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A Strange School

« Welcome to Star School »

Editions Didier – A book written by Michaela Morgan


The book

On the front cover, we can see three pupils and a person in front of the door. He’s wearing a cloak.

MT

There is a photo of two young pupils in a room of a castle.

They are frightened by a shade and the rumours of a mysterious person who is at school. In the foreground we can see a pupil  with a flashlight.

EG


The story

Level A1 -> A2

The story probably takes places in an English school in the XX century. There are six students, one headmaster, one teacher and a mysterious character. The pupils have their clothes stolen. Moreover Bruno has his biscuits stolen.

MT

The story is about several pupils who will live funny events and be scared.The story is about pupils who arrive in a new school. The story takes place in a school in England in modern times.

EG

The students’opinion

 

We appreciated this book because there is suspense and it is interesting.

MT

It is a very good book : the story is well told and there is a good suspense.

EG

Walking Dead

« What is Brian ? »

Editions Didier – A book written by Rupert Morgan


The book

 

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The story

Level A1 -> A2

The story takes place in England at a school and at Jenny and Jack’s house. They are brother and sister. Jack is 13 years old and Jenny is 14 years old. Jenny and Jack are students. They are English.

The problem is about a meteorite which has fallen not far from Jenny and Jack’s village. The day after, the animals and the humans are very strange and Brian has disappeared. Brian has disappeared from the beginning to the end of the story.

CP

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The students’opinion

I like the book because in the story, there is suspense and it is rather funny. Brian wants to eat brains….

CP

 I love this book because it is captivating and funny; but it is a pity that it ends this way.

QV

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