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T-Sticker Reads



In year 6, Free Read children are given the opportunity to become a T-Sticker reader.


T-Stickers are books for Young Teenagers so may contain:


*Graphic Violence

*Romantic Relationships

*Domestic Violence

*In-depth historical references (Holocaust, Slavery etc)

*Bad Language.


T-Stickers are a privilege for children who consistently show:

*Respect towards other students and adults in school

*Good role models

*Bring in PE kits, Homework, Signed Reading Diary etc…


T-Sticker readers are chosen during October for the year ahead.

The Best Medicine by Christine Hamill 


Things are going wrong for Philip Wright: detentions, broken specs, an English teacher who thinks he' a poet and a mother who's started acting weird. She no longer laughs at his jokes, cries a lot and bakes wholemeal buns. 


And then there's The Yeti, The Goddess, The Meerkats and Philip's best friend Ang. Oh, yes, and Mrs Chicuahua next door and her annoying mutt. Not to mention Philip's hero, a certain TV comedian... 



Catherine of Aragon by Alison Prince 


It's the year 1501. Eva has come to London from Spain in the retinue of her friend, Catherine of Aragon, who is to marry Arthur, the eldest son of King Henry VII.


But when Catherine meets Arthur's charismatic younger brother, Prince Harry, Eve watches the pair of them and wishes that princesses were free to follow the wishes of their hearts...




The Dead of Winter by Chris Priestley


Deep in the English countryside, there is a house which holds a terrible secret. Evil happened here and now madness lies behind every door. 


This house is Hawton Mere and it does not take kindly to strangers, This house is Michael Vyner's new home...


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Once by Morris Gleitzman


Once I escaped from an orphanage to find Mum and Dad. 

Once I saved a girl called Zelda from a burning house. 

Once I made a Nazi with toothache laugh. 

My name is Felix. This is my story. 



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Out of this World by Ali Sparkes


Ty Lewis is messing about in the woods when he stumbles upon something freaky-a glowing lump of rock or metal or something. Whatever it is, it gives him an amazing power. Which is cool at first, until Ty's new powers start attracting attention and soon he's being followed by two sinister agents who seem intent on 'collecting' him. 

But Ty has no intention of letting that happen. So now he's on the RUN... 


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The Bubble Boy by Stewart Foster 


Eleven-year-old Joe can't remember a life outside of his hospital room, with its beeping machines and view of London's rooftops. His condition means he's not allowed outside, not even for a moment and his few visitors risk bringing life-threatening germs inside his 'bubble'. 


But then someone enters his world and changes it forever. 




There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom by Louis Sachar


"Give me a dollar, or I'll spit on you." That's Bradley Chalkers for you. He tells lies. He picks fights with girls and the teachers say he has "serious behaviour problems".


No one likes him. Except Carla. She thinks Bradley is sensitive and generous and even enjoys his far-fetched stories. Carla knows that Bradley can change, if only he wasn't afraid to try.


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My Brother's Shadow by Tom Avery  


My name is Kaia. I'm frozen because of what happened. I'm trapped because of what I saw.


Can anyone help me to grow again?




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How to look for a lost dob by Ann. M. Martin


11-year-old Rose is autistic and struggles to understand her classmates. When her father gives her a stray dog, which she names Rain, the dog becomes her best friend, her anchor in a confusing world.


So when Rain goes missing during a storm, Rose refuses to stop looking for him...




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