Give a Book reviews

With schools temporarily closed, we’re reminded of the importance of reading and the joy it can bring.

Are you reading a book which you’d like to review? Is it an exciting adventure, a murky mystery or a fantastical tale?

We’re on the hunt for reviews written by young people aged 5 – 16 years to feature on our website and inspire others to get reading. Why not take some time this week to write a book review?

Send your review (300 words maximum), along with your name and age, to

March: Our book review of the week comes from Manchester Secondary PRU. Find out just how good The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon is below:

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time-Remi


•March: New week, new month and more new reviews! This weeks book review comes from another pupil at St Eanswythe’s. This weeks review caught our attention as it appealed to the teams admiration of our feline friends:


•February: The reviews just keep on coming! Have a read of this weeks review from Nightingale Community Academy. We chose this review to publish this week from the ‘Describe the book in one sentence’ section:


•February: We have been spoilt for choice so far with all the wonderful book reviews that have come in. Here is this weeks pick from Manchester Secondary PRU.

Book Review by Marley at MSPRU

Our first review of 2021 comes from a pupil at St Eanswythe’s School!

A big thank you to pupils at Manorfield School for our first reviews! Read them below:



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