Monday, 4 August 2014

Read With Me #31

Hey there lovely readers, welcome to this weeks #ReadWithMe. Well we've made it to the month of August. Summer holidays have well and truly arrived and I'm finding I now have less and less time to read.

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However in total, I managed to read 17 books last month.

The best book that I read last week was Not Yet by Laura Ward.

This touching romance is filled with love, laughs and a few life lessons.

Touching on the subject of things like autism and downs syndrome, it was well written and really gets you thinking.

My favourite post linked up last week was from Catherine over on StorySnug.

Some great recommendations of books that help children learn and understand about starting school. My 3rd child will be starting primary school in September so this was a very helpful post.

Onto the link up. If you are new to #ReadWithMe take a look here at just what it is all about.

To all you regulars, get linking. Any book related posts are welcome. No rules but it would be appreaciated if you could comment on a couple of other posts linked up and as always I am forever greatful if you can link back or display my badge.


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Happy reading.

14 comments:

  1. Finally, after a busy couple of weeks, i have got around to writing a read with me post again :) Definitely going to checkout out the post from last week on starting school books. My littlest will be starting nursery in September :)x

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  2. My "to read" list is getting so long thanks to this linky! Thanks for hosting!

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    1. lol same here :) thanks for linking up x

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  3. 17 books in a month wow, I only manage a few pages a night around 1am before I fall asleep so I read about a book every other month!

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    1. lol, well I struggle to sleep so I fill my time with books :)

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  4. 17! I feel good if I manage 3, I am impressed :D

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  5. Thanks for hosting again! I'm still smiling from the success of the Lost My Book team in the Dragons' Den last weekend ... makes my heart sing when a book I've been recommending gets such a HUGE vote of confidence. £100,000 - that's some investment!!

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    1. They must be so pleased, and very much deserved!!

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  6. I'm impressed with 17! I love to read and look forward to my evening bedtime read each night but I'd say I barely manage 2 a month (not including children's books). So much great stuff out there!

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    1. gosh if I included childrens books I reckon those numbers would atleast double lol x

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  7. Thank you for favouriting Story Snug's starting school picture books. The link today has even more great suggestions from UK book bloggers :)

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    1. thanks so much for linking up, really great recommendations on your posts x

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