I had heard so much hype for this incredibly sweet middle grade novel and knew I had to have it. I love books about books so I was bound to fall in love with Pages and Co., but I don't think I could have anticipated how much I'd adore it.
Welcome to my stop on the Hopeless Heroes blog tour! I was lucky enough to receive proof copies of the first two books in this adorable series, and I cannot recommend them more. Whether you're a kid or an adult, anyone who loves Greek mythology is sure to enjoy these books.
TBR Thursday is a weekly post hosted by yours truly. If you’d like to participate in TBR Thursdays, please feel free! Link me in your post so I can take a look at what you’ve got on your shelves and so we can cry together about how we are never going to actually finish reading through our TBR piles. All copy is courtesy of Goodreads.
Hi all! I saw today’s Top Ten Tuesday theme and knew I had to participate. Today I’m going to be talking about my favourite childhood series! I’ve done a post on forgotten childhood favourites in the past, which you can see here, and I had so much fun going down memory lane.
I absolutely adore Neil Gaiman – he’s one of my favorite living writers. With the success of Amazon’s adaptation of American Gods, I feel like there are people out there who have never read his books but would like to start. Here’s your quick guide to Gaiman! If you want to start with The … Continue reading A Guide to Reading Neil Gaiman
After a great deal of thought, I decided to DNF Sea at 32%. However, I do not think you should let this deter you if you’re interested in the book.
We all have our childhood favorites, the books that ignited our love of reading and stick with us through adulthood and are treasured memories. From Harry Potter to Narnia, there are books that remain in our consciousness for our whole lives, but what about our forgotten favorites? What about the books we read until the … Continue reading Forgotten Childhood Favorites
I wandered past and stared at this book at Hatchards about four times before finally buying it. Recent winner of the Waterstones Children's Prize for 2017, The Girl of Ink and Stars is an incredible read. I didn't know much about it going in -- except that it's a gorgeous book inside and out.
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