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This book is the perfect one to read if you were ever the quiet person in love with the center of attention. It takes place over the course of a school year at a boarding school and listening to the audio might break your heart. -DPL_Jenn

from the Guardian

The 100 greatest novels of all time: The list

Entrance to Moria ~ Vintage copies of "The Lord of the Rings" Trilogy by J.R.R…


by Jane Wolfe. Have a super time with Sleepy Sheep as all her farmyard friends encourage her to stop yawning and dozing, and instead play and dance with them in the sunshine. The story of my life?

Allow me to introduce you to my first book in the Hidden Saga - ‘Hidden’. You can find more of my work on my website @ You can also follow me on Facebook @ or on Twitter @ and many other places. Thank you for your support. Don't forget to tell a friend. Serina Hartwell - Author of The Hidden Saga.


I LIKE BIG BOOKS AND I CANNOT LIE - How awesome is this! Compliments of this display at the Joint-Use Library at Virginia Beach Public Library! [photo credit: Virginia Beach Public Library]


$16.99 - In the first fully-illustrated children’s book from The Emily Post Institute, kids 4-7 can read along and watch as young Emily and her best friend Ethan ride the school bus, romp on the playground, visit friends, and eat at restaurants—all while having fun and learning the importance of good manners. Illustrated by Steve Björkman.View more of I can read books here!

Rodman Wanamaker and Indian Chiefs (LOC) by The Library of Congress, N.Y. L-R: Wooden Leg (Cheyenne), Two Moons (Cheyenne), Rodman Wanamaker, Plenty Coups (Crow), Medicine Crow (Crow), White Man Runs Him (Crow), Jack Red Cloud (Oglala), unknown (Oglala), unknown (Oglala) - 1913

from Rainy Day Mum

DIY friendship books

A DIY friends Book for preschoolers so that you can remember the friends that they had a toddler and add to as they get older #readforgood


A great book to support the teaching of Phase One Phonics and general Speech and Language. With repetition, rhythm and rhyme the children quickly pick up the theme of the book and you will soon hear them retelling it or acting it out with their friends. This book is particularly good for listening to and making the animal sounds… “I think I hear a lion, Raa Raa Raa’.