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Trouble in Mind: Two YA Novels about Thinking Problems.

My school librarian recommended both of these books to me. ¬†Acutally, she tested them out on me. ¬†They shound interesting, she said, why don’t you read them. 721 more words

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Multiple-Choice Practice Questions for A Level Year 2 AQA Physics (Topics 6-8)

A superb revision tool and confidence builder for this
challenging question type new to AS Physics, worth more than 20%
of exam marks!

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How Much Do You Know

This is a get to know post. See how well you did! Multiple choice! Try not to copy each other or decide that someone has already answered so why bother. 138 more words


Ten types of food you shouldn't be eating

Here’s a video from Youtube that covers some of the contents related to food, nutrition and the natural environment.

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A little feedback can go a long way

Last week I shared the survey results for my quirky meta murder mystery book title. Maybe you want feedback but there’s no way you’ll hear from 50 people on a survey like I did (I asked thousands of people for that help.) 313 more words

Musings Of A Creative

Cheika defends the indefensible

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WALLABIES coach Michael Cheika said there were no excuses for an atrocious defensive performance at ANZ Stadium but he threw resolute support behind defence coach Nathan Grey and his systems. 2,570 more words

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