Posts Tagged: classic literature

On cocoanuts growing on cocoanut trees

I’m immensely enjoying ‘The Coral Island’ by R. M. Ballantyne, and am almost looking forward to having to take the bus for the first time in a long time this morning because it means I have some reading time! I’m

On cocoanuts growing on cocoanut trees

I’m immensely enjoying ‘The Coral Island’ by R. M. Ballantyne, and am almost looking forward to having to take the bus for the first time in a long time this morning because it means I have some reading time! I’m

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

The Globe Bookstore & Cafe, Prague

Visited this English Bookshop yesterday. Cosy & quaint, it has a vast range of classics and second-hand books. Not a lot of children’s books though! It seems that not a lot of English books for children are sold in Europe,

The Globe Bookstore & Cafe, Prague

Visited this English Bookshop yesterday. Cosy & quaint, it has a vast range of classics and second-hand books. Not a lot of children’s books though! It seems that not a lot of English books for children are sold in Europe,

On rearranging shelves

It was Thursday night shopping tonight, and I spent the evening rearranging our bookshop’s ‘children’s classics’ section. In fact, I did a bit of renovating, and added in some extra shelves, as the books were rather crammed. I put the

On rearranging shelves

It was Thursday night shopping tonight, and I spent the evening rearranging our bookshop’s ‘children’s classics’ section. In fact, I did a bit of renovating, and added in some extra shelves, as the books were rather crammed. I put the