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Review: The Glass Bird Girl by Esme Kerr

“If we don’t get some results by the end of term we might decide you’re in the wrong job. I trust you’ve already pulled out of the play – the best servants remain invisible, and you weren’t sent to Knight’s Haddon to lark about onstage. 595 more words


Remembering A Legend

Enid Blyton-My Childhood Queen

At least one point in our lives must have come when we would have picked up an Enid Blyton book, be it Famous Five, Secret Seven or even Noddy. 184 more words


Bookshelf Tag

I’ll admit it. I’m struggling right now to find wonderful and positively uplifting posts to share with y’all right now. Although Polly is visiting once again, she’s taking a while to settle in. 1,581 more words

“A clown needn’t be the same out of the ring as he has to be when he’s in it. If you look at photographs of clowns when they’re just being ordinary men, they’ve got quite sad faces.” … 8 more words

7 Prolific Authors

As an author I am intrigued by how much other authors write. A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about the longest and shortest amount of time authors have taken to pen a novel. 447 more words


just 10 books....

I was tagged by Pratiba Rajesh  and Sonia Jose to post my 10 favorite books. In this list are books that have moved me, inspired me and helped me learn. 580 more words

Inspirational childhood books

In honour of International Literacy day, and in the same spirit as our Back to the Feature series, we Thumbies are listing our most inspirational childhood books, the ones that truly captured the imagination and brought pure unadulterated enjoyment for hours and hours. 467 more words

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