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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Tweens of today with their fathers

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s post has for your reading pleasure a booklist of contemporary reads featuring tween girls of today with their fathers. Hope you all find something here that speaks to all lovers of fiction…

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Historical tweens and their fathers

Hi everyone, welcome to my first review post for September celebrating fathers and daughters!! It was a little challenging trying to find appropriate historical reads with this important relationship, but I’d like to think that I managed quite well. If you’re now curious to know what I found, continue by pressing the button 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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Welcome to August

Meet my favourite tween genres this month

Hi everyone, for August’s theme I have decided to share with you my favourite genres of tween reads. I’m guessing at least some of my followers have guessed what they are by now, but if you fall under the majority, well….read on to find out!

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Loot: how to steal a fortune by Jude Watson

Hi everyone, this first post will reveal an intriguing mystery read that you will find very hard to put down!! If you or your tween enjoy mysteries with thieves and adventure and expensive….oops…almost revealed the whole story !! You’ll have to press the button to find out!!

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Welcome to May 2021

Hi everyone, this merry month of May I will be treating you to a mixed selection of titles in my posts. The reason I’ve done this is not because I’ve run out of ideas, but I’m working on some future themes for the coming year, and planning on working on some of my resolutions!! So, if you’re interested, read on…

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Circa now by Amber McRee Turner

Hi everyone, this week’s post is a review of a quirky and moving book I found some time ago. The edition I read had a different cover but the story still lingers in my memories. I hope you enjoy this read and getting to know young Circa and her family…

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The Parker Inheritance by Varian Johnson

Hi there, this last post for the month is a mystery read that had me captivated at every page. It was also one of the few books I had managed to take out from my library before New Zealand went into lockdown in March so I ended up reading it at least three times!! See what you think…

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A million ways home by Dianna Dorisi-Winget

Hi everyone, welcome to the first week of September. The title I selected for this week was one that reduced me to tears when I read it. Filled with heart, courage and ….well…you’re just going to have to continue and start reading the review to find out the rest!!

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