Monthly Archives: March 2016

Alice in Wonderland at The British Library

I was expecting a little more about how the story was created and all that weirdness around Lewis Carroll and his Alice. But, as it’s a library, I should have expected it to be more about the physical books themselves. … Continue reading

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The Red Tree by Shaun Tan

The Red Tree is a beautifully melancholy picture book. Like the best children’s literature, it’s incredible at any age and, in many ways, this book probably hits you harder when you are older. It’s a book about depression, sadness, and … Continue reading

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February Reads 2016

Everything I read in February was excellent. So, even though I didn’t read a lot, it was a really good reading month. In the order I read them: The Silent Woman by Janet Malcolm (non-fiction) This was the first book … Continue reading

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