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  • Lists of Note
    Lists of Note Did you know that nursery rhymes are full of violence! Well, according to Geoffrey Chandler-Taylor in 1952, after having analysed more than 200 traditional nursery rhymes, came to the conclusion that more than half of these harboured ‘unsavoury elements’.  He then went on to publish this information in his book. Following this, he then created a truly magnificent list of the violence found in the said rhymes.
  • The Classics Magpie
    The Classics Magpie Beautifully titled for the content this is definitely a Magpies collection of odd bits and pieces, which becomes addictive after reading the first story relating to Chariot racing and Roman hooliganism circa AD 51-96: after all what is really new in the world! Now it is just very fast cars.
  • Whispers the Falling Snow
    Whispers the Falling Snow Track one lets you straight into the ambience of the music as you can almost hear the snowflakes gently falling, the cold crispness of a still winters night and the depth of awe that comes just before the dawning of a new day. Beautiful, soft and gentle, let the peace wash over you.
  • A Bean, A Stalk and and Boy Named Jack
    A Bean, A Stalk and and Boy Named Jack This is NOT the story of Jack and the beanstalk! 'It is a beautifully illustrated children’s picture book about a boy called Jack and a magic bean. Each double page features some print and at least a full coloured page of bright illustration.
  • Chasing El Dorado
    Chasing El Dorado I thought that this would be a travel book and was prepared to hear many wonderful tales about South America.  To my surprise, the author's reason for travel was the discovery of his “first grey pube”! This seems like a fine reason to discover the wonders of South America, but the conversation that he overheard from other Backpackers supported this.
  • Mothers and Daughters
    Mothers and Daughters With the author's words “Fiction is the best way of telling the Truth” I knew this would not be a comfortable book to read. Parenting has never been easy and identifying with someone else's questionable decisions makes for confronting reading. The setting of this story is magnificent and comes alive with descriptions of Broome and its surrounds. The beautiful bays and turquoise waters, the mangroves where they go crabbing, and the starry sky, make a picturesque backdrop for this story.
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