Bookworms is aimed at children in Years 4 to Year 6.  Every week we will suggest a great book to read and give you a ‘word of the week’ to enhance your vocabulary.


As it’s half term we’re recommending 2 great books for you to read, we hope you enjoy them!

Remember to check out our reading list below if you are a real bookworm, and want more suggestions.

The Fowl Twins, by Eoin Colfer


Myles and Beckett might be twins, but the two boys are very different. Beckett is blonde, messy and sulks whenever he has to wear clothes. Myles is impeccably neat, has an IQ of 170, and 3D prints a fresh suit every day – just like his older brother, Artemis Fowl.

A week after their eleventh birthday the twins are left in the care of house security system, NANNI, for a single night. In that time, they befriend a troll on the run from a nefarious nobleman and an interrogating nun both of whom need the magical creature for their own gain . . .

Prepare for an epic adventure in which The Fowl Twins and their new troll friend escape, get shot at, kidnapped, buried, arrested, threatened, killed (temporarily) . . . and discover that the strongest bond in the world is not the one forged by covalent electrons in adjacent atoms, but the one that exists between a pair of twins.

“It’s a wildly entertaining ride with all the high-adrenalin action, whip-smart dialogue, and ingenious gadgets you could hope for, filling something of a gap in the market.”


Megamonster, by David Walliams


Megamonster: the mega laugh-out-loud children's book by multi-million bestselling author David Walliams : Walliams, David, Ross, Tony: Books


On a volcanic island, in the middle of shark-infested waters, stands The Cruel School. The lessons are appalling, the school dinners are revolting and the teachers are terrifying, especially the mysterious Science teacher Doctor Doktur.

When Larker is sent to the school, she quickly realises something very odd is going on… something involving Doctor Doktur, a pair of strange spectacles, and a ‘Monsterfication Machine’. And ultimately she finds herself face to face with a real life Megamonster.

There seems to be no escape – but for Larker, nothing is impossible…

Another hilarious children’s book from No. 1 bestselling author David Walliams, illustrated by artistic genius, Tony Ross.




Here are 2 new words for you, see if you can use them in your writing this week!



[jep – er – dyze]

To expose to danger or risk



[in – kum – bunt]

The current holder of a position or office.


20 October 2021





Here’s a flavour of some of our publications produced during 2019-20: