Hello everyone, this week’s post encapsulates some of my all-time favourite subjects and genres; archaeology, ancient history, adventure, and mystery mixed in with an action-packed story about a family. And yes, the two main characters are a pair of siblings who get into all kinds of trouble!! Have fun reading these!!Continue reading “Jake Atlas series by Rob Lloyd Jones”
Hi everyone, hope you enjoyed the earlier post this week. Here are a few other similar reads about siblings for you to check out. These stories all tackle some sort of serious issue in the most delicate manner thanks to some amazing writing from these authors. If anyone has come across any other contemporary stories about brothers and sisters, please let me know.Continue reading “A few contemporary sibling stories to enjoy”
Hi there, today’s post features a contemporary story of a pair of siblings facing some troubled times. It’s books like these that keep me grateful for what I do have and opens my heart out to young people who are actually living lives similar to these. Despite the struggles of these characters, their story is one liked reading, armed with a box of tissues!! If you think you’re brave enough, then dear followers, please read on…
Hello all, welcome to July’s first book review. This first sibling story is a historical read. It is set sometime in the last century and tells a fascinating story of ballet, and siblings, of course. Fans of Billy Elliot will enjoy this book!Continue reading “Thursday’s Children by Rumer Godden”
Hello everyone, welcome to the chilly month of July. Winter has finally arrived after quite a warm first half of the year. Our days are shorter and colder. My sister, who lives in the UK, is enjoying her summer holidays with her young family! Often I wish I was there, but for me, the only great thing, apart from the weather in the UK now, is the amiable relationship I have with her. So, this month, I’m featuring tween stories about siblings, and the unique bond that having a brother or sister gives you.
Hello all to this last post for June!! This post is a biography that caught my eye a few years ago, and being the generous person that I am, passed it onto my mother, who ended up recommended it to her friends before I had a chance to read it!! Yes, the book was that good. If you want to find out more, read on… (I did read it in the end!!)
Hello all to this extra post!! If you enjoyed When Dimple met Rishi as I did I hope you enjoy this small selection of similar teen stories I found lurking on the shelves. There seem to be more diverse stories for teens out there now, and these few tell of young Indian girls and boys who are growing up in these modern times.Continue reading “A few extra teen reads”