A selection of short stories

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s post is a short-ish booklist post of short stories I have enjoyed over the years. You would think it’s easy to write a short story, but after reading these books I’m sure you will change your mind, like me!! Hope you enjoy my selection…

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Books vs movies: Miss Mahee’s top ten

Yes, you read correctly. This week’s post will feature my top ten best books turned into movies. I won’t be delving too deep into my reasons because I’m sure by now you all know that I prefer to read rather than watch movies of literary works. So reader, are you ready to venture below and find out the contenders for this list?

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A week of fantasy stories and siblings…

Hi everyone, I don’t know about you but fantasy stories always build so many expectations for me. How many of you have seen the movie Labyrinth with a teenage Jennifer Connelly and effervescent David Bowie? I know this movie has its own following for the music, costumes, Escher-style set etc, but what gripped me was the fear the sister faced in losing her baby brother!! So I thought why not see if there were similar fantasy/adventure stories out there. I hope you enjoy the titles I found!!

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Welcome to January 2022!

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Hi everyone, welcome to a brand new year!! 2022 seems to have come far too soon in my opinion. Most of my resolutions from last year have followed through to this one and I’m going to try my hardest to complete them!! However, this month’s posts won’t have anything to do with New Year’s resolutions or reflections. It will be about a special relationship I have!! To find out more why don’t you click on the button below… 

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My holiday reads over Christmas

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Hi everyone, I hope your Christmas was a happy one!! Mine was filled with food, family, and so much sunshine!! Mind you, I am working through this year, so I won’t be having any sleep-ins until mid-January when I do take a short break. You’re probably wondering what exactly my post is about on this last week of the year. Well, I thought I’d share with you the genre of adult books I prefer to read over the Christmas season.

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My favourite tween Christmas stories

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s booklist post will give you my favourite Christmas stories for tweens!! These are titles that I have enjoyed from my younger years through to my years as a librarian. So why not put aside your decorating for a few minutes and have a read of this list and see if you have similar tastes…

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Tween series that would make awesome movies

Hi everyone, this week I will be sharing with you a collection of tween titles I’ve enjoyed over the years which I would love to watch as a movie franchise!! There’s a little bit of everything here; adventure, mystery, humour, science fiction, and fantasy!! Are you keen to find out what they are? Then, why don’t you get your tween involved and see if you agree with my selections below!!

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Adventure lovers ahoy!

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week I’m giving you a tour around my all time favourite genre: Adventure reads!! Yes, that’s right, you will have to put up with me going on about those Harry Potter read-alikes out there!! Ready…

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Genres and your tween

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How to help your tween on their reading journey

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Bookish advice

Hi everyone, this week’s post is slightly different from the others this month. I will be imparting some bookish advice using my librarian skills. So, parents and teachers out there, you might want to settle in and see if this post will be helpful for you and your tween….

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Six reasons why your tween should read graphic novels

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Bookish advice

Hi everyone, this week’s post will be delving into my six reasons why I think your tween should read graphic novels!! Yes, I, Miss Mahee, endorse the reading of graphic novels for all ages, young and old, whether they be a child, tween, teen, or even adult!! To find out exactly what my reasons are press the button below. Even if you are someone who’s not sure…it won’t hurt to just have a read…

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