Books we love


Books we love

{February 2012}

World Book day is nearly here again (March 1st), Oli has already come home excited with his £1 book voucher, so I thought I'd do another book post.  Last year I went a bit crazy trying to pin down my favourite book EVER and completely stressed myself out! This year I've kept it simple by selecting the favourite books we've read this month - much easier!


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Slowdown Sunday

Slowdown Sunday

Today has been one of those days where I don't feel like doing a thing; I'm thankful it's a Sunday and have decided to give in to my mood without guilt (untill tomorrow when I think of all the things I could have done on this sunny day).  The boys have been very busy with Rugby practice and gardening while I have wondered aimlessly around the garden.  I have taken a few snaps on my phone to show what a lovely day it is and am writing this quickly while I feel inclined before I succumb to my mood with a cup of tea and my new book...

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World Book Day {2011}

'I write this sitting in the kitchen sink'...

World Book Day {2011}

...Well not really but as today is world book day and being an ardent book lover I thought it would be a great opportunity to share a couple of our favourite books. Our home is filled with books and I couldn't be without them, the children have also, to my delight, grown to be enthusiastic book lovers.  We have bookcases in most rooms (small piles of books can usually be found in those without) and I've got to the stage now that a book only makes the bookshelf if it is truly special; those that don't make the shelf I swap with friends.

I thought for a while about which book I could call my favourite and decided I couldn't possibly narrow it down to 1 or even ten; I cherish novels alongside cookery books, history books, plays, poems, travel books...the list goes on.  So I thought for this post the children and I would pick one book each from our favourites to share...

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