Shadow: a beautiful new picture book

Shadow by Lucy Christopher and Anastasia Suvorova tells the story of how, when a young girl moves house, she thinks her only friend is the shadow that lives under her bed.

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'A tiny gem of a novel'

Guest reviewer, Alun Severn rereads A Month In The Country by J.L. Carr, a former Booker prize nominated novel from a true British eccentric.

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What happens when a cough goes rogue?

Karen Argent has fun with Catch that Cough by Bonnie Bridgman and enjoys becoming part of the chase to capture the pesky nuisance. 

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One Hundred Memories

Karen Argent is thrilled to be part of the launch of a new book chronicling issues of memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.

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The Cockroach: trapped between Kafka and Swift

Ian McEwan's novella, The Cockroach, aims its fire at the follies of Brexit but doesn't hit home quite as you might expect.

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