Reviewing the Classics #8: The Little Prince

Reviewing the Classics #8: The Little Prince
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Some classics have been around for centuries, other for a only a couple of years. They might be aimed at adults, others at children. Some took years to gain their status, others just sort of gained cult-status immediatly. The Little Prince belongs to the last of each of these categories. And I absolutely love it. Now, […]

Weekly Lists #87: Books for your Hogwarts House

Weekly Lists #87: Books for your Hogwarts House
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So a miracle’s happened: I’m doing one of the Top 5 Wednesday topics. And I’m actually doing it on the day that it’s supposed to go up! Basically: You’re supposed to show your Hogwarts House Pride. In other words: choose the top 5 books that represent your house. Now, for full disclosure: I’m something in […]

Weekly Lists #78: Book series you wish had more books

Weekly Lists #78: Book series you wish had more books
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I’m back to taking my inspiration from Top 5 Wednesday, the Goodreads Group that has bookish prompts for every single Wednesday. Although, let’s be honest – I’m complaining about series not having enough books quite often anyways J Either way, this one was originally posted for the 26th of August 2015 – I’m a bit […]

About Books #9: Thursday’s Children

About Books #9: Thursday’s Children
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You know how you have those books you read first at just the right time? And because of that you just know you’re going to love it forever? Well, that’s exactly what Thursday’s Children by Rumer Godden was for me. Read on to find out exactly why I loved it so much! First things first: there’s the ballet. […]

Reviewing the Classics #6: The Railway Children

Reviewing the Classics #6: The Railway Children
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I’m pretty sure I already mentioned this somewhere, but I first read this book when I was sick. I’d always ask my dad to bring me some books from the library (because even then, I couldn’t stand being bored), and one time this one was part of the pile one of the many times I […]