Friday Barnes Review

Friday Barnes Book Review Friday Barnes is a book targeted for 10-12 year olds written by R.A Spratt. It’s about an 11-year-old girl, Friday Barnes, growing up in a household full of PdH graduates and eventually solving a...

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reminder

A little kindness can’t hurt anybody. I’m not saying to be stupidly kind with no boundaries but sometimes a small joke can lift someone’s day. You may never know what they’re feeling and sometimes they can...

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lessons from the cosmos

the idea that there is enough DNA in each of our bodies that if we were laid out end to end it would stretch between the sun and Pluto seven times, and yet we still treat ourselves like we are very small. the idea that the...

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Clock Work Angel Book Review

  Clock Work Angel Book Review When Tessa Gray receives a letter written to her by her brother, she embarks on a journey to England. But when she arrives, she is taken away by two fiercesome and evil ladies who tell her...

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Idioms 6

Fell on deaf ears – people not listening Have a change of heart – changed mind I’m all ears – have my full attention Cold feet – nervous Get your act together – behave sensibly  Mumbo-jumbo...

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Coraline Book Review

Coraline Book Review  Coraline is a novel written by Neil Gaiman. It starts near the end of the summer holidays when a young and curious girl named Coraline is extremely bored. Her life takes an interesting turn when her tea...

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Sometimes there are people in this world who just don’t accept you for who you are. But what I like to call those people are morons. You shouldn’t care about what others think of you, but what you think of YOURSELF...

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Idioms 5

You can’t judge a book by its cover – don’t judge something on its appearance Break a leg – good luck When pigs fly – never going to happen Feel under the weather – not feeling too well Speak of the...

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Idioms 4

A hot potato – an issue that everyone is speaking of Add salt to a wound – make a situation worse Barking up the wrong tree – looking in the wrong place The ball is in your court – it’s up to you Elvis...

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Idioms 3

  At the drop of a hat – instantly Burn the midnight oil – to work late into the night Blessing in disguise – something good that isn’t recognised at first Take with a grain of salt – not take...

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