Molly Dunne has read Christy Brown's My Left Foot for her Transition Year Extended Essay, and writes-
I found the book really enjoyable and easy to read. To be honest I have no real knowledge about cerebral palsy and this book gave a really great insight into his life. There was no sugar coating - it was all real events from his life which in my opinion is very refreshing. My only complaint is that the book didn't include very many facts and I still feel that I have the same amount of information on cerebral palsy as I did when I started reading the book.
And Melchior de Preville read Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt's L'Enfant de Noé, which he calls 'brilliant':
It's a a really great book about antisemitism during the Second World War. I really enjoyed this book because the story is fantasic and a true event. There are two main characters, a father and an orphan, giving two different views of all the terrible crimes against Jewish people by the Nazis.