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Night Owls by Jenn Bennett

In brief: Bex wants to a medical illustrator but can’t gain access to a real anatomy lab. A chance meeting on a night bus gives her not only that opportunity, but the chance to fall in love with Jack and discover his complex life. 678 more words

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how to be famous

When I flew home last week, my mom reported how many views my TED talk had received and asked me if anyone recognized me on the plane. 1,307 more words

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Adult Book reviews October-November 2015 : reviewed by Janet Croft

Adult Book reviews October-November 2015 . Reviewed by Janet Croft

The more stars, the better the read!

Choosing Hope, by Kaitlin Roig-Debellis. PB from Allen and Unwin. 3,880 more words

Quvenzhané Wallis to Write Four Children’s Books for Simon and Schuster

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Oscar-nominated actress Quvenzhané Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild, Annie) and Halle Berry in 2013
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The Fight for Lizzie Flowers by Carol Rivers

Regular readers will know that I often try to find books that feature the Isle of Dogs, it is often surprising just how many have featured the Island. 461 more words

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Quvenzhané Wallis to Write Four Children's Books for Simon and Schuster

Actress Quvenzhané Wallis has signed on to write a series of children’s books for Simon and Schuster, the publisher announced Wednesday. 179 more words


Book Review: The Glass Painter's Daughter

The Glass Painter’s Daughter, by Rachel Hore, tells two interwoven stories set over a century apart. Each is written in a very different style. Much as I dislike the limitations imposed on a book by assigning it a genre, the modern section read like an easy romance, not the sort of tale I choose to read as I tend to find such books two dimensional. 907 more words

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