Hungry Hearts edited by Elsie Chapman

Hi everyone, this week is a review of an ebook I read over lockdown last year. This week’s selection is actually a teen read with stories that have a culinary theme running through them. However friends, beware… for this is not an ordinary book… but one of… well… why don’t you click below to find out…

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A trio of reading treats for you

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s booklist post is meant to get your taste buds dancing with a selection of diverse reads on food and cooking! I hope you like these reads as they were ones that had me licking my lips long after the books had ended!!

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All Four Stars series by Tara Dairman

Hi everyone, welcome to June’s first post. This post will detail a cute trilogy of reads I found quite by chance about the most adorable food-loving young girl and her culinary adventures. If you like smart young girls who have more confidence in the kitchen than me, then go ahead and press the button below.

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Let’s enjoy food this June

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Hi everyone, this cooler month of June I will be featuring books on food and cooking. Two words I thought would not be popular with tween readers; but the ones I found were all quite quirky and interesting that I felt I had to share it with you. So, if you want to find out more, click below to see what’s in store for you this month…

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The Crossover by Kwame Alexander

Hi everyone, welcome to the last post for May. This week’s review post features a teen read that kept popping up on all sorts of book lists when I was researching this month’s theme. With mature themes and content, this is one of those that will surely be tagged as a ‘Modern Classic’!! Have a read of my review below…

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Forget-me-not by Ellie Terry

Hi everyone, welcome to the first week of May. For someone who calls the southern hemisphere home, I always equate May with spring. It must be all those books I’ve read!! Anyway, for this week, I’ve got a lovely little book I enjoyed a few years ago while visiting my sister in the UK!! Why not click below to find out what this book is…

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Let’s enjoy poetry this May

Hi everyone, welcome to the colder month of May, well… for us down in New Zealand anyway! Those who live elsewhere: oh how I envy your warmer summer days to come!! This month could be about seasons, people, love… well… anything really as it celebrates poetry. To see what I actually intend on sharing with you why not press the button below now…

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My tween years in boarding school

Hi everyone, here is this month’s personal post. It’s all about the major change in my own life I experienced when I was a tween. I’m not sure if I had mentioned it before, but I spent the equivalent of middle school in a boarding school in England. I know, it sounds different than what you think though. Have a read below for the whole story…

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