• REVIEW OF BIG NATE AND FRIENDS

    I had a book from this series earlier also but I thought it is too boring for me as I am not a COMIC-TYPE person but when I reluctantly ordered this book and started to read, I developed an immediate liking for it as this book is not boring as it seems to be.I couldn't stop reading (with enthusiasm of course) after I read the first chapter.
    It was one of the hilarious AND funniest comic after Cal...

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  • Elizabeth Laird - An author inspired by real life adventures

    “I always wanted to be a traveller. A railway line ran past the garden of my childhood home, and I used to lie awake listening to the trains chug by, wishing I was on one of them.” Elizabeth Laird
    Multiple award winner, Elizabeth Laird’s books are inspired by her globetrotting adventures. She has lived, taught and travelled all over the world, from Ethiopia, Malaysia and India, to Lebanon,...

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  • Some great books of yesteryears children should read

    "Fearless" series by Francine Pascal
    1999 - 2004
    Recommended for children above 12 years

    Published in 1999, the first book in the series, "Fearless" was named one of YALSA's "Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers" for 2001. Francine Pascal is also the writer of the highly popular series "Sweet Valley High" with 603 books and 88 TV episodes.

    Fearless series by Francine Pascal follow...

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  • The Chemist - No paranormal romancing anymore!

    After a staggering sale of over 155 million copies of "Twilight", the next novel, "The Host" which sold about 6.5 million copies, did generate some interest, but could not compete with the earlier novel. Despite the theme featuring shape shifters, vampires and werewolves, "The Host" was considered a grown-up novel, though many adult readers did not think it as a unputdownable.

    Targeting a simil...

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