A book in the hand is worth two on the net

Karen Argent considers why having real books to look at is always superior to browsing the internet.

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The making of a legend

Tressell: The Real Story of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Dave Harker explores the legend that is Robert Tressell and the extraordinary story of how his novel found its way into print.

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An anthology of rugby stories

Can Tom Palmer's anthology of exciting rugby stories, Rugby Academy, win over a confirmed ruggaphobe...?

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Appointment in Arezzo

Guest reviewer, Alun Severn considers the pleasures and pitfalls of literary memoir and biography with a specific focus on Alan Taylor's portrait of Muriel Spark

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The Happiness Tree

Karen Argent enjoys reading The Happiness Tree by Danny English, illustrated by Miriam Hull, with her four year-old granddaughter

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