Spell the Month in Books March 2023

Spell the Month in Books March 2023

Afternoon~!

Nichijou, Calendar

A happy welcome to a new Spell the Month in books! It is time for MARCH!!

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.GIFfany, Gravity Falls, Sparkly

The smaller months are back! Hello March, April, May, June, July! I have missed you.πŸ˜†πŸ₯³ I am so happy that I can relax a bit more, it hasn’t been easy to find books for the bigger months, especially the ones with so many Es in them (stares at September, December)Β . This month was just easy, within just mere minutes I found MARCH all present in my books! 4 are from my TBR stack and one is from my Library TBR stack. BOOM! Done! Haha!

The original creator of this tag is Reviews From The Stacks!

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Montgomery Bonbon #1 Montgomery Bonbon: Murder at the Museum Alasdair Beckett-King , Claire Powell, Children's Books, Blue, Girl, Mystery, Murder, Museum,A brilliantly funny young murder mystery from a rising stand-up comedian, podcaster and filmmaker – and exciting new talent in children’s fiction.

Many people go their whole lives without noticing anything that is afoot, amiss, or even untoward; without ever experiencing that toe-tingling, stomach-twisting sensation that a mystery is about to unfold.

Not Bonnie Montgomery – the world’s best detective. Not that anyone (other than Grampa Banks) has heard of her… But they might have heard of the great Montgomery Bonbon, the well-dressed gentleman detective who (apart from the hat and moustache) looks suspiciously like a 10-year-old girl.

Their newest case: solving the mystery surrounding a highly suspicious death at the Hornville Museum. Together they’ll interview some dodgy witnesses, scour the scene for clues and – above all – hope no one notices that Bonnie and Montgomery are never in the same room at the same time…

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Adventures with a Yorkshire Vet: Lambing Time and Other Animal Tales Julian Norton, Non-Fiction, Animals, Vet, Sheep, Snow, WinterThis classic collection of animal stories follows the adventures of a local vet and the various animals who need his help and care. From a poorly cow who needs urgent treatment, a lost pony who needs rescuing or even a cheeky cat who keeps getting into mischief, this heartwarming collection of animal tales, set against the beautiful, snowy backdrop of the stunning Yorkshire landscape, is perfect to be shared together at this special time of year.

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Rotterdam Wederopbouw De 100 gebouwen, History, Architecture, Buildings, WWII, Rotterdam, Non-Fiction, DutchWhoever says Rotterdam thinks of building. After the destructive bombing of May 14, 1940, the city was literally rebuilt. That bombing has only since 2008! officially been commemorated. The reconstruction was initiated four days after the bombing, when city architect Witteveen was instructed to make a reconstruction plan. That is why Rotterdam is celebrating on 18 May. The first construction day was on May 18, 1947, so in 2022 Rotterdam celebrated for 75 years of reconstruction. This guide includes 100 projects from that reconstruction, roughly from 1945 to 1970. Many have now been a national monument or municipal monument, have been restored and have often been given a new function. Each project has its own special story and is worth seeing. Compare the historical photos with the current situation. From wholesale building to Maastorenflat, from poffertjes stall to Euromast, from Pendrecht to Ommoord.

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Gunbured Γ— Sisters #3 Crimson Sisters 03 Wataru Mitogawa, Manga, Vampires, Dhampirs, Fantasy, Murder, Blood, Sadism, NunsThe Holy Silver Cross Order is dedicated to protecting humanity from the ever-growing threat of vampires. But Sister Dorothy is convinced that it takes more than prayers and silver bullets to get the bloodsuckers under control: She is looking for a weapon that has long been known only from legends…

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How to Survive Without Grown-Ups Larry Hayes, Katie Abey, Humour, Space, Sci-Fi, brother, sister, rainbow, vampire squid, funny, children's book, island, traps, illustrationsGet set for the new hilarious edge-of-your seat adventure series for readers aged 8+ – this is the perfect new series for fans of Charlie Changes into a Chicken, David Solomons and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy! Highly illustrated throughout by the brilliant Katie Abey.

Eliza and Johnnie’s parents have gone to Mars. Not to the supermarket, not even a trip to the Bahamas. No, they’ve been offered the Chance of a Lifetime and have gone to Mars, the planet, and they’re never coming back. But something doesn’t seem quite right . . .

Taking it upon themselves to save the day, ten-year-old Eliza and her five-year-old genius brother Johnnie manage to cross the Atlantic in an old sofa and navigate their way into outer space. Will they be able to overcome everything that’s thrown at them (including vampire squids, suspicious villains, a secret island and much more)? And – more importantly – will they ever get their parents back?

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