To Sir, With Love by E.R Braithwaite

Rated it: 4 stars                                Recommended it to: Everyone, especially teachers and their charges. Goodreads blurb He shamed them, wrestled with them, enlightened them, and - ultimately - learned to live them. Mr. Braithwaite, the new teacher, had first to fight … Continue reading To Sir, With Love by E.R Braithwaite


Little Women (Little Women #1) by Louisa May Alcott

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Rating: 5/5 Stars

After reading this wonderful book I kept wondering, “Why don’t we all live and love like the March family?” It’s the story of the four March sisters: pretty Meg, tomboy Jo, dear Beth and little lady Amy and not forgetting ‘our boy’ Laurie. My favourite March is Jo she’s so funny, energetic, and caring and maybe because I know how being a tomboy feels and are constantly being told that it isn’t proper for young ladies be running, jumping and talking slang. I love how she plays mother over Beth.

Each of the girls had little problems of their own that needed fixing for instance, Jo tended to be more like a young man not caring for a that fussing young ladies always seem up to, Meg was tired of her ministrations as a governess and wanted so badly to be rich someday to bask in…

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The House on Prague Street by Hana Dementz

Rating:5 Stars My Review This story takes place during the second World War in Czechoslovakia where Helen's, a young girl through whose eyes we witness the heart wrenching events, sunny and care free world comes a-tumbling down when the Western parts of Czechoslovakia, known as the Sudetenland, were tamely handed over to the Nazis.Helen's German … Continue reading The House on Prague Street by Hana Dementz