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Room On The Broom

Advantages: Fantastic Book with Amazing illustrations
Disadvantages: None

Room On The Broom is written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffer. Fantastic book wih amazing illustrations. Julia Donaldson is best known for her prize-winning picture books, but she began her career as a singer and a songwriter, and e ...

debmercury 21.02.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Room on the Broom Board Book - Julia Donaldson

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help the witch

Advantages: great fun
Disadvantages: none

The witch acompanied by a striped cat go for a ride on her broom but it is a very windy and blustery night, before long the witches hat blows away in the wind, they go to find it only to find that a spotted dog has already found the hat, he returns it and ...

danniell 21.03.2009 · Read full review
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Room on the Broom - Julia Donaldson

Advantages: The perfect formula for getting children engaged in reading.
Disadvantages: None, if you buy the board book. Paperback gets worn out more quickly!

This board book is a definite must. We started off with the paperback version and have read it so many times it's falling to bits! My two boys aged 5 years and 3 years, both love joining in with the amusing rhyming story that has repetitive words and ...

pennelope2 04.12.2007 · Read full review
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A moving search for the "Great Perhaps".

Advantages: Incredibly well written, moving, philosophical
Disadvantages: Some parents may find the content a bit strong for young teens

"Looking for Alaska" is the first book by the author John Green who also wrote the very popular "The Fault in Our Stars" which has recently been made into a hit film. My 15 year old son recommended the book to me and so I read it and am very glad that I ...

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Review of Looking for Alaska - John Green

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I'm still looking for the soul of Looking for Alaska

Advantages: Emotional in places, well written for the young adult market
Disadvantages: Some sexual content, characters a bit annoying in places.

Looking for Alaska was a book recommended to me by a younger friend of mine, she had recently read it and had been raving about it and although young adult fiction is not normally my genre of choice given that I am a little outside their usual age bracket ...

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