Year 6's Reading Adventures!

Date: 5th Oct 2016 @ 8:25am

Children tell me everyday that they don't have enough time to read their books! I've set myself a challenge to prove to you all that you can read anywhere and at any time! I've even recruited Miss Smith and Mrs Smith to help me out.

Keep checking back to see where I've managed to read next.
Why not comment and tell me where you've been reading your book this week? 
Do you know of a really good book? Why not recommend it to me when you see me around school or in the comments?

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Mrs Dunn wrote:

This looks very exciting Miss Finch. I'm looking forward to seeing where you end up reading next!


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