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Juno
Juno
Dvd
Price: £5.99

5.0 out of 5 stars I love this movie, 17 April 2016
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I love this movie. I watched it (slightly apprehensively) with my tweenage daughters the other day. I'd remembered really enjoying it as an adult, but was slightly nervous as I couldn't remember quite why it was rated 15. So, if you're not worried about a bit of swearing, it's a really great movie to watch with pre-teens and beyond. There's no graphic sex or nudity, but what's wonderful about it is that all of the characters (nearly) are just struggling to do their best. It's a kind, funny, sensitive movie (that all teenage boys should watch, by the way!)


The Rose of Tibet
The Rose of Tibet
by Lionel Davidson
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.74

5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, old-school adventure story, 17 April 2016
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Fantastic, old-school adventure story , with a very unlikely hero. Really interesting, in that the threat is always simply 'the unknown', which appears in many guises. Beautifully written.


Cooking with Pomiane
Cooking with Pomiane
by Edouard De Pomiane
Edition: Paperback

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5.0 out of 5 stars How to be a perfect host, 9 Jan. 2013
This review is from: Cooking with Pomiane (Paperback)
This is a fabulous book, written from the heart of a true host. This is not a cookbook that tells you how to impress - it's a warm and witty treatise on the art of hospitality. Yes, it contains lots of recipes, most of which you'll never want to cook, but it's much more than that. It brims with conviviality, as Pomiane exuberantly encourages you to drink a crisp white wine with your scrambled eggs, or extols the virtues of Polish pierozhki. And if you're an anxious cook, his experimental breeziness in the kitchen might persuade you to chuck a bit more flour in, or measure butter in 'walnuts' rather than grammes. Wonderful.


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