Holidays are the best times for you to READ! Don’t just sit around playing games, spend time with your nose in a phone or watch Netflix day in, day out! Make the most of that free time and get stuck in a good book! And if you’re travelling to spend the holidays someplace away from home, even better! Kill time by reading a book! Whether you’re on a plane, in a car, travelling by bus or cruising in the sea, read! You can read anywhere: in the kitchen, in the garden, at the park, at the beach, or even in the bathroom!
Here’s my latest catch, some of which were bought by Mr Dad (thank you so much!), but most borrowed from my local library. So far, I have managed to read 8 of them, which leaves me with another 9 to go! Stay tuned for my next posts, I’ll be sharing more about the books I’ve read with all of you fellow bookworms!
“When people ask me if I like reading, it’s like asking me if I like breathing.”
Here’s a complete list of the books as seen in the picture, from top to bottom:
- Through The Mirror Door – Sarah Baker
- Grandpa’s Great Escape – David Walliams
- The Wonderling – Mira Bartok
- The Bolds In Trouble – Julian Clary
- Book 3 of All The Wrong Questions: “Shouldn’t You Be In School?” – Lemony Snicket
- Wildwood – Colin Meloy
- Under Wildwood – Colin Meloy
- The Midnight Gang – David Walliams
- My Arch-Enemy is a Brain in a Jar – David Solomons
- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – Mark Twain
- Oliver Twist – Charles Dickens
- A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens
- The Song From Somewhere Else – A.F. Harrold
- The Tiffin – Mahtab Narsimhan
- Wilderness – Roddy Doyle
- Where The World Ends – Geraldine McCaughrean
- Where My Wellies Take Me – Michael Morpurgo *missing from the picture*
WARNING: MAY CAUSE HYSTERICAL CRYING
Hey there pawsome peeps! Long time no see…
This post is going to be another book review for a different book that I read for the BFR. If you read the warning above, then you will know that this book is very emotional! Anyway, the book that I have chosen for today is called…Dear Olly by Michael Morpurgo! FYI, Michael Morpurgo is an award-winning author! This story is told by three voices and I had tears in my eyes whilst I was reading it!
The main characters in this book are called Olly, Matt and Hero (a swallow). Olly is waiting for her brother, Matt, to come back home as she watches the swallows leaving for Africa. When Hero the scarlet-ringed swallow journeys to where his companions are, he has to dodge numerous obstacles. And Matt could never have imagined what was going to happen to him at the African orphanage. Will he be able to travel back to England, his home country?
I am going to stop right there! I don’t want to go too far! This book is a truly soul-gripping tale. I would recommend it to people who are into thrills, family and love. It is definitely a must-read. That’s why I’m rating it…4 stars!! There is just one thing I would change about it. I personally think that it would be better if it was written in the first person. But overall, it was an excellent book! If you would like to get your hands on this book, visit your local library today to read it!
Wow! Is that the time already? I’m afraid I’m going to have to say goodbye pawsome peeps! But don’t worry, I’m just around the corner! Look out for more book reviews from my Pawsome Book Club and see you soon!
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