Written by Katie Fforde I recieved this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I have read some of Katie Fforde's work before so was expecting a classic romantic/chick lit novel which is what I got! The book poses Helena as the main character, a weaver who has been given 6 months notice … Continue reading A Springtime Affair
Snow Foal is described as "the perfect children's book to curl up with and begin the new year. A beautiful and heart-wrenching middle grade debut for kids aged 9-11, full of love, healing, friendship and hope." So I figured I might be better reading it sooner rather than later in the year! The day I … Continue reading Snow Foal
Inspired by the True Story of a Girl Who Fought for her Right to Play Written by Natalie Corbett Sampson This book is based on the true story of 10-year-old Tena Forbes' legal battle to play hockey in Nova Scotia in the 1970s. To tell her story the author has used the legal papers so … Continue reading No Girls Allowed
I picked this book up at a charity shop as part of a 4 for £1 deal!! But it is part of the Read, Write, Count books that were given to Primary 2 children so more may be around! I really like the illustrations in this story and this at the heart of it there … Continue reading Picture Book Monday!
I picked up I Owe You One from the library on my trip there, after reading rediscovering Sophie Kinsella last month with with the Christmas Shopaholic! There are two main plots in this book, one which focuses on Fixies Family business Farrs. Which sees her and her siblings taking charge of the company as her … Continue reading I Owe You One
Written by Angie Thomas Wow, I finished this book earlier this month and it has taken me so long to try and get my head around it and share my thoughts. I loved The Hate U Give, Angie Thomas' debut novel (I think it was probably my favourite read of last year) so I was scared … Continue reading On the Come Up
We are finally into February after the longest month ever, I think a round of applause is needed all round! February means 2 things to me currently; my birthday (on Wednesday just fyi) and a long weekend from work which is so needed! Before that though I thought I would share my January round up … Continue reading January Round Up