Add these to your list of favourite books – from a Director of 6th Form

Add these to your list of favourite books – from a Director of 6th Form

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Add these to your list of favourite books - Captain Corelli's Mandolin

We’re Talking Favourite Books

We asked three educators about what makes a book their favourite.  From how they find you to the emotions they evoke, we discover classic and contemporary recommendations that will send you on your next literary adventure.

Watch what Paul Bishop, Director of 6th Form at Saint Cecilia’s Church of England, says about his favourite book that cannot be knocked off its perch.

What would you say makes a book your favourite?


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