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I have read several of My Little Big Town’s books for children. I have previously reviewed Gorgeous George and the Giant Geriatric Generator, and adored the cheeky illustrations from Calvin Innes. Tiny Twisted Tales are a series of books that … Continue reading
Simple! Take one very cool Zebra print jacket…
add one set of hot jeans…
and the coolest boots in the world.
Ease one 50 year old Mum into jeans (they’re stretch…), checking purchased length was exactly right for the perfect “tuck-into-glorious-boots” effect.
Slip aforementioned … Continue reading
It’s snowing. Again. I’m bored now, and instead of the excitement of a glittering white blanket of silence outside, all I see out of my bedroom window is another long day indoors. I might momentarily relish the slothful prospect of … Continue reading
Our school stages a non-uniform “come as your favourite book character” day every year on World Book Day. In 2013 World Book Day will be on Thursday 7 March, and the Bug has been pondering his costume for a while. … Continue reading
As she turned the corner into Foubert’s Place and laid eyes on the shop, she stopped. “Oh, that’s the one,” she breathed. “That was my cake.”
Only it wasn’t. The white chocolate wedding cake in the Choccywoccydoodah window had been the … Continue reading
By Tracey Corderoy and Tim Warnes. Review by the Bug, aged 5.
My brother is not one for practising his writing. But he has recently acquired the ability to read, and can be found most mornings, long before M&D’s alarm goes … Continue reading
Me and the Bug have been begging to see Shrek the Musical ever since it was first advertised. The prices of West End Theatre tickets being what they are, M&D restrict us to one show per year, and I had … Continue reading
During the holiday season, a hamper usually arrives for us from Grandma. She finds it really convenient to order, they deliver, and Mummy consumes the contents before Christmas Day shares the spoils. And it’s not just Grandma; lots of people … Continue reading