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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Six reasons why your tween should read graphic novels

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Bookish advice

Hi everyone, this week’s post will be delving into my six reasons why I think your tween should read graphic novels!! Yes, I, Miss Mahee, endorse the reading of graphic novels for all ages, young and old, whether they be a child, tween, teen, or even adult!! To find out exactly what my reasons are press the button below. Even if you are someone who’s not sure…it won’t hurt to just have a read…

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True stories in graphic novels

Hi everyone, this week’s additional post is highlighting a small selection of true stories I found in graphic novel format or nonfiction graphics to be exact. To be honest, I wanted to add a bit more, but I had to restrain myself from bombarding you all with amazing titles. So, here below I will give you a short list of titles that I enjoyed! 

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Fascinating graphics for tweens

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Booklists for you

Hi everyone, this week’s post will take the form of a booklist, with a slight twist. Since I started delving into the world of graphic novels for younger readers, I found a large number of titles in many different themes and topics. Click below to find out which titles I’ve read and found interesting…

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A graphic novel series for girls

Hi everyone, welcome to this first review post for April. The series of graphic novels I’ll be reviewing is the acclaimed Sunny series written and illustrated by best-selling brother-sister duo, Jennifer and Matthew Holm. If you enjoy heartfelt reads, this delightful graphic novel series will never disappoint…go on…give it a go!!

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April is for Graphic novels

Hi everyone, welcome to the month of April. The seasons are changing here in New Zealand, and after a couple of scary lockdowns here in Auckland, life is slowly returning to working pace. As my title suggests I plan on showcasing titles that have been made into graphic novels this month. For those who enjoy this popular format, this month is all for you!!

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My thoughts on book covers

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Hi everyone, welcome to this week’s blog post. Unlike the reviews and personal posts I’ve been writing in the past, this one will take a different approach and style. As my title states, in this post I will be discussing all things to do with ‘book covers’!! Yes, that’s right, this book blogger is about to take you on a journey into her fascination with book covers…

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Book covers for March

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Why you should judge a book by it’s cover

Hi everybody, this month has a ‘bookish’ theme to it. I aim to delve into the topic of book covers. I know, it doesn’t sound quite ‘literary’ to hardcore bibliophiles, but I’m sure you wonder if my choice of reads are dependent on their covers. You might be right, or…maybe you should read ahead to find out my reasoning…

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Librarians from history

Hi all, I hope I haven’t been boring anyone with all things to do with libraries!! This last week I wanted to showcase the amazing people who as librarians have been pioneers in the world of literacy and reading. I know there are many amazing and famous librarians throughout history who have achieved so much, but the post that follows is about two exceptional librarians and their life stories!! I hope you enjoy them!!

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