Category Archives: story time

Larwock By Sam Zadgan Book Review

There are unspeakable forces in this world that we know we shouldnโ€™t mess with. The strange and the unknown terrifies us. Say you were to discover an old tattered leather-bound book containing a strange disturbing language. What would you do? … Continue reading

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The Mummy Of Mulberry Avenue By Susan Kassabian (Book Review)

I have always been fascinated with Egypt. I remember in school we decorated a whole wall with hieroglyphs and Egyptian gods. We even got taken to an Egyptian museum to learn more about mummification and how they built the pyramids. … Continue reading

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The Woman Behind The Waterfall By Leonora Meriel (Book Review)

Do you remember what it was like to be a child? Imagine for a moment if you will dear reader how your seven-year old self used to view the world. Every tree was a new place to climb and nothing … Continue reading

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The Bear Cub Bakers Boolino Book Review

Did someone say cake? Baking? Bears? Yep, you read that correctly dear reader. Bears baking! I have the most exquisite childrenโ€™s book review for you today. Grab your aprons, wash your hands and get ready to do some baking. I … Continue reading

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Pause/Silence/Laughter: And Other Plays By Jordan Toney : Review

A pause speaks volumes which is an ironic thing considering what a pause actually is. A temporary stop, a rest, frozen mid-life for all to see yet you are still in motion. You hesitate and stop yourself because doubt and … Continue reading

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Ellipsis Poems Of Disasters By Jordan Toney (Review)

Have you ever imagined what the end of the world would be like? Will fire fall from the sky? Rivers turn to blood and a blanket of dust and bone cover the lands? Have you ever asked yourself the morbid … Continue reading

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The Impressionists-Moonlight Publishing (Boolino Book Review)

My boys love their art, especially my eldest. I can give him a pad of paper with some paints and he is a happy chappy for hours. He mixes the colours, experiments with different brushes and has fun with it. … Continue reading

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