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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


BOOK of the WEEK | No Plot? No Problem!

Ever wanted to write a novel but not known where to start – or even really if you should? Uh-huh, me too!

Recently – uh, last week – I wrote about the… 571 more words


BOOK of the WEEK | A novel approach to novel writing: The Snowflake Method

They say everyone has a book inside them, a story to tell. I suspect that’s probably true. But how do you get that book from inside to outside, and good enough to inspire a global audience? 417 more words