Tagged: The adventures of Rhys

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Beatrice Holloway

About Beatrice Beatrice Holloway is a playwright and author who has been writing children’s stories since 2014. In 2015, Beatrice was appointed Children’s Storyteller on Hillingdon Narrowboats Association which has led her to write...

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National and International Days – October

Have you noticed that there’s virtually something being commemorated, celebrated, remembered or highlighted every day of the year internationally? Here’s a list for October (courtesy of the UN, Days of the Year; Wikipedia) first...

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Book settings: England, not London

Setting a book in a particular place creates a link, a special kind of magic. I can’t say it’s better than an ‘ungrounded’ book – both can be deep and meaningful, one easily transcending...

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Children’s Books

Children's books open the 1st door to our imagininations so let's please celebrate them #meandmyfavouritekidsbook RT pic.twitter.com/KDD0wdNYG8 — Giles Paley-Phillips (@eliistender10) 23 July 2014

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Books on or by Rhys

Twitter is a wonderful source of inspiration and snippets of useful and useless information. It’s thanks to the tweet below that this post came into being… Eliot Bliss and Jean Rhys https://t.co/SfUKlS8VuG pic.twitter.com/Blrr6Y2OzI —...

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Sheep, sheep, sheep, sheep

The song Sheep by Andy Murray inspired this post. It was sung by the Cassiobury Junior School Year 5 Choir at the Watford Philharmonic Society 2016 A celebration of Christmas. For those of you...

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“They” should read…

Terry Pratchet’s The Carpet People pic.twitter.com/wWfm3FIOt4 — Leslie Tate (@LSTateAuthor) 23 December 2016 Andrew Samson’s The Moon is Toast pic.twitter.com/OR2jZvYXLt — Leslie Tate (@LSTateAuthor) 23 December 2016 Beatrice Holloway’s Training a Greyhound Twin Tweed...