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Into the Light: Helen Allingham's eternal countryside

Europe and America had some pioneering women artists during the nineteenth century, many of whom I have now covered in this series. One I have not yet mentioned is… 1,483 more words

General

Greenaway Shortlist: Alphabets, Bears & Holes

So the announcement is looming, it’s less than a week ‘til we know the winners of the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals; we’re hoping to have posted reviews of all of the shortlisted titles by then so we’re kicking off with a bumper three in one Greenaway edition. 784 more words

Carnegie And Kate Greenaway Medals

What We're Reading Wednesday: Greenaway Shortlist - Willy's Stories

Every time I walk through these doors something incredible happens. I go on AMAZING adventures.

Come with me and I’ll show you…”

Thus begins Willy’s Stories…

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What We're Reading Wednesday

What We're Reading Wednesday - Greenaway shortlist - There's a Bear on My Chair

There’s a Bear on my Chair by Ross Collins is a delightful tale of a disgruntled mouse and a rather uncooperative bear, who has made himself comfortable on mouse’s favourite chair. 305 more words

A Bonus FALL-

(Inspired by Peter Greenaway’s film ‘The Falls’.  R.I.P., Bwythan Fallbutus.)

Bethany Fallfast
is a Sackamayer-speaking
young male woman with
a marrow deficiency,
webbed toes, and a… 263 more words

Literature

Simply the best place to run in the world, every time 

So I’m back in Cornwall for a week’s holiday with my wonderful Mummy. We came down on Friday afternoon with Skye (my mother’s Labrador puppy) and and my somewhat reluctant cat, Monkey – I say reluctant as trying to persuade her to go in the catbox did leave me looking like I had just crawled through several yards of sharp barbed wire. 709 more words