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A seemingly unremarkable old woman named Evelyn Taylor Clarke has now reached the stage in life where she needs to live in a care home. She doesn’t appear to be anything out of the ordinary having spent most of her life living at the family home – Kingsley Manor in… Read more“Review: My Name is Eva by Suzanne Goldring”
Our protagonist is Ella Santos – though now she goes by the name of Laine Moreno. When she was just ten years old she was abducted and held hostage for three years – bound – in a cellar. Raped repeatedly, she was finally driven to a roadside and released. Thirteen… Read more““Girl Last Seen” by Nina Laurin – Book Review”
Sarah and Jack Bramer are a young couple who are desperate to have a child. Or at least Sarah is… After seven years of disappointment, their relationship has reached a crisis point. Sarah is a mixed race British woman. Jack is an American. Lately, his love for her has taken… Read more““The Light Keeper” by Cole Moreton – Book Review”
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”