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Beck is a beautiful story, with a sad but beautiful background. Written mostly by Mal Peet, but finished by his dear friend Meg Rosoff after Mal’s far too early death in 2015, it is a collaboration between two of the best writers for Young Adults. 333 more words


Are you a Dressage or Rodeo Rider? - Training the Unconscious

Why do some stories, poems, paintings or performances move us when others don’t? Where does a unique artistic voice come from? I believe it begins with a strong connection to the unconscious. 659 more words

On being a traveler

I own a book by Meg Rosoff that most of you might not have heard of. It took a bit of effort obtaining a copy, but I am nothing if not determined. 241 more words


Book Style // Jonathan Unleashed by Meg Rosoff

A look for dog lovers and book lovers! This beautiful look is inspired by the plot of Jonathan Unleashed by Meg Rosoff and it is perfect for a day out walking man’s best friend. 400 more words

Book Style

How I Live Now by Meg Rosoff- Review

How I live Now- Review

When Elizabeth (nicknamed Daisy for some reason) is forced to move to the dismal and bland British countryside from her glimmering concrete jungle by her father and much-more-than-wicked step-mother, she finds herself discovering friendship, love and hate. 294 more words

book review: Jonathan Unleashed

Jonathan Unleashed by Meg Rosoff. Viking| July 2016| 275 pages | $25.00| ISBN: 9781101980903

RATING: 3.5/5*

There’s an absurdist quality to this novel about a millennial taking care of his brother’s dogs and growing attached to them. 195 more words


Dog days

Dante is a smart Border Collie. Sissy is a sweet Cocker Spaniel. Jonathan is a daydreaming Almost Grown-up who appears to be on the right track to adulthood: New York apartment, ad agency job, college sweetheart now fiance. 558 more words