Mood Boosting Books

Last summer, the Reading Agency announced the Reading Well Shelf Help initiative designed to support the mental health needs of young people across the country....

Author Visit- Julian Sedgwick

This week, author Julian Sedgwick joined pupils at Litcham High for a visit organised in partnership between Norfolk School Library Service and the Young Norfolk...

Reading Well for Young People

As you may have seen recently, the Reading Agency launched the Shelf Help initiative designed to support the mental health needs of young people across...

How Well Do You Know William Shakespeare?

 April 23rd was the 400th anniversary of the death (and possibly birth) of England’s most famous playwright, William Shakespeare. In his lifetime Shakespeare wrote 37 plays and...

Carnegie shadowing begins…

The Carnegie shortlists were finally announced last month, with a broad range of themes (and THREE titles about lying!) and pupils at Litcham have already...

Shelf Talks- New Hosts!

We’re pleased to announce that pupils at Litcham School will be taking over the Shelf Talk blog, building on the legacy of working with...

Terraria game review by Frank in Year 7

In Terraria you have to dig, fight, build and craft as the world is at your fingertips. Also you can build cities, destroy bosses,...

Binweevils by Riley in Year 7

Binweevils is a game where you create a bug and you give it a name which is in the password where you sign in....
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Review: Horrid Henry’s Revenge

Author: Francesca Simon Review by Frank in Year 7 This is about a young boy called henry who wants to get revenge on his...
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Review: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Reviewed by Riley in 7T Author: J.K Rowling A teenage boy called Harry Potter is living with his Aunt and Uncle because he only just...

Welcome

Welcome to Shelf Talk, a site dedicated to the library and information needs of Norfolk’s young people, which is currently being maintained by students from Litcham School. Here you will find the latest news on what we have to offer you: book groups that will expand your reading horizons, heritage and Arts Award projects to unleash your creativity, a blog with book reviews to inspire your next big read, creative reading challenges and volunteering opportunities. We hope you enjoy exploring our site and we look forward to seeing you in your local library soon.

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