Category Book lists

Our reading list – September 2014

Here’s our reading list from September and our update for the #300PBs challenge, as well as our favourite reads for the month. In Story Seekers reading news this month, C is continuing to do very well at school with his reading scheme books and is now enjoying reading picture books from home to H and R […]

Books that are helping us navigate sibling relationships

Things have changed a little bit in the Story Seekers house over the last few months, and I’m not just talking about the fact that our collection of intricately detailed Lego firefighting, turbo blasting, booster-pack-enabled spaceship creations seems to expand on a daily basis.  Nope, a couple of months ago we gained an even MORE […]

Our reading list – August 2014

In the interest of spending more time on other posts (I’m slowly starting to make good on my resolution to get back into blogging as this will be my third post this week!), I’m making this brief 🙂 So, here’s our reading list from August and our update for the #300PBs challenge, as well as […]

Our reading list – June 2014

A day early again, but we’re gearing up for a rather busy month as the newest member of Team Kirby is due to arrive very soon.  I can’t imagine that the early days are going to provide much opportunity to get back into blogging, but at least it will mean there’s a new person choosing […]

Our reading list – May 2014

So here’s May’s reading list, hot on the heels of our April one…  A couple of day’s premature, but we have a busy weekend planned and at least this way I won’t let it go a month overdue *looks down at April’s post, shuffles feet and coughs…* We’re now starting to share a few longer […]

Our reading list – April 2014

Another brief, and ridiculously late, round-up.  So much so, in fact, that I’m about to post about our May reading list at the same time *hangs head in shame* 😦 I really do hope that I’ll get my blogging boots back on soon as sharing my thoughts about books and reading with everyone makes me […]

I love a good list…

I don’t know if I’ve ever previously mentioned my love of lists, but I have a serious obsession.  My heart broke a little bit when The Independent stopped including the ’50 best…’ supplement on a Saturday, as I’d happily tear it out of my parents’ hands (yes, this was a while ago, I don’t travel […]