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Four Back-to-School Reads for Every Age

September is upon us, and summer’s long, lazy days will give way to fall’s cooler temperatures and pumpkin-flavored delights. Here at Ladies On The Shelf, our school days may be long gone (save for Jessi, our resident teacher), but the changing seasons and Target aisles full of binders and notebook paper remind us of heading back into the classroom and the promise of a fresh start for the school year. 369 more words

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Angus Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging

Book: Angus Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging

Author: Louise Rennison

Pages: 256 (Paperback)

Genre: Young Adult Humour / Epistolary Novel

Age Recommendation: 13+

Published: 01/08/2005

Publisher: HarperCollins Children’s Books… 511 more words

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Stacking the Shelves (1)

I decided that I would get started on some features right away with this blog. I found many on all sorts of book blogs, but there was one that really stood out for me. 708 more words

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Top Ten Tuesday: Authors Who I Own the Most Books From

Hello, everyone! It’s Tuesday, which is, of course, the day for Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by the Broke and the Bookish. I haven’t posted something in quite a while, and for that, I can only say…oops. 712 more words

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Louise Rennison Collection 12 Book Set Georgia Nicolson

Louise Rennison is a English comedy writer, novelist and popular for being the author of the best selling series ‘Confessions of George Nicolson’ for teenage girls. 1,862 more words

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Bookhaul Again

Last Saturday I went to Waterstones with my friend, where I got these two books and some cute buttons:

If you’ve read my previous bookhaul post, you might recall that I bought City of Bones back then. 165 more words

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'Withering Tights' by Louise Rennison Review

I bow down before Louise Rennison. Jesus Christ she’s good. As a generally cynical, grumpy, and self-deprecating person, I don’t laugh often. Especially at YA books, which rarely actually try to make you laugh. 458 more words

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