Click to go to photo galleries

Each year pupils from year six and year seven read five brilliant books. They write reviews, discuss the books, take part in quizzes and research authors. Pupils then vote on their favourite book and a winner is decided. By taking part in the award pupils gain confidence in reading, are introduced to a wide variety of quality literature, and have a lot of fun! Many primary and secondary schools take part in the Southwark Book Award together to assist with transition.

The award is free to take part in. Each school just needs to buy some copies of the shortlisted books. If you would like to take part in the award please contact organiser(аt)southwarkbookaward.org.uk

Cinzia on The Terrible Thing that Happened to Barnaby Brocket:

The reason I gave this book a 5/10 is because it is not just interesting but the author have came up with a brilliant idea to make a book about a boy that is not normal when he\'s family is very norma...

Read more...