Tag Archives: reading

What makes a Wonder Woman?

Today’s guest blog is from author Rosie Fiore, who has a new book out just now called ‘Wonder Women’. Rosie writes about what makes a wonder woman and shares with us some of the amazing women in her life. We … Continue reading

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Booked Up, Baby: World Book Day

To round off our World Book Day blog week we have a lovely post from Zoe Armstrong all about the love of reading and how we can share this with our children. Writer Zoe Armstrong lives in Brighton with her … Continue reading

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The Further Tale of Peter Rabbit – Book giveaway

Peter Rabbit is one of the best loved characters of all time and is no doubt part of your own and your children’s childhood. And now – 110 years after the first book was written in 1902, he’s back for … Continue reading

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The Tattooist by Louise Black

Today’s guest blog is from Louise Black, author of The Tattooist, an erotic novel published last month.  Louise has been writing for the Erotic Review for many years and this is her first published novel.  Here she writes about the … Continue reading

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Book Review – Four Children and It by Jacqueline Wilson reviewed by Hannah aged 11

One of the mini Team Netmums reviews Jacqueline Wilson’s latest book Four Children and It, which is available in bookstores on 16th August.  Hannah lives in Edinburgh, is aged 11 and has always been a bookworm. Jacqueline Wilson is one … Continue reading

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Reluctant readers

Todays’ guest blogger is T. M. Alexander, mum of three, who left LloydsTSB to pursue writing for children ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Got a reluctant reader? Read on . . . My friend used to rifle through book bags, desperate to map the … Continue reading

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