Countless by Karen Gregory

I inhaled this book. I was emotionally involved from the very start and couldn't bear to put it down.  'When Hedda discovers she is pregnant, she doesn't believe she could ever look after a baby. The numbers just don't add up. She is young, and still in the grip of an eating disorder that controls... Continue Reading →

We Come Apart

There are some authors whom you cherish. Their words bring you to life. Their books are stroked and collected in different editions. A new book's publishing date is scribbled on your calendar and you inhale┬áit when it arrives. There are so many authors whose work sends me a bit giddy like that and Sarah Crossan... Continue Reading →

Books for a Future

We are all reeling from the American election results and the impact a Trump-led leadership is already having on tolerance, equality and justice. And all that on top of our own Brexit backlash! This shift to a right wing leadership is going to have a huge impact on the most vulnerable in our communities and... Continue Reading →

Books about books

Not much makes me happier than a book. And a book about books and storytelling is likely to make me do a little happy dance. I came across these stunners in my local children's book shop Bags of Books. I was looking for some great books to add to The Rainbow Library for International Book... Continue Reading →

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