Hanham – AD sent for review

Hanham

I get asked to review books a lot, and as a book-worm I’m always intrigued to see where a new book will take me.  Some I really enjoy, others maybe not so much and then there are those that I just can’t put down, but don’t want to end.  Hanham… Continue reading »

The Story of the First World War for Children – AD sent for review and giveaway

The Story of the First World War for Children

You may recall that we recently reviewed The Story of the First World War for Children.  I was so impressed with this book that I was eager to complete the set with The Story of the First World War for Children.  I think it’s really important for my nine-year old… Continue reading »

Space Race – AD sent for review and giveaway

Space Race The Story of Space Exploration

I often reflect on the differences between my own childhood and my son’s and the biggest change has to be technology and the availability of information at the touch of a button.  I can remember learning about space as a child and it was grainy images on an old TV… Continue reading »

A Perfect Explanation – AD sent for review

A Perfect Explanation

Today I’d like to introduce you to a book I read last month which will be published on 15th March through Salt Publishing.  A Perfect Explanation  is written by Eleanor Anstruther and is a fictional story based on her own aristocratic family.  This is part of a blog tour, you can… Continue reading »

The Dinner List – AD sent for review

The Dinner List

If you could invite anyone to dinner, dead or alive, who would you invite? I’ve often wondered how lovely it would be to spend an evening talking to the grandparents I either never knew, or those who died when I was a children. In The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle… Continue reading »

The Story of the Second World War for Children – AD sent for review and giveaway

The Story of the Second World War for Children

I never got to study the Second World War at school, if I’d stayed in Surrey for my O’levels I’d have studied it then, and when I arrived in Oxfordshire, it was in the syllabus for the year before you took your options.  So that all meant that I had… Continue reading »