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Rhain 16h
I am so in love with Miss Anne Elliot and Captain Frederick Wentworth! 😍😍
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Open Book Chocolates 21 Feb 18
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WriterChrisW May 10
Happy A little game for today. What were you forced to read for school that you ended up enjoying?
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Tim Green 4 Oct 17
I'm reading Frankenstein at the moment and it's a bit grim. I'll try a more cheery classic next.
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MeadowsideOak Mar 5
Our next mystery reader of the week ..... Mrs Burns, an English Teacher from Beaumont Collegiate Academy read a chapter from ‘The lion, the witch and the wardrobe’ to Year 6
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rubyru 5 Jul 18
My latest read The Secret Garden ♥ 🌹 🌷 🌲
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Patrick Alton Jul 12
If there were ever a book that could change the world, this is it.
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Christine Newhook 30 Nov 17
Wild Thursday night! #1984 ... any suggestions for my next novel?
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Stephen C Shirley Nov 28
I need a dictionary handy reading this Thomas Hardy novel. I am having fun reading it though!
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Emily Ferguson 27 Mar 18
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Diplomacy & Beyond Plus Jul 11
59 years of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’: A Literary Classic
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Usborne Books @ Home 10 Jan 18
We love a classic novel to take us back in time to our childhoods. This January we are loving 'The Wind in the Willows'. What takes you back?
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Louise Lyons 25 Jun 18
Purchased a copy of Pride and Prejudice at the weekend and I can’t wait to read it.
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Dallas Lee 29 Jun 18
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Melissa 1 Jan 18
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Butterfly Child Jan 14
Let’s celebrate the craziness that was Lewis Carroll, born today in 1898! Adventure Wonderland in Christchurch, Bournemouth is always worth a visit if you’re a fan!
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Lauren Dominici Oct 5
Book 36: The Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. This philosophical novel has the reader consider how Dorian paid the ultimate price for his beauty and youthfulness.
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Derek Desormeaux Dec 10
Not sure why I haven't read this book before. Seems to me everyone read it high school. I am glad that I finally got around to it. I enjoyed it. Holden is a character that most can relate closely to.
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Academic | Eton End Oct 29
Year 4 get their new class reader 'The Iron Man'.
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cherisse moe 27 Sep 17
Posting part 2 of my Green Days by the River article just because it opens in cinemas today nationwide!😌
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