Posts Tagged: classic childrens literature

On the fairy tale kiss

I’ve just finished the second book of Grimm’s Fairy Tales that I’ve been reading this week, and something has struck me – there is a distinct absence of the Fairytale kiss! Disney has taught us that all good fairy tale

On the fairy tale kiss

I’ve just finished the second book of Grimm’s Fairy Tales that I’ve been reading this week, and something has struck me – there is a distinct absence of the Fairytale kiss! Disney has taught us that all good fairy tale

On hissing ripples and natural lemonade

‘What a joyful thing it is to awaken, on a fresh, glorious morning, and find the rising sun staring into your face with dazzling brilliancy! to see the birds twittering in the bushes, and to hear the murmuring of a

On hissing ripples and natural lemonade

‘What a joyful thing it is to awaken, on a fresh, glorious morning, and find the rising sun staring into your face with dazzling brilliancy! to see the birds twittering in the bushes, and to hear the murmuring of a

On a Mad Tea Party

I stayed up later than I should have last night to finish ‘The View from Saturday’ by E. L. Konigsburg. I really, really liked it, but I don’t have time before I go to work to tell you all the

On a Mad Tea Party

I stayed up later than I should have last night to finish ‘The View from Saturday’ by E. L. Konigsburg. I really, really liked it, but I don’t have time before I go to work to tell you all the

On journeys through Bookland

I know, I know, I’ve been neglecting the ol’ blog a bit this week, but it has been rather frantic! In the last two weeks, Adelaide Fringe has launched their 2013 program, I’ve submitted my last uni assignment for the

On journeys through Bookland

I know, I know, I’ve been neglecting the ol’ blog a bit this week, but it has been rather frantic! In the last two weeks, Adelaide Fringe has launched their 2013 program, I’ve submitted my last uni assignment for the