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Book of the Week - Heat of the Day by Elizabeth Bowen

This is one of the books that I have to do for one of my English modules this year. It’s set in wartime Britain, from about 1938 to 1942, and switches setting between Stella’s, the heroine, flat in London to an inherited home of her son Roderick’s in Ireland, called Mount Morris. 671 more words

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Book of the WEEK - Americanah, by C.N. Adichie


Well, hello again! This is an introduction to another new thing which I’m – hopefully – going to stick to writing every week. Book of the Week! 836 more words

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Recommended reads for the summer

Recommended for 0-6 year-olds:
Harry and the Monster
by Sue Mongredien

One night, a monster stomps into Harry’s dreams. The next day, Harry is scared to go to sleep. 260 more words

Hethersett Old Hall School

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By Lana Krumwiede

In the city of Deliverance everyone possesses a form of power called psi-the ability to move objects with your mind. Things start to change because of the choosing of the True Son. 124 more words


Book of the Week - Every Ugly Word

Hello gentle reader,

You may remember that in November 2013, I interviewed my friend Aimee L. Salter as she self-published her debut BREAKABLE. Today I’m delighted to share with you some fantastic news about Aimee’s book: it has been acquired by Alloy Entertainment and it’s being published TODAY with the new title EVERY UGLY WORD. 516 more words

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Book of the Week - Atopia

The Atopia Chronicles by Matthew Mather

What could be worse than letting billions die?

In the near future, to escape the crush and clutter of a packed and polluted Earth, the world’s elite flock to Atopia, an enormous corporate-owned artificial island in the Pacific Ocean. 71 more words

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Book of the Week

Sorry I haven’t been posting in awhile, it’s been a long holiday!

Here is my Book of the Week

Grounded by Kate Klise

After her brother, sister, and father die in a plane crash, Daralynn Oakland receives 237 dolls from well-wishers, resulting in her nickname: Dolly. 81 more words

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