My stop on the “Things a Bright Girl Can Do” blog tour!

Hello everyone and welcome to my stop on this fantastic tour. Today Sally Nicholls share with us her farvourites “Suffragettes”! Enjoy! Evelyn Sharp Journalist, children’s author, pacifist, militant Suffragette and aid worker. How do I love thee, Evelyn Sharp? Let me count the ways. In the days when ‘female journalist’ meant agony aunt and knitting…

Book Review: “The Crash” by Lisa Drakeford

A car crashing into a house may be a rare occurrence but it does happen more than you might think. For our best friends Sophie and Tye, an uneventful TV with snacks afternoon is suddenly interrupted by an imploding wall buckling under the pressure of a car forcing its way through. One driver, two passengers,…

My stop on the “Perfectly Norman” tour with a review

What a perfect little picture book! Children will know very early if they feel “different” and will pick up that they don’t fit the norm if there is such a thing. The message from “Perfectly Norman” is that every child should be perfectly themselves and that sometimes it just means that they might just grow…

My stop on the #LolaOffline tour by Nicola Doherty + Giveaway

Hello everyone, And welcome to my stop on the #LolaOffline tour, with a rather beautifully perfumed post. Nicola basically described pretty much the corners of the streets where I grew up and everything in there is absolutely true. Paris with no ParaPharmacy is not Paris…(well, that’s only if you’re not too fussed about all the…

My stop on the #ChangeBook tour…with a poem

Hello everyone, Welcome to my stop on the #ChangeBook tour also known “A Change Is Gonna Come”. Today I will be introducing you to “Of Lizard Skin And Dust Storms” by Inua Ellams. Enjoy! “Of Lizard Skin And Dust Storms” by Inua Ellams of all the things I left behind of fresh suya and fura…