Our latest book - The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd
Aunt Gloria and Salim are visiting Ted and Kat’s family in London. Salim is Ted and Kat’s cousin. He and his mother are leaving Manchester, England, and preparing to move to New York City. During their visit, Salim wants to ride the London Eye, the great Ferris wheel attraction in the heart of the city. A stranger approaches them offering one free ticket. Since Salim is visiting from elsewhere he is encouraged to accept the ticket. Ted and Kat watch Salim board the ride. After thirty minutes, the Ferris wheel stops and everyone steps off except Salim. He has disappeared. But how is this possible when he was sealed inside one of the pod-like compartments of the Eye?
Where could Salim be? We are all so excited to read on!
This term, we will be reading 'Malamander' written by Thomas Taylor.
In 5A, we are really enjoying following the adventures of Violet and Herbie so far!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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