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    Jonah from Tonga

    Yes, well what can one say about a graphic novel full of this totally uncouth, to use an old fashioned word, youth who seems to […]

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    Chooks in Stilettos

    Chick-Lit at its best, this light hearted and totally irreverent look at the “glitzy” side of life is just the read for those days when […]

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    CuriositeaCuriosi-tea

    Man,Oh Man it’s getting hot It’s all too much and I’m a blot I’ll sit awhile with a cuppa tea And read the best the […]

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    The UFO Diaries

    Funny, witty, charming and in some parts downright unbelievable Martin Plowman takes you on a madcap, and often challenging, trip along the road to chasing […]

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    Embracing the ordinary

    Absurdity – does this relate to life as we know it today or has it always related to life as it is and always has […]

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    The Horologicon

    This is truly a book of words and a word on books – do pardon the pun – but what a joy to open the […]

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    Lists of Note

    Did you know that nursery rhymes are full of violence! Well, according to Geoffrey Chandler-Taylor in 1952, after having analysed more than 200 traditional nursery […]

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    The Wisdom of Woodstock

    Of all the Peanuts characters Woodstock would have to be the quiet achiever of the group as without uttering one single word manages to communicate […]

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    Family Matters

    This is a fabulous collection of stories told over many years, all laced with laughter, fun, warmth, tears and joy from Pat McDermott featuring her […]

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    Life Lessons from Lucy

    If you are having one of those down sort of days and nothing seems to cheer you up grab a copy of Life’s Lessons and […]

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    Travesty

    Before you read this book make very, very, sure you leave your ideas about life, death and particularly religion firmly some other place, as this […]

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    How Not to be an American

    The book is a bit too much to take in in one sitting but makes fascinating reading, chapter by chapter or section by section. However […]

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    How to Keep a Pet Squirrel

    “The squirrel makes a very attractive and interesting pet,” and so begins a charming tale. Axel Scheffler of The Gruffalo fame has yet again used […]

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