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Guest Post: NYPL's exhibition "The ABC of It: Why Children's Books Matter"

Hi, bookworms! This is Carolyn’s buddy, Molly, popping in to tell you dear readers about a fantastic exhibit at the New York Public Library that is actually about to  509 more words


Book Exhibition of the Month (August): Wonderful Pieces of Children's Literature (and their authors).

Thanks to my chosen line of education, I don’t just yet have to wave goodbye to the many great elements within the wide genre of children’s literature. 2,039 more words

Book Exhibition

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


Today's stroll

We decided on our Saturday off to take a stroll on one of Jedburgh’s many surrounding paths, the one we chose was a round about tour passing the Timpendean Tower.  122 more words

Creating intrigue in a garden.

Perhaps it’s my innate curiosity about gardens, but a glimpse through an archway or half-open gate always whets my appetite.

What lies beyond?

All gardens benefit from an element of surprise … a hint of something ahead which leads you on. 346 more words

Sculpture, Art And Culture

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