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Quarantine Reads #1: Historical Non-Fic, Middle Grade Mystery AND THE CUTEST FICTIONAL DOG!

Hello everyone! I’m sure by now you’ve heard of COVID-19 and are more likely than not changing your everyday life to try and stem the tide of the virus and keep as many people healthy as is possible. I for one am currently in isolation. My fiancé came down with symptoms of corona and as… Continue reading Quarantine Reads #1: Historical Non-Fic, Middle Grade Mystery AND THE CUTEST FICTIONAL DOG!

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Review: The International Yeti Collective by Paul Mason

This was the PERFECT read to get me out of my post-election huff–it’s a charmingly written book with fantastic mythology that also speaks movingly about environmental issues. An epic adventure with big feet and an even bigger heart! Ella is in the Himalayas with her uncle searching for yeti. But what seems like the adventure… Continue reading Review: The International Yeti Collective by Paul Mason

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The (Slightly Later Than) Mid Year Book Freakout Tag | 2019

1 // Best book I’ve read so far in 2019  I’m going to break the rules and pick two. Wildspark by Vashti Hardy and The Star Spun Web by Sinead O’hart. 2 // My favourite sequel of the first half of the year It has to be Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend. 3 // A new… Continue reading The (Slightly Later Than) Mid Year Book Freakout Tag | 2019

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3 middle grade sequels even better than the first book

It’s a lofty notion, I know. The general rule is that the original is always the best. But there’s just something special about settling back into a story you know and love, and seeing your favourite characters off on more adventures. Recently I’ve been able to do just that, and it was wonderful. 1 //… Continue reading 3 middle grade sequels even better than the first book