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Review for Het kattenmannetje en andere sprookjes

Review for Het kattenmannetje en andere sprookjes

Het kattenmannetje en andere sprookjes, Janneke Schotveld, Green, Plants, Cats, Old Man, Bench, Park, Colourful letters, Children's Books, Fairytales, HumourEen nieuw sprookjesboek met heerlijke verhalen over ridsters, ooievaars, katten, eenzame mannen en vrouwen, veel liefde, en meer. Ik heb voornamelijk genoten al had ik een puntje waar ik toch even niet zo blij mee was.

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Monday’s First Sentence ~ The Secrets of Winterhouse

Monday’s First Sentence ~ The Secrets of Winterhouse

Green letters, children's books, mystery, Ben Guterson, Chloe Bristol, Flowers, Curtains, Plnnts, LampThe Winterhouse Mysteries, Winterhouse, Boy, Girl, Fireplace, Painting, Table, Charis,
Elizabeth Somers hopped from the bus’s stairs into ankle-high snow and was halfway to the door of the tiny, brick station when a shock of certainty made her stop: Someone is looking for me.

Review for Charlie Turns Into a T-Rex

Review for Charlie Turns Into a T-Rex

Charlie Turns into a T-rex, Green, T-rex, Boy, Yellow Letters, Magic, Shapeshifting, Children's Books, Humour, Sarah Horne, Sam Copeland, Green“Polar-Charlie reared up on his hind legs and roared in fright.
This did not help matters – quite the opposite, in fact. From Mrs Shufflebottom and the children’s perspective, a polar bear was now standing in front of them, rearing up to its full heigh and roaring at them at the top of his lungs.”

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Charlie Turns Into a T-Rex

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Charlie Turns Into a T-Rex

Charlie Turns into a T-rex, Green, T-rex, Boy, Yellow Letters, Magic, Shapeshifting, Children's Books, Humour, Sarah Horne, Sam Copeland, Green
Charlie McGuffin was being followed.
A malevolent shadow was watching him. Waiting.
Something – or someone – was stalking him through the corridors of the school. A dark presence, menacing, unseen and unknowable –
‘Look, Dylan, I know it’s you following me. I can see you there,’ Charlie said, hands on hips. ‘Can you actually stop? You just look weird doing it. Seriously, Dylan – come out from behind the pillar.’