As someone who read all the grown-up books in the library despite being too short to reach the counter, I empathised with the bookish Matilda Wormwood. Am pretty sure I once made a jar move with my eyes as well (though this might have been by product of over active imagination).
21 of the best books to read this winter! Everything from young adult and teen lit to mystery and fantasy fiction for women. This list hits everything from new classics to bestselling authors and even funny book recommendations. Definitely adding a bunch of these to my digital bookshelves! Sponsored by @BarnesandNoble.
In Bryony Gordon’s second autobiographical book – Mad Girl – she gives us an insight into what it’s like to go to bed as a normal twelve year old girl and wake up the next morning inexplicably convinced that you’re dying of AIDS.In the first chapter, Bryony recalls some of her earlier memories of mental health problems (although she didn’t know what they were at the time) and makes the point that mental illness can affect anyone. You can read the first chapter here.
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The 20 Best Books You Absolutely Must Read This Spring
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