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Indulging In Old Favorites

School has started, Labor Day is coming up, and Fall with its cooler temps and crisp air is right around the corner! For some of us, the end of Summer is something to be mourned, but for the rest of us, the end of Summer is a real celebration! 231 more words


Literature inspired by the Yorkshire moors

Earlier this week I listened to an Open Book programme on BBC Radio 4. It was an episode called Literary Landscapes: Ross Raisin and Yorkshire… 742 more words


Week 51: Come into the Garden, Maud. And Bring a Book

July seems to have whooshed by and the NorthernReader household has spent a pleasingly large amount of it outside in the garden. When we came here a little under two years ago, the garden was not much more than a large square of knee-high grass. 1,059 more words

A Confession

I have a secret I need to share, and here it is… I love the Princess Diaries. Yupp, you read right. I, Tai Rachel, love the Princess Diaries, and before you stop reading this because you’re already judging me, allow me to tell you why. 837 more words

The Ramblings Of Tai The Fish

Review | The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Reviewer: Christina
Release Date: 1911 (original publication)
Publisher: Sterling
Age Group: MG
Genres: Contemporary (for that time period)
Pages: 248 (hardcover)
Format/Source: Hardcover, Gifted by a friend ( 1,064 more words


Recent Reads: "Heidi" by Johanna Spyri and "The Secret Garden" by Frances Hodgson Burnett

I’ve been reading a lot of children’s books lately. Recently, I just finished reading “Heidi” by Swiss author Johanna Spyri and “The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett. 379 more words


Good Hands

After loaning The Secret Garden to my dear friend and reading enthusiast, Linda, I couldn’t resist the urge to dip into it when she returned it to me. 357 more words