Being young is all about the experiences: the first time you skip school, the first time you fall in love…the first time someone holds a gun to your head.
The Love Child by Rachel Hore is a story of how one woman copes with the fallout and long lasting affects of a decision forced upon her but also how this decision has an effect on the person at the centre of it. In January 1918 in the family home… Read more“Review: The Love Child by Rachel Hore”
I know, I know. If you’re reading this blog you’re probably already invested in diverse books. But even though you’re no doubt the most outspoken advocate for diversity in children’s books, I bet you might know someone in your school or community who needs a little convincing of the benefits of choosing… Read more“5 Reasons Why You Should Read a Diverse Book for Your Next Community Read”
“A single thread can change everything.” This is what Violet Speedwell learns when she joins the team of broderers at Winchester Cathedral in the 1930s. Violet is one of the so-called ‘surplus women’, which was the rather unpleasant, unfeeling term used to describe the many women who found themselves out-numbering men… Read more“A Single Thread by Tracy Chevalier”
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