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Mailbox Monday 20/4/15

Another eventful week, it seems I spent 50% of it on the phone and the other 50% writing emails! I did get the chance to go book shopping, things were a bit rushed but I grabbed three books. 285 more words

Mailbox Monday

Book Review: The Foreshadowing / Marcus Sedgwick / Teenage

Published by Hachette / ISBN 978 1444011067

This is the most beautiful edition of my favourite Marcus Sedgwick book. Set in 1915 it tells of a young girl’s struggle with the curse of second sight as her brother’s go off to war and the Somme. 66 more words

Book Review

The Story of Britain - history doesn't have to be horrible

The Story of Britain by Mick Manning and Brita Granström has transformed the way we talk and learn about history in our family. Mollie is fascinated by history but is too young for the blood and guts versions that seem so prevalent at the moment. 365 more words

Book Review

The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey (plus some nail art!)

Published: 28th April 2015
Publisher:
 Hachette Australia (ATOM)
Pages: 361
Format: Paperback
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
★   ★   ★  ★   ★  – 5 Stars… 1,013 more words

General

Interview with Sue-Ellen Welfonder

NPL is excited to interview author Sue-Ellen Welfonder, who also writes under the name Allie Mackay!

Sue-Ellen is a seasoned storyteller and a USA Today Bestselling author; she’s built a following with her fun, Scottish-themed historical romances and light-hearted paranormal stories. 69 more words

Announcement

April 2015, new books for children and teenagers reviewed by Janet Croft.

2015 April: New books for children and teenagers reviewed by Janet Croft.

The more stars, the better the reading!

Picture Books.

Non-fiction

**Alice’s Food A-Z. Edible Adventures, by Alice Zaslavsky. 5,215 more words

April 2015 adult new book releases, reviewed by Janet Croft

April 2015: New adult books reviewed by Janet Croft

The more stars, the better the reading…..

Non-fiction

The Nasho’s War, Australia’s National Servicemen and Vietnam. HB from Viking and Penguin. 6,015 more words