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Me and My Million by Clive King - A Review

Clive King is probably best well known as the author of the perennial children’s classic: ‘Stig of the Dump.’ It is a book that is still taught in classrooms today and which was certainly a favourite of mine as a child. 593 more words

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Small Gods by Terry Pratchett - A Review

Small Gods is the thirteenth volume in the Discworld series by Terry Pratchett, and for many Pratchett fans it marks his shift from an amusing fantasy author to full blown icon. 620 more words

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The Last Halloween: The Deadseer Chronicles Book Two by Richard Estep - A Review

The Last Halloween is the second volume in The Deadseer Chronicles by Richard Estep. I am lucky enough to count Richard as a friend, and doubly lucky that last year he asked me if I would like to read the first book in the series; … 586 more words

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The Private Blog of Joe Cowley: Welcome to Cringefest by Ben Davis - A Book Review

Welcome To Cringefest is the third book in The Private Blog of Joe Cowley series by Ben Davis. It was sent to me by Amazon Vine in exchange for my honest review. 431 more words

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Where Do We Go When We Disappear? by Isabel Minhos Martins and Madalena Matoso - A Book Review

Where Do We Go When We Disappear? is a picture book by Isabel Minhos Mrtins and Madalena Matoso. Originally published in Portuguese, this is an English version published by the Tate gallery. 212 more words

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On The Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder - A Book Review

On The Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder is the fourth in the series of her Little House on the Prairie books.

The books are based on her childhood recollections of growing up in a pioneer family, constantly moving from place to place and attempting to find somewhere to settle. 296 more words

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The Ransom of Dond by Siobhan Dowd - A Review

Siobhan Dowd was a towering figure in children’s publishing, and a few years before her premature death from cancer she became a towering figure in the world of children’s writing, leaving behind a small but beautiful legacy, mainly of exceptionally written books for the teen/ya market. 358 more words

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