Little Cuties

Telephone by Mac Barnett This whole little book happens at the same place and is all about passing a message for Peter to come home for dinner. Just love it. Tickle My Ears  by Jorg Muhle Tap on the shoulder,change into pajamas, fluff the pillow, say Hoppity Hop, tickle ears, gently stroke the back, goodnight kiss. […]

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Biterness

Jessica  by Bryce Courtenay Jessica  nickname Tea Leaf Joe her father Hester the mother and Mag the elder sister who reckon Jack as the perfect rich husband Jack who dies at war Just another STUPID-AND-HELPLESS, but it’s twisted with the big background of histories of Aboriginal tribes in Australia. All in all IT’s a sad story, […]

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Magician

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern I assume it too long and boring and too many unnecessary details for a child to read . BUT the anticipation part is really intriguing.

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Knitbone Pepper

Knitbone Pepper and a Horse Called Moon, (Knitbone Pepper Series, Book 3), by Claire Barker, read by Rosie Jones audio book Starcross Hall Knitbone Pepper’s beloved owner Winnie  

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Silblings

My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult Kate the older sister, has acute promyelocytic leukemia. Anna Jesse the brother Needs quite a  medical vocabulary. But I do hate Hollywood perfect-ending, because it is actually sort of DISHONEST with reality. Highlights In my life, though, the building was on fire, one of my children was in it- and the […]

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Places Wanderings

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven Finch who can speak different accent, who does nightly run, who asks whether it’s the day to die. Violet the girl who lost her sister and blamed herself for that always. All the right places that mean something to them, where they left part of themselves behind. People react […]

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Sort out the mess

The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens Perfect article for a movie Carl who suffered guilty for not saving a girl’s life in Vietnam was mistaken for a murder-after-rape. Joe the colleague student who must take care of his autistic little brother Jeremy and hysterical mother. Lila is very smart and cute. AUDIOBOOK by Zach Villa      

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