by Olivia Gacka As a book blogger and Londoner, I spend many an hour hiking around the city visiting bookstores, admiring their shelves and forgetting real life even exists. When picking the store of choice for endless browsing, the ability … Continue reading A Guide to Indie Bookstores in London
Harry makes a momentary stop at the decrepit circus that has materialized in a field overnight. A labyrinth of circus tents like Dante’s nine circles descends into madness. Sprinkled with commerce and corruption. A room of indecision, perpetually incomplete. Verbiage, … Continue reading Attention Span: Playing Dead by S. E. Casey
These kid-friendly bunny books, short films and games prove bunnies aren’t just for Easter Books: Tyrabbisaurus Rex by A.J. Culey (Author), Jeanine Henning (Illustrator) Tyrabbisaurus Rex doesn’t appreciate being locked in a cage. Sure it has three levels and is full … Continue reading Family-Friendly Friday: Bunny Edition
In this picture book from Tanglewood Books, written and illustrated by Marie Letourneau, Argyle Fox just wants to play but the wind keeps ruining his fun. He’s about to give up when Mama Fox tells him that if he thinks … Continue reading Review: Argyle Fox by Marie Letourneau
Turkeys, Pilgrims, Family, and pie. All the best for little guys (and gals). Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving in the U.S., a time to spend with friends and family celebrating what we are thankful for this year and eating lots … Continue reading Family-Friendly Friday: Thanksgiving Edition
Today is the last day of Blogtober/Blogoween. While we’re sad to see it end, we are looking forward to taking just a few days off before settling into a somewhat more relaxed schedule for the coming months. A huge thank you … Continue reading Happy Halloween!