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Laura’s Library

Welcome to Laura’s Library. My corner of the blog dedicated to everything fabulously bookish. Books are such a massive part of my life and a passion, one I want to pass onto my children too. I also have a degree in English literature and have read from the classics, to my recent love of romance. I’m not a book snob and as long as you love it what does it matter?

Laura’s Library – Genres Reviewed

I no longer review adult books as it’s just too time consuming for me to read and review them, although I still write about what I read, they are usually books I purchase myself and I can read at my own pace without commitment. But I do review lots of children’s books on the blog regularly. So if you would like a children’s book review then please get in contact.

My children’s ages are: 8 years old, 5 years old and 1 years old (2 in June 2020)

How Does Our Rating System Work?

1 Star – Awful, can I have my time back please?

2 Stars – Ok, but not the best book I have ever read

3 Stars – Good, an average but still enjoyable book

4 Stars – Brilliant, couldn’t put it down

5 Stars – Amazing, one of the best books I have ever read

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Overcoming a Fear of Exercise

Overcoming a Fear of Exercise

It sounds silly to say you have a fear of exercise doesn’t it? And it’s not a fear like my fear of spiders, which is not unusual to elicit a…

5 Books to Help with Potty Training

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Bedtime Storiezz – Original Bedtime Stories Review

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Working with Suzanne at Reset Coaching and Finally Writing That Book

Working with Suzanne at Reset Coaching and Finally Writing That Book

For as long as I can remember I have wanted to write a book. Not just a book, but to make my living as an author. Despite writing for a…

Green park village in Reading

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CHILDREN’S BOOK REVIEW: Friday Night Wrestlefest by J.F. Fox

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Using Healios for our Son’s Autism Assessment – A Review

Last February, I shared that Logan’s school has suggested that he may have autism (I said Aspergers at the time but have since learned the term is no longer used).…

Rock Luggage – Hard Shell Suitcase Review

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Tales by Mail Book Subscription Review and Giveaway

*AD – We were gifted the items for the purpose of this review and giveaway Whether you’re looking for a last minute gift idea, a present for a little book…

CHILDREN'S BOOK REVIEW: Extraordinary Travellers: The Little Museum

CHILDREN’S BOOK REVIEW: Extraordinary Travellers: The Little Museum

*Ad – Gifted Extraordinary Travellers: The Little Museum by Karen Beddow and Lyndsay Macaulay 112 PagesChildren’s FictionSelf PublishedAge range: 8-11 Years The Little Museum is a book writer by fellow…

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