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Day 198: Review - The Lost Words

People are told not to judge a book by its cover, but I had done just that with tonight’s choice. The Lost Words, by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris, is a stunning looking book that I have been looking forward to reading with T for ages! 298 more words


Mermayhem: Reading Louise O’Neill’s the Surface Breaks

Madeleine Hunter is a second-year PhD candidate at the Centre for Research in Children’s Literature at the University of Cambridge. She studies adaptation and media convergence in twenty-first century children’s media and culture. 1,514 more words

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Chapter 23: Magic [1]

Dr. Craven had been waiting some time at the house when they returned to it. He had indeed begun to wonder if it might not be wise to send some one out to explore the garden paths. 518 more words

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第二十三章 魔法 [1]


「こんなに長い間お外に出られては体にさわります。」 お医者さまは言いました。 「無理してはいけませんよ。」

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Five Minutes With Arundhati Venkatesh

We love that the Indian publishing industry is filled with such fantastic writers and illustrators of children’s books. Five Minutes With …is a feature where we get to know some of our favourite children’s book people in some not-so-usual ways. 301 more words

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Day 197: Review - Spider!

With spider season reaching its peak (things will really kick off once we get a bit of rain and they all head indoors), T picked out Spider! 291 more words


第二十二章 お日さまが沈んだころ [3]



「できる! できる!」 メアリーはじぶんに言い聞かせました。「ぜったいにできる!」

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