Posts Tagged: Harriet the Spy

On children’s books telling us about life

As you can no doubt tell from my blog, I love children’s books, and I love quotes. So you can tell how much I liked this list of quotes from children’s books, which I stumbled on through the magic of

On children’s books telling us about life

As you can no doubt tell from my blog, I love children’s books, and I love quotes. So you can tell how much I liked this list of quotes from children’s books, which I stumbled on through the magic of

On reading the same book but reading different stories

I’m well on my way reading my next book on my ‘1001 Children’s Books I Must Read Before I Grow Up (Too Much)‘ list – Clockwork, or All Wound Up, by Philip Pullman. Or rather, I am well on my

On reading the same book but reading different stories

I’m well on my way reading my next book on my ‘1001 Children’s Books I Must Read Before I Grow Up (Too Much)‘ list – Clockwork, or All Wound Up, by Philip Pullman. Or rather, I am well on my

On rude children and why they are so fun

I finished ‘Harriet the Spy’ by Louise Fitzhugh this afternoon, and the fact that I read it so quickly shows how much I enjoyed it. I didn’t actually know what it was about, really, before I picked it up, but

On rude children and why they are so fun

I finished ‘Harriet the Spy’ by Louise Fitzhugh this afternoon, and the fact that I read it so quickly shows how much I enjoyed it. I didn’t actually know what it was about, really, before I picked it up, but