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    My year of books in review.

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    2015 my year of reading….Here you can see the stats for my goodreads profile. 195 ratings and 100 reviews written and 350 books in total that I either own or have borrowed from the library.

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    I have read so many amazing books this year. I have narrowed it down to my top three books here they are:Screen Shot 2016-01-01 at 1.02.03 pm

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    My side of the mountain is my absolute favourite book I have my own copy which I read again and again and again!

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    All of these books are the best. I wanted to give them all one hundred stars each!!!

    I can’t wait until I have read all of next years books as well!!! I will continue to update my books next year please join Goodreads and add me as a friend. I love to receive book recommendations.

    Must dash so many books to read so little time…..

    Happy reading and a Happy New Year to you all xxx



6 responses to “My year of books in review.” RSS icon

  • Great post Thomas. This year “listened” to over 150 audio books – goes to show you how much I travel these days, and how much I listen while walking. Don’t forget to set a goal for reading books on Goodreads for 2016.

  • Wow! That’s a lot of books! Which books would you recommend to read to children slightly younger than you? My class love reading and I would love to share a book you’ve recommended with them!

  • Happy New Year Gemma. I would recommend My Side of the Mountain because its about a boy who doesn’t enjoy city life and runs away from home and survives on his own learning lots of new skills in the process. I hope you class love it as much as me. I would also recommend any of the “my Story” books these fascinate me. Ithink its really interesting to learn about history and see how different life was.

  • Thomas we love how you get lost in a book for hours and hours!!

  • Thank you very much. I will find the book in our library and I start reading and will let you know how we get on. 🙂
    Happy New Year to you three xx

  • As a teacher, I should always proof read any messages! It was meant to say:

    I will find the book in our library and will start reading to my class. Xx

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