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Book for Children: Bush Bash!

This is another book that my children loved and they would read it almost every night. It is “Bush Bash!” By Sally Morgan & Ambelin Kwaymullina, published by… 137 more words

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Libraries for Everyone: Conservatism beyond the Classics

As a second year Library School student, I am perfectly well accustomed to being surrounded by well-educated, opinionated, bookish liberal people. Recently, one of my online class discussion posts took a surprising turn from the usual promote LGBT, tolerate muslims, make immigrants feel welcome, etc. 1,017 more words

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Book Review: Elle The Entrepreneur by Andrea B Newman

Elle likes to set the table with pretty floral center pieces. She decides to advertise and try to get jobs doing this for her neighbors. … 250 more words

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Great reads for little bookworms

Our family loves books. Books have been a feature in our kids’ daily lives and routines since they were born. Our boys have some firm favourites when it comes to story time, so here’s a round up of them – perfect if you’re looking for ideas for a birthday present or a new book to look for at your local library (and you’ll enjoy reading them too!) 1,041 more words

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George's Marvellous Medicine

George’s Marvellous Medicine was written by Roald Dahl and first published in 1981. The illustrations are by none other Quentin Blake. This is one of my favourite Roald Dahl books, I mean, who hasn’t read this and tried to make a medicine similar to George’s, using everything in the house, as a child. 174 more words

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Books for Children

Documenting all my kiddos books here during their growing up moments.

I came across these books during a book fair in school and from then on I’ve been keeping a lookout for such books from Usborne.  164 more words

Everyday Life

When Bertie arrived she was shy and unsure. She’d hide under the sofa or lie in the climbing ivy

When Bertie arrived she was shy and unsure. She’d hide under the sofa or lie in the climbing ivy or under the fence because it felt safe. 67 more words

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