What do we hide inside ourselves?
Toby has always considered himself lucky. And people have always assumed he can get away with anything. But one night can change anything. One night is all it takes for Toby’s life to change forever. Continue reading “The Wych Elm”
It’s never too early to start reading with your children. And we all know that books are the best way for them to get familiar with historical facts and figures. Today, we explore a wonderful book about Simone de Beauvoir by Quarto Publishing Group. Continue reading “Children’s Book Tuesday: Simone de Beauvoir”
A kingdom suffering because of a cursed Prince.
A young woman with a tough life.
Two worlds apart, that will collide in the most unexpected way.
Prince Rhen has watched his kingdom suffer for too long. The borders of Emberfall are in danger of invasion, and his people are suffering from hunger and long winters. But he can do nothing about it; his own curse is in the way. Continue reading “Editor’s Pick: A Curse So Dark And Lonely”
Once upon a time
On midwinter’s solstice, on the banks of Thames, Swan Inn is full of villagers who try to stay warm and dry by the fire. When the door suddenly pens, an injured man comes in and collapses. In his arms lies a child around four years of age, that seems already drowned.
But, although everyone seems sure that the little girl is dead, her pulse comes back, and her eyes flutter open.
How can a child come back from the dead? Continue reading “Must-reads: Once Upon A River”
Houppeland is very, very happy place.
In fact, you’re not allowed to be anything but happy, cheerful and festive. Continue reading “Graphic Novel Thursday: Joylandia”
You love Shakespeare. But what about your children?
Nearly no one can deny that Shakespeare was a great figure of English theatre. Of course, there was also the creation of word – did you know that a lot of the words we use nowadays come from the man himself? Clearly, reading Shakespeare’s works has a lot of advantages. And children could also learn a lot from his works, and in the same time enjoy them. Continue reading “Children’s Book Tuesday: A stage full of Shakespeare stories”