My Top 5 Favourite Books

Today I will be telling you about my top 5 favourite books and like my blog post about the Movies I will be rating them out of 10. Hopefully this will give you an idea of which book you should read next:

1. Murder Most Unladylike – Robin Stevens (10/10)

Two girls, Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong set up their very own secret detective agency at their boarding school Deepdean School for Girls. Then Hazel discovers their Science teacher, Miss Bell, lying dead in the Gym. She assumes it was a terrible accident – but when she and Daisy return five minutes later, the body is gone. Now Hazel and Daisy have not only have a murder to solve: they have to prove one happened in the first place.

2. The Spy Who Loved School Dinners – Pamela Butchart (10/10)

Izzy is really happy to have been put in charge of the new girl at school. Matilde is French, and Izzy and her friends can’t wait to show her their secret den, and to help her avoid school dinners. But Matilde LOVES school dinners and even has seconds! And that’s when they realise. Matilde is a spy and she has come to find out their secrets. They must stop her before it’s TOO LATE!!

3. Cogheart – Peter Bunzl (10/10)

With her friends – Robert, the clockmaker’s son, and Malkin, her mechanical fox – Lily is plunged into a murky and menacing world. Lily soon realises that everyone she thinks she can trust may be the very ones to break her heart…

4. Wreck This Journal – Keri Smith (9/10)

Even though this book is not a novel it is still one of my favourite books the whole idea of it is to wreck the journal, such as -poking holes through pages, adding photos and defacing them, painting with coffee, colouring outside the lines, and much more.

5. The Parent Agency – David Baddiel (9/10)

“I wish I had better parents!” Barry said, for the third time. Then suddenly the entire room started to shake…

Barry Bennett hates being called Barry. In fact it’s number 2 on the list of things he blames his parents for, along with 1 ‘being boring’ and 3 ‘always being tired’. But when he discovers a world, not far from this one, where parents don’t have children. In this world, children are allowed to choose their parents. For Barry, this idea seems like a dream come true. Only things turn out to be not quite that simple…