Our last meeting today until after the summer holidays.
We read the blurb of the final shortlisted book for the LKS2 group. Excitement was evident and everyone wanted to start reading it.
First though, Leonora Bolt book reviews were written. A quick vote of hands as to which book the group liked best. It was a dead heat between The Shop of Impossible Ice Creams and Leonora Bolt: Secret Inventor.
This week’s activity was to create our very own Gods which the group loved.
They couldn’t wait to start reading Loki!
The next meeting for the LKS2 Leeds Book Awards will be in September.
This week, the Leeds Book Awards Club members welcomed newcomer Max to the club and read some of the book.
The also group invented their own impossible ice-creams; which ranged from spider flavour to chicken and broccoli (hopefully Curtis wasn’t made into ice-cream) to all the berries you could possibly think of!
Why not have a go at creating your own ice-cream too?
With five chapters read, the Leeds Book Awards Book Club met again. This week they had the opportunity to finish their front covers for their journals, discussed the story so far and to read some more of the book.
Take a look at how they got on.
Next week more chatter about impossible ice-creams and some bookmarks to make.
Miss Cooke and I attended The Leeds Book Awards Launch Party yesterday where they announced the shortlisted books for each category.
Next half-term children will be invited to participate in the awards. For any children not involved in school but would like to then public libraries will have a number of copies of each shortlisted title which can be borrowed.
For more information visit: www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/30997