We’ve not done a lot of reading this week, what we have done is focus on a couple of books by Satoshi Kitamura. The first is Millie’s Marvellous Hat. This is fabulous. Millie spends all of her (non existent) money on an imaginary hat. She then gradually realises that everyone has a hat. There’s loads […]
If you've enjoyed reading this year, and have a few moments to spare, I'd love if you could click here or on the MADs badge over in the sidebar and nominate me. The family fun category would be lovely, though I'd be very happy with any nominations at all, and I'm especially grateful to whoever nominated me for blog of the year :) Thank you.
lots of bedtime reading this week, mainly of library books. The patternis often that one new one is read and then a couple from previous evenings are repeated. So this week included: Zoo – Anthony Browne. I’m sure this is supposed to be thought provoking. I found it unpleasantly disturbing. One witch. Long live Princess […]
This is the third Jennifer Smith novel I’ve been lucky enough to have for review, and they’re always a pleasure. Statistical Probability Of Love At First Sight is teen romance, encapsulated in a single night and day, with a plane journey, and a wedding or two. All the parts of life are here, divorce, remarriage, […]