With her awful secondhand uniform and stuck-up classmates, Binny’s new school is horrible. And life gets even worse when a storm damages the roof of her house, forcing Binny and her family to move to the countryside whilst it’s being fixed. Binny, her sensible older sister Clem and her rambunctious brother James (and his chickens) begin adjusting to life in the country. Then one of James’s beloved chickens vanishes and Binny finds strange footprints in the mud. What kind of creature is lurking in the undergrowth?
Hilary McKay Binny Keeps a Secret
Binny Keeps a Secret
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I thought this book was ok, but I felt a bit bad for Binny because in the story I don't think she had any friends but also I think this book is in the middle for me.
This book made me feel Sad, Curious, Amused
Chelsea2528( age 9 )
I thought this book was a great, detailed book. The main character was called Binny and she had hated her new school so she wished something could happen before the next morning of school; there roof blew off! They had to go and borrow a house from someone who's daughter was her worst enemy. After time, Claire and Binny realised they had both seen a lynx and because Claire's brother shot animals, they had to get the lynx away... The borrowed house has a link to the past, which helps Claire and Binny to solve the mystery and become friends.
This book made me feel Sad, Excited, Curious
Elodie4154( age 9 )