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Wild Things Fun Activity Book by Lonely Planet Kids

April 24, 2019

Have you ever wanted to spy on fairies in the garden, meet a unicorn or share a picnic with a mermaid? Wild Things, published by Lonely Planet Kids this April, and written by the authors of the hugely successful Stick Book, will show how, with a little imagination, a few wild materials and some basic tools, you can.     Packed with over 100 magical outdoor activities, this fantastical guidebook will develop children’s wild senses and skills, and help them…

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Christmas Gift List: Books for everyone

November 12, 2018

For the ladies in your life… Angela Dyson – The Love Detective £9.99. Matador. September 2018. Chick-lit thriller. “He’d thought himself the hunter, that I was easy prey but what he hadn’t bargained for, was contending with a woman who hadn’t eaten a square meal in twenty-four hours. I get mean when I’m hungry.” Clarry Pennhaligan, low on ambition but high on energy, can’t seem to come up with a proper grown-up plan to kick-start her life. Planning really isn’t…

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Incredible Benefits of Reading and Why You Should Start

July 18, 2018

If you want to start reading because you want to learn more about the world, or if you are interested in developing a new hobby then reading is a great option. Reading helps to broaden your horizons and it also helps you to increase your level of concentration as well.   Reading Reduces Stress One of the best ways for you to reduce stress is to actually read. You can immerse yourself in a story and drift away from the world.…

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David Bowie: A Life by Dylan Jones

December 20, 2017

I remember reading about Bowie’s death and getting tearful about it.   2016 took some my Idols away, such as Bowie or Prince, one after another, and I remeber thinking: “An incredible Era if finishing”. Bowie was eccentric and enigmatic and I remember watching the video: “Let’s Dance” sitting on the floor of my home in Venezuela when i was perhaps between 5 to 6 years old and thinking: what is going on on this music and why the colours…

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