The Little Bookroom (Oxford Children's Modern Classics)
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When my friend was clearing out an old storeroom at her workplace, she found a huge number of books tucked away out of sight. Rather than see them thrown out, I kindly offered to adopt them all for BookCrossing.
Journal Entry 2
Ledbury, Herefordshire United Kingdom on Friday, January 17, 2020
I have to say that the best bit of this book is the author's introduction, where she describes a dusty spare room, piled high with an odd mix of books, just waiting to be picked up and read. Oh, how I'd have loved a room like that when I was young!
The stories themselves are nice enough - generally fairy tales of some sort or another, some with a moral, others with a sense of humour, some just mildly entertaining. None of them really stood out for me, but then I am a tad older than the target audience.
An ok read, but glad I only dipped in and out - I'm not sure I could have read it cover to cover.
Journal Entry 3
Field between Little Marcle Road and Victoria Road in Ledbury, Herefordshire United Kingdom on Thursday, July 09, 2020
Released 4 wks ago (7/9/2020 UTC) at Field between Little Marcle Road and Victoria Road in Ledbury, Herefordshire United Kingdom
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