My own immigration story

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Hi friends, this week’s post is my family’s own immigration story. I know I’ve mentioned some parts of our story before, but this post will give you an in-depth account of our move across the globe to the bottom of the world!! Why not grab yourself something to drink and settle in for a read then?

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True Migrant Stories for Tween Readers

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, the post this week is another booklist featuring a short-ish list of titles. My selection for you this week are four tales based on true events that happened to either the author directly or an ancestor of the author. So, if you have been waiting for such a list, then what are you waiting for…press the button below…

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A selection of contemporary tween migrant reads

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this first week will feature a booklist post of contemporary migrant reads that I have enjoyed over the last few years. The main characters in these reads are a group of strong, courageous, and diverse young people who deserve to have their names highlighted here!! So, if you want to find out who they are, press the button below and enjoy reading this post…

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Let’s talk about migrating this September

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Hi everyone, this September the theme will focus on the theme of migrating. When I say ‘migrating’, I’m not actually meaning the movements of animals, but rather the movement of people across the globe over the course of time. This theme is one I have been contemplating featuring for a while, so I hope you enjoy the selections of reads I have for you this month…

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My Favourite “Last” Lines

Hi everyone, I hope this month has been treating you well. It’s been a bit busy at work with many events and changes. This week is a personal post that is a little bit out of the ordinary. I had planned some time ago to share my favourite quotes but I realised there are many blogs out there with such content, so I decided to share my top seven ‘last’ quotes instead. For a bit more of an explanation click the button below… 

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Gift ideas for your bookworm friends and family

Hi everyone, it’s getting to that time again. You know, when you start counting the days until Christmas comes round again. And following your countdown so do any ideas for gifts. This week’s post is an advice post on the types of gifts the bookworm in your life would like based on the ones I’ve received… so, why don’t you go ahead and press the button to the inner sanctum of bookish gift giving…

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My Four Favourite Science Fiction Reads

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s post is another short-ish booklist for you of my favourite Science fiction reads. So friends, if you’re a fan of futuristic stories, or those set in space, then this is the week for you!!

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My favourite seasonal tween reads

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Booklists for you

Hi friends, this first week’s post will bring you a booklist of my favourite seasonal tween reads! Here you will be treated to a selection of titles that showcase the different seasons and feature a cast of characters that you could possibly fall in love with. So, if you’re ready, go ahead and press the button below…

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Let’s go bookish this August

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Hi everyone, this month I’ll be allowing my bookish side free reign. For those of you who like posts all about quirky aspects of being a bibliophile, all the posts of this month are definitely for you!! So, friends, settle down and wade into a whole month of bookish wonders…

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Kat and Meg conquer the world by Anna Priemaza

Hi everyone, this week’s review post is a teen read that left quite an impression on me when I read it sometime ago. I’m not someone who likes to give away too much right in the beginning, but if you’re into gaming and all things digital, then this could be a contender for you… why not give it a go then…

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