Monday, 31 March 2014

What are YOU reading? #211

What are you reading on Monday? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey where you post books completed last week and plans for upcoming books. Jump over to her blog and see who else is participating.


Take Me Home by Daniela Sacerdoti
(A touching emotional read set in Scotland...)

The Delicious Chocolate Sticker Book
Children's, Activity book
(Almost as good as the real thing!)

Do Dare Duck by Joyce Dunbar and Jane Massey
Children's, Picture book
(What does the duck dare to do?)

Tigers and Spies by Kes Gray and Nick Sharratt
Children's, 5 years +
(Best Daisy adventure ever!)

Burn Out by Robert Swindells
Young Adult, Dyslexia friendly
(Truly amazing read!)

Peas In A Pod by Adele Geras and Peter Bailey
Children's, 5 years +
(A delightful tale about a expectations on a wedding day...)

City Farm: Laura and Silky by Jessie Williams
Children's, 9 years +
(Laura copes better with her new blindness with a cute cat by her side...)

City Farm: Katie and the Ducklings by Jessie Williams
Children's, 9 years +
(Animals can truly help us heal - Katie gained help with her depressive mother and changed her life around when she spoke duck to unhatched ducklings...)


Pretty Rhythm Dear My Future
REWATCH! - Anime, Japanese version
(Back in the realm of episodes without subs, but I don't care as I love it! Finally got to the point where Aira is under the Symphony spell, performing Que Sera Sera with Mion & Rhythm who know she is acting odd but go along with her anyway.)

Waterloo Road
REWATCH! - Drama, English version
(Started rewatching the second series, only vaguely remembering the school drama...) 

REWATCH! - Anime, Japanese version
(*fangirl squeal* Ichigo is nearly at the point where she performs with Mizuki!) 

Crafts and other things 
No sewing this week originally, but in the end, I just couldn't help myself.  

As for my blanket, it's getting a bit bigger!

For the first time in months I baked! Found a really easy microwave fudge recipe which I can do which doesn't wipe me out after as the usual stove-top method does. This weekend I'm making more plain fudge, and fudge with cookie crumbled in it. It's delicious, sets really fast and is enjoyed by family, friends & colleagues. 

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