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From Russia with Love…. for Football and Exciting Stories

  Tom Palmer is a writer who loves to combine his love of football with thrilling reads about all kinds of things – spies, secret agents, ghosts, combat, fighter planes, kidnapping, to name just a few. He has written many … Continue reading

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A Wrinkle in Time and other sci-fi with a hint of mystery

A Wrinkle in Time has been in cinemas for a few weeks now and anyone who went to see the film can read the book or enjoy something along the same lines. Clever children meeting a couple of oddball characters … Continue reading

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Some recommended reads by great book reviewers

On our blog there are direct links to some book reviewers who spend a lot of time reading children’s books and telling us which ones are worth reading. Look to the right of this post – you will see two … Continue reading

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These holidays I was mostly reading … John Green books

Quentin Jacobsen, known to his friends as Q, has loved Margot Spiegelman for just about his whole life. Margot is out of his league, so when in the middle of the night she taps on his window and asks him … Continue reading

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Detective Gordon and his new colleague Buffy

We have two great books in our library about the great Detective Gordon who somehow manages to keep law and order in the forest. When the squirrels start to complain that someone is stealing their nuts, he sets about finding … Continue reading

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