Category Archives: Books

November Updates + The thing that has made me Super Happy!

Hello everyone! Here today with some fabulous updates – because everyone loves updates! πŸ™‚

So, it was my birthday on Monday. I am so grateful to my friends and family for all of the amazing gifts I recieved. Comment below if you want me to do a birthday haul post.

Also, I have been hard at work in my lovely new colouring book:


The pages are made from card-like material so that you can pull out your finished pictures and put them in a frame. Aaaah! How nice. πŸ˜›

And another thing; LOOK WHAT I FOUND!


Some of you may be aware that I have an obsession with Shakespeare… Today I found this ‘Complete Works of William Shakespeare’ book from when my mum did her English Literature degree. Mum, why didn’t you tell me about this?! πŸ˜€ I don’t know which play to read first! (I’ll probably go for Twelfth Night or maybe Hamlet.)


Hope you liked my random bits of information.


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Book Club: week 1

The children sat around the room, chattering excitedly. Mrs Robinson hushed them, and then spoke…

‘Hello children! Welcome to the first meeting of Bluebell village book club!’ Mrs Robinson said excitedly ‘So, this week, we read ‘The Hunger Games’. What did everyone think?’


‘Well,’ began Jessica Buckley, ‘I thought it was very good, but it is definitely better for older readers. There is quite a lot of violence!’

The group nodded in agreement.


‘What do you think, Lola?’

‘I really enjoyed this book, it was soooo good! I am now a huge Hunger Games fan! Katniss is justΒ  like me, we’re both really brave.’

‘Well, I actually didn’t think it was too great,’ Frances Robinson said much to the group’s surprise ‘It isn’t really my thing, I wouldn’t normally choose to read it. Plus I thought it was really depressing, and I like happy books!’

‘Well, everyone has their own opinion’ Mrs Robinson said ‘so, here is your next book, I hope you enjoy it! Oh, and I won’t forget the snacks next time!’


Hope you liked it. πŸ˜‰ You will have to wait until next week to see what they are reading….