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It can be difficult finding the time to read especially as a supply teacher. Do you read on your daily commute, just before bed or save it for the weekends?

If you are looking for your next read, look no further than the list our candidates have put together:

 

Have you read some of these already? Tell us what you think by emailing your comment along with your our star rating out of 5, and maybe another reading suggestion. Email Megan at mparsons@protocol-education.com.

 

Need some help choosing what to read? See what we thought:

Divergent by Veronica Roth

5 out of 5

“Divergent is the first book of futuristic trilogy set in the world where people are divided into different groups according to their abilities and virtues. On the 16th birthday everyone  has to make the  choice what group to join. However it does become problematic for Beatrice who is Divergent. Being Divergent means to be dangerous and all divergent should be destroyed.... Exciting book, I could not put it down!” – Maria, Resource Consultant, CanMan

 

Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything Book by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

3.5 out of 5

“Makes you look at things differently!” – Mike, Senior Resource Consultant, CanMan

 

Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin

3 out of 5

“The first entry of George R R Martin's 'A Song of Ice and Fire' series introduces the surprisingly believable world of Westeros, a kind of alternate-reality medieval Europe where the power struggles are coloured by the use of WMDs a few generations ago (in this case, dragons). What first appears to be a collection of clichéd fantasy tropes and character trajectories is rapidly undercut by the light and shade that is built into every character, and by the genuinely surprising twists and turns of the plot – if you've not seen the TV show beforehand, that is. The complexity of the series means that things hit the skids a little in later books, but it's worth getting involved for the page-turning ride the first few volumes represent.” – Ricky, Marketing Design Executive

 

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

3.5 out of 5

“Compelling, Tense thriller!” – Jaime, Managing Consultant, Chelmsford

 

The Help by Kathryn Stockett

5 out of 5

“Eye opening about the American South, historically; and a captivating story the whole way through!” – Nicole, International Candidate Coordinator

 

The Hobbit

3 out of 5

“I was 14 when I started trying to read The Hobbit, took ages to get into.” – Hattie, Accounts Assistant

 

The Hunger Games

5 out of 5

“Guilty pleasure.” – Hattie, Accounts Assistant

 

Winnie-the-Pooh by A.A.Milne illustrated by E.H.Shepard

4 out of 5

“Childhood memories.” – Mike, Senior Resource Consultant, CanMan

 


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