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When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit Review

One of the children’s stories about World War Two that I have heard a few people mention was When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit and as luck would have it our local library had it on their shelves so we decided … Continue reading

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Raven Boy – historical fiction set in 1666 London

When I first spotted this book and saw the blurb on the back I was immediately intrigued – a story about a young boy living through the Great Plague of 1666 and the fire of London, who also befriends a … Continue reading

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Children of Winter a story about the plague with a time slip.

I am not sure how I heard about this book – I think it was on someone’s book list and I saw it was a story about the plague so I thought why not, we have not read any stories … Continue reading

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Library Books January 2022

We have always used our local library but at our old house going to the library meant a car trip. Since we moved a trip to our library is now just a 10 minute walk. So as I am sure … Continue reading

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Horrible Geography Books are a Win

I really did not know what to expect when I ordered these books. I had never seen one of them before but I took a chance based on the fact that my son has really enjoyed reading the Horrible History … Continue reading

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