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Fables from the Stables: Murray the Race Horse

Murray the Race Horse, by Gavin Puckett/Illustrated by Tor Freeman, (May 2018, Faber & Faber), $8.95, ISBN: 9780571334681

Recommended for readers 6-10

Murray is a sweet horse with big dreams: he wants to race, he wants a trophy, he wants the adulation of the fans, but there’s a big problem: Murray just can’t run that fast. 194 more words

Middle Grade

BOOK REVIEW: Infidelities by Kirsty Gunn

From the metafictional introduction, we know from the start that we are in the hands of an assured writer, one who has completed their apprenticeship and is now in the process of completing the books she will be known for. 947 more words

Bathroom Boogie puts some funk into bathtime!

Bathroom Boogie, by Clare Foges/Illustrated by Al Murphy, (May 2018, Faber & Faber), $16.95, ISBN: 9780571340453

Recommended for readers 3-7

Bathtime becomes funtime in this rhyming companion to 2015’s… 218 more words

Preschool Reads

A Pale View of the Hills

Kazuo Ishiguro

First Sentence:     Niki, the name we finally gave my youngest daughter, is not an abbreviation; it was a compromise I reached with her father. 91 more words

Novel

#BookReview: All The Beautiful Lies by Peter Swanson (@PeterSwanson3) @FaberBooks #AllTheBeautifulLies

“On the eve of his college graduation, Harry is called home by his step-mother Alice, to their house on the Maine coast, following the unexpected death of his father.

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Book Review: The Chaos of Now / Erin Lange / Young Adult

Published by Faber & Faber

Cyber bullying. Eli Bennett isn’t into cyber bullying, but he is into hacking, just to show he can get into sites – he scared himself once when he released information which resulted in a shooting. 165 more words

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THERE'S NO PADDY-WHACKERY IN MCGAHERN'S SIXTH BOOK, JUST A HEART WARMING TALE OF IRISH RURAL LIFE

Every year in March sees one of the biggest events of the global calendar, this is of course St. Patrick’s day, who is the patron saint of Ireland and all things Irish. 916 more words

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