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On the fourth day of Christmas, the SWC gave to me...

…Four authors who illustrate their own books

Continuing our SWC Christmas recommendations, we’ve put together a list of writers who also illustrate their work. Whether it’s fiction, fantasy, poetry or children’s literature you’re after, we’ve got you covered. 509 more words

Scottish Writers' Centre

My Fangirl Plans Have Went Awry

If you are a book lover there is nothing better than discovering a new author and IMMENSELY enjoying the first book you read by him/her. For me that was… 409 more words

Bookish Musings

Tempat Gunung Berjumpa Rembulan Review



Di sebuah gubuk reyot di kaki Gunung Nirbuah, Minli tinggal bersama kedua orangtuanya. Mereka bekerja keras setiap hari di sawah, menanam padi yang hanya cukup untuk dimakan mereka bertiga. 274 more words


Getting to know you

Earlier this year, I joined a book club. It might surprise you that I’ve never belonged to one. This group is devoted to children’s & YA literature. 200 more words


Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

Young Minli was gifted with a lively spirit that flashed brightly in her drab little village. In planting season she rose before dawn, working beside her parents to place each seedling carefully in the mud. 319 more words


This week's book talks 5/22-25

We began our Ancient China unit so, I pushed books with some connection to that topic.

I started the week with Grace Lin and ended with Faith Erin Hicks. 597 more words

Review: Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin.
Little Brown and Co, Hachette Book Group, New York, 2009.  My edition 2011.
Middle grade fantasy, 279 pages plus Author’s Note and Reader’s Guide. 627 more words

Book Review