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Review: The Knife of Never Letting Go – by Patrick Ness

Synopsis: Imagine you’re the only boy in a town of men. And you can hear everything they think. And they can hear everything you think. 433 more words

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The King of The Forest (8)

The children were hanging on for dear life as Claudia charged through the forest by now at pretty much her full speed, the two older children were hanging on as best they could but also trying to to keep there wildly bouncing younger companions from flying off into the forest. 572 more words

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BOOKTOBERFEST GUEST BLOG: Once a Shepherd backstory... by Glenda Millard

In 2005 I was awarded a May Gibbs Fellowship and as a result was given a month’s use of a studio in Adelaide, South Australia. My main objective was to begin work on a new book. 740 more words

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Fun Friday Reads: The Mutts Diaries by Patrick McDonnell (Amp! Comics for Kids)

My Rating: 5 Stars
My Review Summary: Hugs and Humor – An Unbeatable Pairing

Genre: Children’s Fiction, Comics and Graphic
Copy received from Andrews McMeel Publishing via NetGalley… 247 more words

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The Boundless - Kenneth Oppel

If you love adventure, this book has it all. Trains, Sasquatch, circus and murder! It is 1888, and teenage Will Everett is aboard The Boundless, the greatest train ever built, on its maiden voyage across Canada. 94 more words

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Sculpture by the Sea

A little off topic, but I wondered into the world of art, and more specifically sculptures last night when I attended the preview of the Sculptue by the Sea exhibition in Bondi. 286 more words

Archer and the Dragon Balloon

This is the opening part of the second story of the Archer, a juvenile fiction series for children aged 7-11. The escapees from the wizard’s tower have jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire (or “out of the balloon and into the tree”). 816 more words

Children's Fiction