Life, animated by Ron Suskind

Hi everyone, in this week’s post I will be reviewing an amazing memoir I read some years ago. The poignant and heartwarming take of love and family struck a deep chord within me and I would go on to recommend it to many customers and friends alike. I hope you enjoy my review of this read…

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An eclectic mix for October

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Hi everyone, the weather is getting warmer down here in New Zealand as spring settles in. Our lockdown is slowly lifting but we still have a way to go before getting back to work and school. In case you’re wondering, I don’t have a special theme for this month, but do I have a variety of posts for your reading pleasure!! Go on, have a peek below…

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Fathers and daughters explained

Hi everyone, I hope everyone enjoyed my personal post last week. This last week of September will feature a selection of adult memoirs, parenting books, and one of those inspirational Chicken Soup for the Soul reads. If you are intrigued by this, go ahead, press the button to find out…

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Celebrating fathers this September

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Hi everyone, this September I’m celebrating fathers!! Especially the relationship they have with their daughters!! For all those who celebrate Father’s Day down here in the southern hemisphere, this month is for you!! I hope you enjoy my tribute to you and your father!!

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Welcome to August

Meet my favourite tween genres this month

Hi everyone, for August’s theme I have decided to share with you my favourite genres of tween reads. I’m guessing at least some of my followers have guessed what they are by now, but if you fall under the majority, well….read on to find out!

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A collection of adult epistolary reads

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s post is a book list with a collection of adult epistolary novels. To be honest, I had a hard time trying to cut down on my selections for this post as every search brought up many titles! In the end, I whittled it down to six titles. To see which ones I’ve picked, push the button below…

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Welcome to a July filled with letters

Hi everyone, welcome to the cold month of July. Winter is making herself heard loud and clear in my part of the world. As my title suggests, this month I’ll be exploring the world of letter-writing and featuring books written as letters. If you are someone who has had the joyful experience of receiving and sending letters, then this month’s reviews and posts are for you!!

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When breath becomes air by Paul Kalanithi

Hi everyone, this last week’s review post is an adult non-fiction title which deviates ever so slightly from the general theme for the month. You see, the author passed away before his book was to be published and never got to see how much of an impact his amazing book would have on the world. I hope that’s enough to get you to continue as this book is…well…you will have to read on to find out!

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This June we talk about grief and loss

Hi everyone, winter is here in New Zealand, and my little patch of Auckland is feeling the cold  quite well. This month I will be featuring titles that talk about loss and grief, because it’s part of life. I hope the titles I’ve selected can help any parents and teachers approach the subject with their younger readers.

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Living with intent by Mallika Chopra

Hi everyone, this next read is one I came upon quite by chance. I was going through a phase of reading self-help books when this title popped up. The one thing that struck me was the author’s name…well…for those who know the name Deepak Chopra…this is an amazing book written by his daughter!!

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