Books

Warm Weekend

List of Books that cannot be missed this weekend, well start preparing your comfortable place, a hot cup and a lot of harmony around you, enjoy the weekend 📚☕❤

EVERYTHNG I KNOW ABOUT YOU (Belinda Hollyer)
Theirs’s Mother dead: there’s no way she could be working in the gift shop at the natural History Museum.
But what if Eric’s right?
If there’s a mystery at the heart of Lizzie’s family, she want to solve it …

FIBBY LIBBY AND ALIEN ATE MY HEAD (Ros Asquith)
Libby – The little girl with the HUGE imagination!
Little Libby is ordinary in every way –
Except for her EXTRA – ordinary imagination.

BUNNIES IN THE BATHROOM (Lucy Daniels)
Animals always come first for Mandy, and at Animal Ark – her parent’s busy veterinary surgery – she always making a new friends.

VICTORY (Susan Cooper)
It seemed like an age before the order came to fire.
All the time through the gun port and the nearest hatchway we were hearing the mounting thunder of cannon, the horrid whine of shot passing overhead and the crashes as cannonballs struck the ship.
Up on deck, in the smoke and the roar, enemy fire was shredding our sails, smashing our spars, killing and wounding dozens of our men.

THE MAGICIAN’S HOUSE – The Door in the Tree (William Corlette)
It’s spring and William, Mary and Alice Constant have returned to golden house for the Easter holidays,
anxious to see if the magic will work again.
When they are drawn to the Magician’s hideout, through a door in a tree, they learn that secret to magic is believing , and through believing they can enter the magic and continue their great task.

THE MINIATURIST (Jessie Burton)
Haunting, magical and full of surprises.

THE LUCKY MACHINE (e.c Tubb)
The world is surrounded by intangible energies of which man has little knowledge.
Electricity, once an unsuspected natural force, is now a known reality … so why not luck?

DAFFODILS BEFORE SWALLOWS (Daniel Peltz)
This beautifully constructed tale of love and intrigue centres on the lives of Rosalind and Charles,
born on the same day, but from different backgrounds.

THE LOST SYMBOL (Dan Brown)
A Harvard semiologist Robert Langdon is summoned at the last minute to deliver an evening lecture in the Capitol building.
Within moments of this arrival , however, a disturbing object -gruesomely encoded with five symbols – is discovered at the epicentre of the Rotunda.

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