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How To Be Good is my favourite as Hornby writes so perceptively from a woman's perspective and the ethical questions at the heart of it are so important but rarely discussed.  However, I genuinely love all of his books, especially The Complete Polysyllabic Spree.

How To Be Good is my favourite as Hornby writes so perceptively from a woman's perspective and the ethical questions at the heart of it are so important but rarely discussed. However, I genuinely love all of his books, especially The Complete Polysyllabic Spree.

100  ideas that changed street style. From Hipster to Goth, this book covers all themes relating to fashion and culture. Check it out!

100 ideas that changed street style. From Hipster to Goth, this book covers all themes relating to fashion and culture. Check it out!

#WeNeedDiverseBooks YA Flow Chart! Like thrillers? Contemporary? Romance? Graphic Novels? Humor? We've got recommendations for you! Huge thanks to WNDB member Tracy López for designing it!

#WeNeedDiverseBooks YA Flow Chart! Like thrillers? Contemporary? Romance? Graphic Novels? Humor? We've got recommendations for you! Huge thanks to WNDB member Tracy López for designing it!

The Lost Art of Sinking | Naomi Booth | 9781908058294 | NetGalley

The Lost Art of Sinking | Naomi Booth | 9781908058294 | NetGalley

31 Brilliant Books That You Really Need To Read This Spring

31 Brilliant Books That You Really Need To Read This Spring

This week we’re reading... "Not Working by Lisa Owens - it was incredibly funny, but far too accurate for comfort. I too have felt that sense of indecision, muddle and panic that I am not contributing to the world – oh and, like Claire, I drink too much."

17 Books For Guys He’ll Love That He Probably Hasn’t Actually Already Read | Bustle

17 Books For Guys He’ll Love That He Probably Hasn’t Actually Already Read

17 Books For Guys He’ll Love That He Probably Hasn’t Actually Already Read | Bustle

Where My Wellies Take Me / Michael Morpurgo and Clare Morpurgo, illustrated by Olivia Lomenech Gill - Children's Literature Collection 821 MOR(WHE)

Where My Wellies Take Me / Michael Morpurgo and Clare Morpurgo, illustrated by Olivia Lomenech Gill - Children's Literature Collection 821 MOR(WHE)

<b>No, he never managed to capture Castle Grayskull.</b> But he did manage to capture our hearts. Here are some truly inspiring Skeletor quotes for every occasion.

Book first published in 1943 by Cicely McCall and starts by describing how 9,000 women came to the Empress Hall to the pre-war AGM

Book first published in 1943 by Cicely McCall and starts by describing how 9,000 women came to the Empress Hall to the pre-war AGM

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