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Sam Gayton – The Snow Merchant

Sam Gayton writes children books and plays. I had never heard of him until my boyfriend put his book in my hands and said: “You have to read this, this sounds really cool! I’m buying this for you!” Continue reading “Sam Gayton – The Snow Merchant”

E.B. White – Charlotte’s Web

Charlotte’s Web is a children’s novel written by E.B. White and illustrated by Garth Williams. It was first published back in the 1956 and since then has been a favourite for many kids and adults.  Continue reading “E.B. White – Charlotte’s Web”

J. R. R. Tolkien – Letters from Father Christmas

J. R. R. Tolkien was an English high-fantasy writer, best known for his Lord of the Rings series and The Hobbit. Continue reading “J. R. R. Tolkien – Letters from Father Christmas”

Sally Gardner – I, Coriander

Sally Gardner is a British writer, who writes for all ages and all tastes. Continue reading “Sally Gardner – I, Coriander”

Roald Dahl – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a dark children’s book by British author Roald Dahl and illustrated by the amazing Quentin Blake. Continue reading “Roald Dahl – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

Roald Dahl – Matilda

Roald Dahl is a very well known children story writer, his Matilda won the Children’s Book Award shortly after it was published in 1988 and still is loved by many children and adults. Continue reading “Roald Dahl – Matilda”

Justin Fisher – Ned’s Circus of Marvels

I would like to thank Netgalley, publisher and the author for a free digital copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. Continue reading “Justin Fisher – Ned’s Circus of Marvels”

Roald Dahl – The BFG

There’s no need to introduce Roald Dahl… Continue reading “Roald Dahl – The BFG”

Roald Dahl – The Witches

The Witches by Roald Dahl is one of his world famous children’s stories that was first published in 1983 and even has a film adaption… Continue reading “Roald Dahl – The Witches”

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