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Bookish Naughty List Tag #MPBooks

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Time to confess all of my bookish sins…

I saw this tag on Secret Library Book Blog and thought it looked fun especially as I feel like doing some fun tags this year 🙂  It was originally created by  A Page of Jenniely and was supposed to be about being on the Christmas naughty list for book sins.  As ever there are rules which are as follows:

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#BookHaul: Walker Books February 2018 #MPBooks

I received some lovely book post recently from the wonderful people at Walker Books.  It’s a mixture of both children’s and teen books and I can’t wait to read them! 😀  I hope you like the look of some of these titles.

First for the children’s books, a mix of board books, paper picture books and a gift set! (descriptions from a brief email from Walker Books):

 

Walker Books February children's 2018
A selection of various books!

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#BookReview: Mad Diet by Suzanne Lockhart #MPBooks

Mad Diet book coverTitle: Mad Diet

Author: Suzanne Lockhart

Publisher: Coronet

Genre: Non-fiction, Diet, Health

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Description: Are you depressed or struggling to lose weight?  You are not alone.  1 in 4 people are suffering from mental health problems and two thirds of us are obese or overweight.  Something is clearly very wrong.  Mad Diet lifts the lid on what is really going on with our food and provides an easy guide to restoring your mind and waistline.

Mad Diet provides a fresh new approach to healthy eating, in a market full of ‘gurus’ who don’t have the scientific knowledge to back up their claims, Suzanne Lockhart provides an accessible, scientific and empowering approach to healthy eating.Read More »

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#BookHaul: Bookbridgr February 2018 #MPBooks

I got this wonderful book post recently and wanted to share both the book and my excitement as I’ve been really looking forward to reading a good animal based story.

This book post is courtesy of Bookbridgr and the wonderful Hodder & Stoughton:

Bookbridgr February 2018 showing book and press release
I can’t wait to read this! 😀

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January 2018 Round-up #MPBooks

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So the first month of January feels as if it has flown by and I’ve been very busy.  Not only have I managed to post a lot of stuff on my blog and get back to pre-scheduling most posts, but I’ve also been busy in the offline world.  My time with blogging is going to be hampered a little bit though over the next month as I’ll be away for a bit, but I’ll still keep reading (I just can’t help but love reading!) and do my best to not let it look like I’ve disappeared.  To those kind friends who worry, don’t worry, I’m not pushing myself or anything, I have a lot of pre-saved posts all ready to go so you might not even notice I’m gone! lol  In the online world I also have some more exciting news to share but I want to save that until a little later when I’m sure everything’s going well.  So anyway, on to what’s happened in the last month…Read More »

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#BookReview: One Tiny Turtle by Nicola Davies & Jane Chapman #MPBooks

One Tiny Turtle book coverTitle: One Tiny Turtle

Author: Nicola Davies

Illustrator: Jane Chapman

Publisher: Walker Books

Genre: Children’s picture book, Non-fiction, Nature

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Description:  Watch one tiny sea turtle grow bigger and bigger – then follow her back to the beach where she was born…

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#Poetry: Dark Cavity #MPBooks

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After seeing the daily prompt word was Cavity, I decided to search for the word ‘cavity’ on Pixabay.com. The above picture was part of the search results and the following poem came about from my mind. But I have to warn you it’s not a happy one and may upset some people, though it’s an issue close to my heart so I felt it needed to be voiced. ❤Read More »