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As a judge for Wimbledon Bookfest, I read three hundred (and forty two) stories written by children between the ages of six and eleven.
This is what I learned.
First off, let me put one thing out there before anything else — I went into reading this book with the best… Read more My Take: “My Brother’s Name is Jessica” by John Boyne
Note To Readers: The Next few blog posts are from my Slovakia backlog. I am posting them quite a few… Read more Goodbye, SIDAS. Goodbye, Slovakia.
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Note To Readers: The Next few blog posts are from my Slovakia backlog. I am posting them quite a few… Read more Village Life
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In other news, it was my birthday last month, which means that I have managed to survive yet another orbit… Read more LEVEL UP! The Birthday Post
So, for those of you who don’t know, I’ve been back in Malta for the past six months now, though… Read more We have a bit of a backlog…
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