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1. Did you like the story? Why/why not?

2. What was you favourite part of the story?

3. Why does Mr Stink smell so bad?

4. Can you think of other words to describe pleasant or unpleasant smells?

5. Chloe's little sister Annabelle is described as 'poisonous'. What does this mean?

6. Chloe has lots of questions for Mr. Stink at the beginning of the story. Can you think of some more that you would like to ask him?

7. Chloe writes a story about a girl to is sent to a school where all the teachers are secretly vampires. Could you think what might happen at the end of this story?

8. Chloe's mum makes a list of policies that she would set if she were to become a Member of Parliament. What policies would you set to improve things where you live?

9. Imagine the telephone conversation between the Prime Minster and Mr. Stink. What might they say to each other?

10. Look at the illustrations and draw your own picture of Mr. Stink.

Storytime: Chris Riddell reads Once Upon a Wild Wood

Former Waterstones Children's Laureate and BookTrust ambassador Chris Riddell is here to read his brilliant picture book Once Upon a Wild Wood! Settle in and...

Ed Vere Reads us his latest book, Grumpy Frog

The award winning author and illustrator, Ed Vere reads an extract from his latest book, Grumpy Frog.

If You're Happy and You Know It

Bookstart animation of the well-known rhyme with sung voiceover

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Chapter 5, Back on this Side of the Door

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Here is Chapter 5, Back on this Side of the Door.
There are lots of questions being asked in this chapter. Who would you believe if you were Peter or Susan? Would you go talk to the Professor too? What would you tell him?
What adventure will they go on now they are in the wardrobe again?

 
This week, with your grow ups permission, we would like you to join the eLibrary. 
 
Click the link below to join the Library - If you are having issues with joining please contact 

 

libraryenquiries@leeds.go.uk  or phone  0113 378 5005
 
 
You can use your library card to browse and borrow from the collection of eBooks and eAudio books. They have added lots of new titles in eBook and eAudio format for children and young people which have unlimited downloads. 
 
Once you have joined and signed in you can browse and search for personal favourites, new releases or perhaps try a book one of your friends has recommended.
 
Browse using the link below to find an eBook you would love to read
 
If you prefer to listen to a story you can find an audio book to listen to here
 
Why not try some of these great books?  Send us a picture of what you chose. Happy reading!
 
                        

                

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Can you draw the flying train?

If you could go anywhere on a flying train...where would you go? Why? 

What would you do when you got there?

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WANTED! Ralphy Rabbit, Book Burgler by Emily MacKenzie

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I read this book yesterday and thought that you would love it. Join Julio (my rabbit) and I as we find out what Ralphy Rabbit, the Book Burglar gets up to. What a character Ralphy is! What do you think to him? We all know how important Libraries are and so I hope you enjoy this book and that you will sign up to the e-library so you can continue your love of reading, just like Raphy.
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