Well done for all the reading you have been doing in lockdown!
Here's a few more audio books to keep you going until the end of term.
I hope you enjoy them and I look forward to us being able to discuss them together when we can finally come back to school.
Kaspar, Prince of Cats by Michael Morpurgo
It's hard to pick a favourite Michael Morpurgo, but this is without a doubt one of my favourites. This is a great audio version and we are enjoying listening to it as our 'Bubble Book' in school.
A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison
Three magical objects with the power to change their fate.
On the mysterious, marsh-bound isle of Crowstone, three sisters – Betty, Fliss and Charlie – live imprisoned by a curse that has trapped their family for generations.
But each of the sisters holds a secret, three magical objects passed down to them, each with a different enchanted property: an old carpet bag, a nest of dolls and a gilt-framed mirror. Together they hope to use their inheritance to defeat the curse upon them.
When they encounter a stranger, a prisoner, who claims to hold secret knowledge about the curse he’s willing to trade – for a price – the sisters must decide who to trust and discover whether the objects they keep hold the key to their freedom or a path to unimaginable peril.
I've read 'The Thirteen Treasures' by Michelle Harrison and thoroughly enjoyed it. This book looks to be equally magically and I'm looking forward to listening to it!
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
I was lucky enough to watch Artemis Fowl on Disney Plus recently. I really enjoyed it.
This isn't the greatest audio-version in the world (sorry!) but I wanted to compare the book and the film and I'm enjoying listening to this story as I'm working. I hope you like it too. Happy listening!