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You can pick up delicious pastizzi pastries filled with peas or ricotta from the vans near the gates of Valletta, or eat at your leisure at a table outside the legendary Caffe Cordina.
HI Kelly, I think you write from your heart. I have had a great love of pirates since I was a boy growing up on the eastern shores of Canada.
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I write just about every day and love it. Thank you for sharing your talent! Sincerely, Pete. Oh thank you, Peter, for your lovely words and for taking the time to comment. Lucky you, spending so much time in Malta — it remains one of my favourite places on earth. Always fascinating, and you are surrounded by its remarkable past on every corner. Hope you have a wonderful time, writing and exploring.
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A pirate quest: Malta | Kelly Gardiner
I came to Malta in search of pirates. Now, after years of writing, researching, rewriting and imagining, I have to see for myself. It takes a while to adjust. But enough of knights and palaces. I have pirate work to do. My guide, Adrian, and driver, Tony, take a while to get into the swing of the pirate thing. All that, and pirates too. Getting around: The bus system is simple to master, and connects with inter-island ferries to Gozo.
Money and shopping: Malta has its own currency lira but many shops accept Euros. Like this: Like Loading What do you think? White An entertaining fantasy adventure set in medieval England following the life of King Arthur. A great book for pupils interested in history. Raptor by Paul Zindel In a world of mutant dinosaurs in Utah, Zach tries to find which dinosaur infected him with reptilian blood. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins One person from each district in the country is selected to fight to the death in a reality TV lottery.
Katniss vows to win. A more mature series of novels for year 7 pupils to get hooked on. Pig Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman 13 year old Cameron is dying and his only hope is a heart transplant. A great book to promote debate and consider ethics in Year 7. Framed by Frank Cottrell Boyce Framed tells the story of how paintings moved from the National Gallery in London to a cave in North Wales alter the lives of the village folk, especially Dylan.
When the child crawls to a graveyard nearby, Mr and Mrs Owens, both ghosts, decide to bring him up. The Garbage King by Elizabeth Laird Mamo is from a very poor family where everyone has died except for him and his sister, Tiggist. Then a slave trader, who claims to be his uncle, kidnaps Mamo… Wonder by R. J Palacio Augie wants to be like every other ten year old.
But whenever anyone looks at him they treat him differently because of a terrible facial abnormality. Perfect to provoke discussion in Year 7 book clubs. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan Percy is a twelve-year-old boy who has been expelled from every school he has ever attended. When his class takes a field trip to the art gallery his Maths teacher Mrs Dodds attacks him. The Box of Delights by John Masefield In this classic fantasy novel, Kay Harker receives a box from an old man called Cole which has magic powers, letting him shrink, fly and travel back in time.
But Cole is followed… A more challenging novel for children in Year 7. Can he survive the cold, the work and the lead dog Spitz? A more challenging book for pupils to study in year 7. Each chapter brings the reader closer to the present. An ideal class study option for Year 7 pupils. But no-one knows that she is the real author of the deathly stories.
A Rag, a Bone and a Hank of Hair by Nicholas Fisk Set in the future when the birth rate has dropped after a nuclear disaster, the human race has started recycling people. Easy to read, this book has a stunning and unexpected ending and is ideal for reluctant readers and fans of the The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner.
A more challenging read for pupils in Year 7. Try our Books for Year 6 reading list for the less able reader. Have a look at our Books for Year 8 reading list for the more able reader. Follow schoolreading on twitter.