Let’s move houses with tweens

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this first week is all about those stories which feature a house move of some sort. And of course what our young heroes and heroines think about it all!! This week is a booklist of ten of my favourite reads featuring some adventurous, a few scary… oops… I’ll let you find out the rest below…

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Tweens and their changing lives this April

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Hi everyone, this April I thought of venturing into the changing world we find in most tween reads. Tweens face a changing world when they leave behind their childhood and face the impending teenage years. The books I’ve collected for this month will showcase other changes they face in their young lives. Go on… you want to find out what I’m talking about…

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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 little bookish this February

Hi everyone, this month I’m going a little bookish!! Yes, you read that right. The whole of February will have bookish related topics for every week. So folks, if you were after something to tickle your inner bibliophile, this is the month to get stuck into…

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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 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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My reflections for this year…

Hi everyone, welcome to this first week of December. Summer has arrived in her glory. Here in Auckland we’re slowly enjoying our new found freedom as lockdown restrictions ease. This first post from me is actually one on my personal growth, healing and indulgence. I thought I should reflect on the year that has passed and share a bit of what I’ve been through. 

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Welcome to December 2021

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Reflecting on this year…

Hi everyone, summer has definitely arrived here in New Zealand. The pohutukawa tree in front of my father’s house has bloomed signaling the beginning of the season. Work is well under way in my library as restrictions ease and the kids are excited for Christmas!! Instead of focusing on a theme for this month I thought I’d give a mixture of festive reads along with some reflective writing on how the year has gone for me!!

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