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There's More to Life Than Cupcakes by Poppy Dolan
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I bought this because it was on offer and persisted to the end because I hate giving up on a book, but I got fed up with it less than half-way through. Ellie spends the whole book wondering if she's ready to have a baby and how will she know if/ when she is. There may be "more to life than cupcakes", but there really wasn't a lot to this book - Ellie likes baking, but there's not a lot about baking in it really (she doesn't actually make any cupcakes by the way). Best bits are the work scenes, especially with her intern Gina, and the baking classes with 'Mr Berry'. Her husband is the best character, though how he puts up with her faffing about for so long I don't know. I just wanted to… Read more
Maths for Mums and Dads by Rob Eastaway
Maths for Mums and Dads by Rob Eastaway
This is a brilliant book to help mums and dads get to grips with how maths and numeracy are currently taught in most schools. The authors give clear explanations of what are new concepts to many parents and have a range of exercises and examples to help you understand them. There are also some fun games to try out with your children.
Only reason for not giving it 5 stars is that it is not easy to navigate the Kindle version, as there are not always links to the answers for some of the "test yourself" questions and it's hard to refer back to earlier sections when required. I am buying this book in paper format as a result, as it is otherwise a very useful aid for my work as an adult… Read more
Single Woman Seeks Revenge: Another Very Funny Rom&hellip by Tracy Bloom
I really enjoyed Tracy Bloom's second book. Suzie is a wonderfully feisty but flawed heroine who decides to exchange sympathy for vengeance in her newspaper agony column. At the same time she pursues her own revenge on the four loves of her own who let her down, leaving her single and apparently loveless in her mid thirties. Helped by her best friends, she holds her exes to account, but gets so caught up in seeing the worst in men that she almost misses her own chance for happiness.
I really enjoyed Suzie's plots, especially the one against the politician. This book had me sneaking upstairs to escape school holiday chaos and read another chapter or four on the quiet. Who Suzie ends up… Read more

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