Children’s Books

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I’ve wanted to write a post about children’s books for a while since my nephew, Seth, owns a TON of books. He’s just less than 2 years old and likes a whole bunch of different books. I love reading to him and so do many other people in my family. He loves to cuddle up with us whilst we read to him and has his favourite books that he constantly brings to us even when we’ve just walked in the house! Here’s a few of my favourites that he owns. Continue reading

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Dress Codes For Small Towns by Courtney Stevens

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I’d been waiting to read a Courtney Summers for a very long time. I’d picked up Dress Codes For Small Towns at the beginning of the year and i really wanted to pick it up before the end of the year. I thought that i’d absolutely love her writing.

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They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera

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They Both Die At The End was our book club pick for September 2019 – we really spread the joy with this one (and i’m incredibly late to uploading this review!). It was my second Adam Silvera novel and I can safely confirm they’re all going to be as sad as each other. However, I enjoyed this one a whole lot more.

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The Northern YA Literary Festival – TBR

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The Northern YA Literary Festival is right around the corner! Okay it’s a couple of months away, but i’m pretty excited about it. The event is in it’s second year and is run by Preston University. It’s a free entry event which brings together a whole host of authors from different genres, with talks, signings and much more!

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Dear Evan Hansen by Val Emmich

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I was absolutely thrilled by the announcement of the novelisation of Dear Evan Hansen. I stand by the fact that there are not enough novelisations of musicals out in the world, and this wonderful story definitely deserved one. I made it my goal to read it before the end of the 2018, because i absolutely adore the musical, and i did just that!

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December Wrap-Up

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I cannot believe we’ve reached December and i’m actually wrapping up the last month of the year. I’m pretty disappointed with how much reading i’ve done this month. Between going on holiday to Krakow and generally Christmas mania (also job hunting!) i’ve barely done any reading.

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Paper Avalanche by Lisa Williamson

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*I received a free proof copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from David Fickling Books

I’ve absolutely adored Lisa Williamson for quite some time now. I first read The Art Of Being Normal a few years back, and after having the pleasure of meeting her a couple of times, it’s hard not to love her personality. You can see the passion for these books that she has, and her lovely personality shines through to the stories.

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