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Fashion of the month - January

SCARVES!!!
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Scarves are an 'epic' thing to brighten up a dull top with floral patterns, or delicate designs. Scarves look so pretty, and are a great wake-up call to spring and summer fashion. I know it's only January, but it's a great thing to be thinking about getting for a few months time! Also for winter, thick, woollen scarves with matching mittens and earmuffs are amazingly cosy, and never go out of style.


Book Review - Feel The Fear

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Feel the Fear by Lauren Child is another book in the Ruby Redfort series that i've mentioned before. In this incredible tale, Ruby is facing a more ghostly adventure with Spectrum, (a secret spy organisation Ruby works for), involving unexpected burglaries, and loyalty card codes.

In the first book of the series, one of Ruby's colleagues murders Valerie 'nine lives' Capaldi, right? It can't be possible for her to be alive, right? Although there is some very impossible happenings going on, in very high up places. Will Ruby face her fears and confront the enemy, or fail to prevent a thrilling finale? I'm so excited, the next book in the series is coming out soon and I can't wait to get it!

Rating: 5/5 stars

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Book Review - Anne Of Green Gables

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Anne Of Green Gables by L . M . Montgomery is a classic book about an orphan named Anne (spelt with an 'e' of course), who is adopted by Mathew and Marilla Cuthbert, although doesn't make a very good first impression as Marilla wanted a boy, to help her brother on the farm. On the contrary, a mistake occurred, meaning Anne was chosen instead. Her fate was not helped by her rather talkative nature, and ability to turn even the simplest things into a disaster.

However, once she'd settled in a bit, Anne finds that she is very popular with the other students in her class and makes a lot of friends. Follow her story as she grows up in her world of imagination, religion, education and friendships in and out of lessons, until she faces the hardest exams of all. Will she pass, and win the highest honour, or fail and give up?

Rating: 4/5 stars

Book Review - Girl Online

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Girl Online by Zoe Sugg (more commonly known as Zoella) is a brilliant book for teenagers , about a girl called Penny Porter, who is easily embarrassed by practically anything. She writes a blog, under the name Girl Online, that's just about the only place she feels herself.

Given a one in a lifetime opportunity of a 2-week holiday to New York, Penny is delighted, but also apprehensive. Once, when she was littler, she was travelling in her car, when it suddenly flipped over! Everyone inside the car was OK, but the incident caused Penny to have sort of panic attacks whenever she felt like she did in the car that day. She was nervous - what if she had an attack on the plane? - but she went and was fine. In fact, she was more than fine, as she meets the most gorgeous boy ever, in the area she's staying in! But will the friendship last, or could something go horribly wrong?

Now her new book, Girl Online: On Tour is out and is amazing!

Rating: 5…

Book Review - The Running Boy

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The Running Boy is a book by Joel Toombs about a boy named Howie who fights as a soldier in WW1. The story shows how he finds love, and faces the terrors of the wars, being made to do things he really doesn't want to do. The story starts in Whitby, where Howie and his two friends Polly and Freddy watch their home town being bombed, before making up their minds to join the army. However, not everything goes to plan, and Howie is separated from his friends, and faces war alone, although he is two years under age. Will Howie face his fears alone, or set off back home to his family? Now available on amazon, or www.rocketfuelhq.com/joeltoombs. It is also available on kindle, at www.tinyurl.com/kindleTRB. The kindle edition costs £3.60, and a paperback copy is £10.

Rating: 5/5 stars

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