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Book of the Week - July 16th 2015

The Book of the Week is back! This time, we’re going to talk a little bit about one of my favorite series, and specifically one of my favorite books: … 602 more words


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Mini Review: Apple and Rain by Sarah Crosan

When Apple’s mother returns after eleven years away, Apple feels whole again, but just like the stormy Christmas Eve when she left, her mother’s homecoming is bitter-sweet. 95 more words

Hethersett Old Hall School

Introducing the Book of the Week!

Let’s be honest now. If you’re here, it’s probably because you read a lot. You enjoy getting to sit back and relax, turning pages as you immerse yourself in the world of literature (or swipe on an e-reader, if you’re a terrible person). 642 more words


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Mini Review: Jim’s Lion by Russell Hoban 
(Illustrated by Alexis Deacon)

 A touching story about a boy in hospital, who dreams wild and extraordinary dreams as he faces a life-saving operation. 124 more words

Hethersett Old Hall School

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Maths is everywhere, often where we don’t even realise. In The joy of X : a guided tour of mathematics, from one to infinity award-winning professor Steven Strogatz acts as our guide as he takes us on a tour of numbers that – unbeknownst to the unitiated – connect pop culture, literature, art, philosophy, current affairs, business and even every day life. 103 more words

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Book of the Week - Echo Boy by Matt Haig

Hello gentle reader,

ECHO BOY is a book I was really excited to read (see my Waiting On Wednesday post back in February 2014) and after its recent release in paperback, I finally got my hands on it. 260 more words

EM Castellan

Book Post #11: The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken

Hey guys,

I hope you guys are having an amazing day, I know I am. SO today on book post is obviously a book review (duh), and I recently finished a book. 188 more words