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How Important Are Titles. How To Choose A Title.

Many authors who write book series, James Patterson, Janet Evanovich and Sue Grafton, to name a few, have written books that have common words in them. 20 more words



Halloween is coming soon! I’ve been looking forward to it since the beginning of September. Every year I try to find some Halloween-ish books to read so as to capitalize on the fun of the season. 1,610 more words


Book Review: Inkheart

This book was orginally written in German, but has been translated into many languages over time. Obviously, I read the English edition. It’s also been adapted to a film, which I’m sure I have seen but can’t remember. 201 more words


Tough Travels: Dragons

Tough Travels is a monthly meme hosted by Fantasy Faction, which, inspired by The Tough Guide to Fantasyland by Diana Wynne Jones, spotlights each month a different fantasy trope for us to compile lists and have fun with. 409 more words


Book review: Lilly and Fin: A Mermaid's Tale, by Cornelia Funke, translated by Oliver Latsch

Funke, Cornelia. Lilly and Fin: A Mermaid’s Tale. Trans. By Oliver Latsch. Random House, 2017. $9.99. 83p. ISBN 978-1-5247-0101-7. Ages 7-10. P9Q9

Colorful illustrations help make this chapter book about wealthy “two-legs” determined to capture a pair of “merpups” a fun read that goes from the comfort of two friends enjoying a day to the danger of being stolen from their peaceful home in sunken shipwrecks. 189 more words

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“Kadang-kadang orang dewasa bercerita, betapa indahnya ketika mereka masih anak-anak.

Mereka bahkan bermimpi menjadi anak-anak lagi.

Tetapi apa yang mereka mimpikan ketika masih anak-anak?

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