosen Challenge F, three questions for someone else to answer when they read this book. My questions are:
1. What is the difference between a hinged joint and a rotating joint?
2. What are the different eras covered by the book and which one do you find to be the best?
3. I liked to read about how the human form developed. What part of the book did you enjoy the most and why?

Joseph L

James Eades wrote:

What stage are you on I won't your book so bad.

James Eades wrote:

What stage are you on I like this book

Joseph Lutman wrote:

Hi James, I am on Stage 15

James Eades wrote:

Oh🙁😞☹️😡😦

John-Joseph S wrote:

I have been reading future transport by air and I have chosen challenge B. I think it should be for people who want to know about future tech, because it's showing how the planes are built. It also shows different types of plans and air blimps. The book also has pictures of what they'd look like. 😀

Joseph Lutman wrote:

is the book good? I want it

Faye H wrote:

i have finished Danny's secret fox at first I wasn't to sure about it but,now iv'e read the full story it was great he told his promise to the school bully and he said he was going to get his brother to kill it.but, the next day he told him he didn't even have a brother.Before he found out he didn't have a brother he hit the fox with stones because he didn't want it to come back and be shot.in the fourth chapter he found Scott helping a baby bird.In chapter 5 the fox was in fox was in danger it's home was under construction and a digger was going to a wall where its cub was.Scott went and help the cub because it was just about to hit the wall and then the builders they stopped for a break.

i have picked challenge E

i think Scott and Danny are the same because they both like animals and are caring towards them however there is some differences Scott is a bit different because he is mean to people but,Danny respects everyone

Joe H wrote:

I am reading under the volcano and I have chose callenge A the word that I don't know is Herculaneum however in the dictionary it said 'no definitions found'.so I googled it and it's a aincient town that was destroyed by the volcanic eruption.

Valerie O wrote:

I have read the book called the night of the tickler. This started out with two children in detention for giggling in assembly. I have chosen challenge g and Mick is very interested in science and Katy is adventurous

Abigail R wrote:

I am still reading the book called Benny and Babe. If you want to find what this book is about, read my other comment. I am enjoying the chapter childish things and I think I will be doing challenge C in the fiction section.

I will be asking 5 (or more) questions to the main character called Benny...

Q1. Why do you like the Irish sport hurling?

Q2. Do you always believe in your Granda's adventures?

Q3. Is your brother always annoying?

Q4. How did your mother get into poetry?

Q5. What do you like about Ireland?

Q6. Do you like doing anything else in Ireland?

Q7. How do you play hurling?

I maybe completing some more challenges soon. Feel free to reply to my comments if you wish.

Joe H wrote:

I am reading under the volcano and I have chosen challenge A the word that I don't know is pumice-it is a very light ,silver grey rock that is made when the lava cools and becomes solid.

Challenge H

I have also chose challenge H because it links to the book escape from Pompeii by Christina Ballit it's about some people who have witnessed th eruption of mount Vesuvius in AD 79.

James E wrote:

I have read my next chapter in my new book called absolutely awful adults.I have chosen challenge H.My question to ask you about this book is why have you sack mrs rattle when the children tricked her and Neville and the other girl had a plan on mrs rattle.And why didnt mrs ratlle sack you from being the headteacher.And why have decided to get tattoos when you was a teacher..I have got a very big chapter for the end so hopefully I will finish my book soon

Valerie O wrote:

I have chosen challenge I.

Katy Skinner I would describe her at the beginning, when she and Mike were at detention I would describe her as board and frustrated because she does not look entertained.

When Katy was tickled I don't think she enjoyed it, because she hammered the alien's wrists angrily.

When I saw Katy's face excitedly light up,as she saw the shooting star (silver round sphere were the aliens were in) she looked so hyper.

As Katy saw the invasion she looked like she and Mike were about to flee from Puddlesford.

When Katy had a idea, she seemed to be looking realved and so happy when she said Stoneface.

Marcus H wrote:

I have finished reading my fiction book called 'locked in'. In the beginning Mini gets her gizmo out and sees the start of the bad guy. It shows it in the book and it is a knight which is a bite with claws as weapons. The bite looks out everywhere for Team X. Mini looks for the code key and they only found the cell. Rex went into the prison and the bite captured Rex. Red shouts for help. They were worried and ran down to get him. The bite was behind a door and trapped Team X and Rex was chaned up mini Un did Rex Rex got angry and broke the door and turned small and they were free.

Marcus H wrote:

I have finished reading my fiction book called 'locked in'. In the beginning Mini gets her gizmo out and sees the start of the bad guy. It shows it in the book and it is a knight which is a bite with claws as weapons. The bite looks out everywhere for Team X. Mini looks for the code key and they only found the cell. Rex went into the prison and the bite captured Rex. Red shouts for help. They were worried and ran down to get him. The bite was behind a door and trapped Team X and Rex was chaned up mini Un did Rex Rex got angry and broke the door and turned small and they were free.

Isabelle H wrote:

I am reading a home book called Harry potter and the order of the phoenix a fiction book . It is a really historical with loads of magic and adventure and i have those challenge c for a fiction book .

Questions i would like to ask

I would like to ask Harry why he did not tell any teachers that professor Umbridge was basically tourchring him by making him write with a pen i must not tell lies which transferred on to harry's hand as a cut .

I would like to ask Cornelius Fudge why he hates professor Dumbledore so much .

I would like to ask Voldemort why he is still tries to kill harry when he might just get weak again and have to wait even longer to get his power back to full health .

I would like to ask the ministry of magic why they don't really believe about harry who told everyone Voldemort was back and they needed to defend them self's .

I would like to ask Hermione why she wants to be teached by harry so much because she is really clever and the only spell she does not know is the Dementer curse .

James E wrote:

I have read to page 32 and I have chosen challenge a the word that I'm stuck on is fortunately I have lucked on the dictionary website.The word means that you are very lucky and the synonyms are luckily hapilly thankfully.Hopefully all of the class will know what this word is.

James E wrote:

I have decided to read again because I love reading I'm choosing challenge H.Mr blatter is not a nice guy he isn't a nice teacher but Neville and the girl are the same together they are very intellagent and very sneaky on the dinner man.the dinner man is the same to mr blatter he is not a nice guy he does disgusting dinners for the children who look after the school and does it for no reason.I hope you like my quote.

Valerie O wrote:

I have chosen challenge C because their are things that don't make scense to me, so instead I will do 9.

I don't no in the story night of the ticklers at the star why it said zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?

It doesn't make sence why the alien's tickled the people in my story I read.

How does Katy's and Mike's Head teacher is miserable person because it says that he was strict because he didn't like children laughing in asembely's?

Which planet did the cheeky aliens come from?

Did the aliens take over other planets?

Why did the aliens have to come to earth?

How did the children feel when the aliens had been defeted?

Were the ticklers realated?

How did they come up with tickling?

On their planet what were the alien's doing before they tickled?

Why invaid Puddlesford why not Greece or Rhodes?

If the alien's had babies would they teach them how to tickle?

Do the aliens have cosins who hate tickling?

How did the aliens tickling other planets start?

Jessica B wrote:

Book: Cherry The Cake Fairy
Challenge C: How did Kirsty and Rachel feel when they had received the letter from the queen and king.Were you happy when you captured the goblin. Cherry how did you get into baking cakes. Kirsty what did you do for your birthday. How was the cake. Rachel did you enjoy the party . For all of you how was the king and queens party.
Challenge D: This book is similar to the book called Hannah The Happy Ever After Fairy because there both fairy books and two of the girls in that book is in this book.
Challenge E: Two of the girls in this book are quite similar because they both know the fairy's and their faces look the same and their the same age also they are different because one has black hair and one has blonde they have different parents and different lives.
Challenge I: Kirsty had thought of a good idea to get the goblin out of the cupboard she thought that if she changed the icing on the cake the goblin will come and stand on it if cherry shrunk him and the icing will be sticky she felt quite clever and happy because she thought of the idea and thought that it would work and it did.
Challenge H: Why was Jack Frost in prison and why did he want to steel the party bags.
I would recommend this book to a girl that believes in fairy's and magical things so i would ideally give this to Isla Shepard

Summer Holmes wrote:

Lots am amazed

Joe H wrote:

I am reading worlds worst children by David Williams I have chosen challenge C and E. I would like to ask dribbling Drew,

1. Why do you always fall asleep.

2. What did you think when you realised you had flooded the whole city.

3. What excites you about your character.

4. Where did you learn to play football.

5. Do you snore when you're asleep.

Challenge E

I would compare bertha the blubberer and Nigel nit boy. Nigel nit boy is different from bertha the blubberer because Nigel nit boy is a villain but she just moans.

Joe H wrote:

I am reading worlds worst children by David Williams I have chosen challenge C and E. I would like to ask dribbling Drew,

1. Why do you always fall asleep.

2. What did you think when you realised you had flooded the whole city.

3. What excites you about your character.

4. Where did you learn to play football.

5. Do you snore when you're asleep.

Challenge E

I would compare bertha the blubberer and Nigel nit boy. Nigel nit boy is different from bertha the blubberer because Nigel nit boy is a villain but she just moans.

Marcus H wrote:

I have a book called how to speak zombie it of course tells you how to speak zombie it has a speaking buton.

Marcus H wrote:

I have a book called minecraft blockopedia it tech people haw to make objects.

Marcus H wrote:

I have a book called doctor who store book 2007 it a cmick book that tells you how the doctor haw he was mayde.

Marcus H wrote:

I have a book called star wars the visual dictionary it tells you how to make start wars stuff.

Marcus H wrote:

I have a book called where,s the zombie it tells you how to find the zombie family and it will let you find the family.

Joseph L wrote:

I am reading The Worst Team in the World by Alan MacDonald. It is about football team that have lost 40 games in a row. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes football. I love football so am really enjoying the book. My questions are for Sean Slack, he is the meanest character in the story and is cruel to the Rejects Rovers. This is Challenge C.
1. Why did you leave the Rejects Rovers to play for the Eastley Dynamos and turn on their manager?
2. Why did you ring Steve Ryan from the Grimley Gazette to tell him about Rejects Rovers losing 40 games on the run?
3. Does it make you feel happy when you are horrible to Kevin's team mates?
4. Why do you think it is acceptable to treat people badly?
5. Why did you try to show Kevin up in front of his friends?
6. Why did you go into the Pavilion and destroy Rejects Rovers changing room and ruin Kevin's clothes?
7. Why do you play for Eastley Dynamos when you played for the best team (but now they are not)?
I am going to finish this book this weekend so I can do another blog.
Joseph L

Alice Hutchinson wrote:

it looks like you have worked hard and losing 40 games in a row wow the other teams must of been good . It looks like you reed a lot . Do you like reeding ?:]

Alice Hutchinson wrote:

it looks like you have worked hard and losing 40 games in a row wow the other teams must of been good . It looks like you reed a lot . Do you like reeding ?:]

Jessica Baxendale wrote:

You have done so many questions I would actually like to read this

Jessica Baxendale wrote:

You have done so many questions I would actually like to read this

Summer Holmes wrote:

You have done lots of questions well done😁

Isabelle H wrote:

I have read the first few chapters about a book called Matilda and its by Roald dahl and I am choosing challenge E . I am comparing Matilda to her malicious dad and what they don't have in common.

Matilda loves reading about books and especially adult ones with lots of adventure and her dad hates books so much he gets angry at the sight of one .

Her dad loves cheating on people who trust him and Matilda a 5 year old does'nt think cheating on people is good at all .

Matilda does not like T.V at all she would prefer to sit down and read a book however her dad would prefer to sit down in front of a T.V all day long .

Matilda's dad loves cars and so does her brother but Matilda is not really in to cars she uses her cleverness for a good use .

Joseph L wrote:

I have now finished the most exciting book ever. It is about the worst team in the world beating the best team in the world 3-2 with the main character Kevin scoring the winner. It had 94 pages and only took me 3 days to read it. I'm going to put all my effort into this so I can get one of the better prizes. I've chosen challenge D because there is another football book I read called Okay, Spanner You Win which is similar.

It is similar because there is a boy who is not very good at football and is a bit of a prankster and is silly. He has been picked for a massive game against Thornily United and they are losing 2-0 in the last 50 seconds to go and the best player assists him 3 times to make them win 3-2, scoring 3 in 30 seconds.

There is another book called Billy's Golden Boots and he is an amazing footballer. He was in the news twice and scores 10 against Hazelnut city wining 30-0. This is not similar because he is very good not rubbish and turns out amazing.

Joseph L

Alfie D wrote:

I am reading diary of a wimpy kid I think it is really funny and wird book. At the start Greg is just born and he wants to gets out so he just kicks his mums belly. In fact he loved being in his mums belly he was keep on doing backflips and having fun. And Greg and his family went to a restrauant called the cornys and there is a children's alley and it is so BAD they have food and it looks of barf. Every time someone went to the toilet the door won't shut so it just puts Greags big brother Rodrik and his lightel brother Manny wouldn't eat there food. The good thing about cornys is that Manny makes lots of friends in the ball pit. But the broblem is that Manny just hides in the ball pit.

Jessica B wrote:

Book: Big Giant Little Bear
Challenge A: Slumped meaning sit, lean or fall heavily and limply. Strode past of stride. Utterly completely, totally, absolutely, entirely, quite all together. Giantess a female giant. Slumped decline, deteriorate, plummet. Utterly through going, unqualified, unconditional. Giantess giant, Goliath, behemoth.
Challenge B: It makes me want to read on because they have captured a person and I want to know if he escapes or not
Challenge C: Were you happy when you finally escaped. How did you feel when the polar bear had to go. Did the bear ever get killed by a hunter did you get to see him again. Did it ever come back. Did you get another pet. Did the giant know his wife drowned.
Challenge D: I don't think this is similar to the last book I read because the other book I read was a comic and this is more adventurous.
Challenge E: The giant wife and husband are similar because their both giants and have the same house and children also their different because their different genders and look different.
Challenge F: I used the strategy from Challenge A and searched it on line

Jessica B wrote:

Book: Carly The School Fairy
Challenge A: Milling, Auditorium, Tunic, essential, clutched, medallion. Auditorium definition: A public building where an audience sits.Clutched definition: held by someone. Essential definition: you have got to have it, it is something very important. Milling definition: wandering about and going everywhere. Medallion definition: A large medal could be worn round the neck.

Challenge B: I like how they don't go straight into the problem. They have a starting paragraph and they find evidence of whats wrong. They have used very interesting words that explain fully how something looks or how someone says something.

Challenge C: How will you solve the problem. Are you still able to to do the spelling bee. Is Rachel and Kirsty good help. When you do these adventures do your parents ever wonder where you are? when doing these adventures is it fun?

Challenge D: This is not similar to the last book I read because, it was about nature. This is set in a humble school and a formidable tower.

Challenge E: The Goblins are quite the same because, they have the same boss, dress the same and look the same. They are different in not many ways but they do think differently and act differently.

Challenge F: The words I didn't understand were the words I had used in Challenge A my strategy was using a dictionary.

Challenge G: The main character in this book which is Carly is similar to a girl called Cherry in a different book because, they are both Fairies and have quite the same magic items. They are different because, they've got different colour hair and one wheres glasses.

Challenge H: why does Jack frost always want something from the fairies.

Challenge I: Carly is feeling worried if Jack Frost does anything bad because hes always up to no good.

Joseph L wrote:

I have just got this new book today called reach for the skies and finished it. It was about famous people who had disabilities, who overcame there challenges.
Book: Reach for the Skies
challenge: Challenge I fiction- challenges

Challenge I: Labour Party is one of the famous Parties in the UK.
O. B. E. means the Officer of the Order of the British Empire
M.B.E means Member of the British Empire
Diagnose means to find out what disease or condition someone has .
Incense means a burning substance.

Challenge H: Tanni Grey-Thompson was one of the world's best para-athletes having been born with spina bifida.

Junquan He was awarded Sportsman of the Year with a Disability in China in 2005

Marlon Shirley was abandoned at the age of 3, at the age of 5 he had an accident with a lawn mower and still won 2 golds, 1bronse and 2 silvers in the 100 m at the Paralympic Games.

Margaret Wilson was an outspoken Politian, Wilson very quickly climbed the ladder of New Zealand she only had one leg amputated after a battle with cancer.

David Blunkett was blind since birth, Blunkett was told at school that he would only ever get a low-paid, manual job .

Challenge D: I think there should be a section how those people overcome there challenges and how they battled through them.

I really enjoyed that book because it tells me about people and how they achieved there goals even with disabilities.

Joseph L



Joseph L wrote:

I got this book yesterday called Reach for the Skies and finished it. I have chose challenge I because there were some really important words. I really enjoyed this book because it told me interesting facts about people I didn't know about.
Book: Reach for the Skies
Challenge I: Labour Party is one of the Political Parties in the UK.
M.B.E. means Member of the Order of the British Empire.
O.B.E. means Officer of the Order of the British Empire.
Diagnose is to find out what disease or condition someone has.
Incense is a burning substance.

Challenge H: Steve Redgrave is one of the only 5 Olympians to 5 golds at consecutive Olympic Games suffering from dyslexia, Colitis and diabetes.

In 2002 Olympic gold medallist Lemieux got sixth top Ice Hockey player at the age of 17 years age he suffered from Hodgkin's disease a type of cancer.

Marlon Shirley was abandoned at the age of 3, at the age of 5 Shirley had an accident with a lawn mower having his left leg amputated.

Tanni Grey-Thompson is one of the worlds best having been born with spina bifida.

Blind since birth Blunkett was told at school he would only get a low paid manual job.

Challenge D: I think here should be a section in the book about how the people overcome there diseases and how they kept fit to battle through there diseases.

I really enjoyed this book I can't wait for my next book.

Joseph L

Joe H wrote:

I am reading raiders of the seas I have chosen challenge C and the questions I would like to ask Blackbeard are.

1. Why did you abandon Nicolas Bloom on a desert island?

2. Do you think you deserved the revenge at the end of the book?

3. Did you kill your last 40 members of your pirate crew?

3. Did you change your vicious personality?

4. Did you abandon Nick because you know he helped Roxanne escape?

5. Who is you favourite character in the story?

Summer H wrote:

I am reading fantastic Mr Fox and I am doing challenge c two write 5 questions

1. Bean why are you so skinny.

2. Boggis,Bunce and Bean why do the children sing when your near then.

3. Bean when did you go to find the house.

4. Mr Fox why did you and Mrs Fox diside to put your hole were the farmers can finde it.

5. Mr Fox why did you diside to go strate.

James E wrote:

I have started reading my new book I forgot what it's called but it's very interesting and it's about are topic Ancient Greece.I have chosen challenge c.Why have you got banned by watching the Greeks war.Why does everyone hate you when you haven't done anything wrong.And also do you like to live forever at Ancient Greece

Grace H wrote:

I have just finished the night of the ticklers, I would recommend this book to children my age because it's funny and easy to read.(challenge B)

Aliens = Mysterious creatures.
Invasion = Time to take over.
Stone face Watkins =The answer to all the problems
(Challenge G)

Joe H wrote:

I am reading the golden scarab and what happens is that a girl gets rescued because she's about to be captured By someone who killed Layla's parents. The princess takes her home. Meanwhile her dad is not getting much sleep because the priests of Amon disagree with who they should worship. They finally make a decision they apologies and give him a golden scarab as a present. Then the King feels sick and they think it's because ate to much fish. So while the King is in hospital his wife where's the ring and then she becomes sick. Then Layla becomes sick the doctors still think it's because of fish but then the princess and Layla find out that it's the ring (it's got poison in) I have chosen challenge C and the questions I would like to ask Layla are

1. Did you have any sister or brothers that the bandits killed?

2. What type of feeling was it when the golden scarab was put on you?

3. When the bandit said "she's my daughter" did you think they wet going to take you?

4. At the end of the story, the queen gives you a necklace what were your facial expressions?

5. At the end, you said I hope we're always going to be friends did you evere de friend each other?

Summer H wrote:

Challenge 5

1 John foster why does a carrot a cabege connect two never take a bath in the dark.

2 why does meeting on a plate is two do doing white never take a bath in the dark.

3. Why dose bubble gum to be doing with never take a bath in the dark.

4. Why is Christmas thank yous is to be doing with never take a bath in the dark.

5. Why is a wedding is to be doing in never take a bath in the dark.

Faye H wrote:

IF U ARE READING THE NIGHT OF THE TICKLERS DO NOT READ THIS!!!!!!

I have just finished the night of the ticklers it was a really funny book it was about how two kids called mike and Katy were giggling in assembly so they got detention after school they were on there way home when they see a shooting star heading towards them they seen it going to land in thought of them and it did but when it landed it wasn't a shooting star it was a Small ball and what came out of it was aliens they looked friendly but they weren't they went round the town and tickled everyone but because there teacher wasn't ticklerlish and did really long boring speeches so he went to the radio station and Made a really long speech that made all the aliens fall asleep.

I have chosen challenge c and I would like to ask the ticklers the questions.

Q1:why do u tickle people?

Q2:do u all live on the same planet?

Q3:are u all family?

Q4:what do u want from puddlesford?

Q5:why do u want to take over planets?

Summer H wrote:

The ghost in the washing michine challenge 5

1.Allan Ahlberg why dose blame is to to be with a monster in a washing machine.

2. Alan Priestley dose a superhero Mach withe the book.

3. Anon there was a young man called peat why is it short and it dose not Mach which this monster book.

4.dose a robot Mach with the book and it goes to the doctor Chris Whitby.

5.peter Dixon dose lovely hearts Mach with the book and it has haunted catel and snakes it dose not Mach

Joe H wrote:

I am reading 100 facts about extinct animals. In my homework I said how the Javan rhino was critically endangered and in the book it said about the Javan rhino. I would highly recommend this book to JJ seen as he loves animals. I have chosen challenge G.

1. Ages of ice-ice age

2. On the brink-critically endangered

3. Not quite extinct-not endangered

Faye H wrote:

Like a rock Albert tumbled off a cliff and landed on a cloud. Luckily He didn't fall through the white fluffy cloud, because the children of cloud land ( who loved visitors) but it didn't usually happen, said a spell to save him which was fumble gralley goggle ho hee or teetum waggle Bari Se nee or was it gargle giggle fiddle num Dee ? The children of cloud land were very kind and made him a bed on the cloud. Although it was nice in cloud land Albert missed his home. Daily Albert questioned himself "will I ever see my parents again and go back home" ?

Summer H wrote:

Reading spooky challenge to write five questions

1. Miss Jackson how old are the children.

2. Marge how many centuries has that house been there for.

3. Miss Jackson why do the kids have classes in the middle of the night.

4. Why did the teacher what to go there because it wasn't pland.

Summer H wrote:

The secret diary 5 questions

1 where did you hide your diary Danny.

2 Danny did your mum find your diary.

3 Danny where did you get your red book.

4.Danny did you find out a code.

4

Summer H wrote:

1 why did your parents didn't like smiling.

2 did your parents like talking to people a lot.

3 did your parents like sleeping

4 did your parents like laughing

5 did your parents like your friends

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