• Gratis babypakker - sådan får du dem 2022
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    Gratis babypakker 2022

    Gratis babypakker 2022 Gratis babypakker, startpakker, babybokse – kært barn har mange navne! (Dette indlæg kan indeholde reklamelinks) Hvis du også er gravid, planlægger at blive det eller lige er blevet forælder, har du nok hørt om babypakker. Der findes nemlig nogle butikker og brands, der gerne vil hjælpe kommende forældre godt fra start. Her har jeg samlet en liste over babypakker jeg selv fik, da jeg ventede mit første barn i 2021/2022. Fælles for alle babypakkerne er at det kun har kostet mig lidt tid og min e-mail adresse – og du kan hurtigt samle lidt ind til at prøve af med din baby. Blandt andet har vi været…

  • book review the trouble with perfect by helena duggan
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    Book review: The Trouble with Perfect

    Book review: The Trouble with Perfect Book review of The Trouble with Perfect by Helena Duggan. This is the second book in the middlegrade series about Violet and the town of Perfect. The first book about Violet and this mysterious town, is A Place called Perfect. The Trouble with Perfect “Boy’s not bad – is he? Strange things are happening in the town that used to be Perfect. Things are being stolen… then children start going missing too. And everyone is blaming Violet’s best friend, Boy. To find out what’s going on, Violet must uncover secrets from the past and battle a gruesome zombie monster. Town is in trouble –…

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    Book review: Contemporary Plays by African Women

    Book review of Contemporary Plays by African Women This is a book review of Contemporary Plays by African Women, an anthology by Methuen Drama. In 2020, I decided to start my 52 plays reading challenge. In 2021, I am trying it again. Each week for a year I have to read a script for a play. It can be any kind of play, but the goal is to read at least one a week. Contemporary Plays by African Women “This volume uniquely draws together seven contemporary plays by a selection of the finest African women writers and practitioners from across the continent, offering a rich and diverse portrait of identity,…

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    Book review: Wyntertide by Andrew Caldecott

    Book review of Wyntertide This is a book review of Wyntertide by Andrew Caldecott. Wyntertide is the second book in the series about Rotherweird, a small, secret town in England with lots of secrets. It’s been a while since I picked up Rotherweird, but now I’ve finally got my hands on Wyntertide and it’s time for the verdict! Wyntertide by Andrew Caldecott “For four hundred years, the town of Rotherweird has stood alone, made independent from the rest of England to protect a deadly secret. But someone is playing a very long game. An intricate plot, centuries in the making, is on the move. Everything points to one objective – the…

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    Book review of Sherlock’s sisters

    Book review of Sherlock’s sisters This book review of Sherlock’s Sisters will be highly influenced by my own taste of course. Like any literary fan with respect for myself, I appreciate a good mystery. And as a fan of the whole detective with good reasoning skills-narrative, this book had me on sight. Sherlock’s Sisters is a collection of short stories which were either written by and/or feature female detectives. All written in the same era as Sherlock Holmes gained popularity. Sherlock’s sisters by Nick Rennison Sherlock Holmes was the most famous detective to stride through the pages of late Victorian and Edwardian fiction, but he was not the only one.…

  • Book review you are a badass by Jen Sincero
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    Book review: You are a badass

    Book review of You are a Badass You’re a badass by Jen Sincero is a personal development book. With her own experiences as the base, Sincero lays out different tactics for leaning into your own badass personality. The longer title is You are a badass – How to stop doubting your greatness and start living an awesome life. I picked it up after having seen many other book-bloggers and a few youtubers had read and loved it. You are a badass “You are a badass is the self-help book for people who desperately want to improve their lives but don’t want to get busted doing it. In this refreshingly entertaining…

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    Book review: The Cradle of all Worlds

    Book review of the Cradle of all Worlds The Cradle of all Worlds by Jeremy Lachlan is a middlegrade/teen fantasy book. It’s the first in the Jane Doe Chronicles about the girl Jane Doe. I honestly picked up this book because I liked the cover (again) and the title seemed enticing. I mean, show me a fantasy-reader who doesn’t appreciate a good portal-story, right? Furthermore, the description on the back sealed the deal for me. I just had to have it. The Cradle of all Worlds “We enter the Manor at will, We enter the Manor unarmed We enter the Manor alone. Fourteen years ago, Jane Doe and her father…

  • Book review Tin by Padraig KEnny
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    Book review: Tin by Pádraig Kenny

    Book review of Tin by Pádraig Kenny Tin by Pádraig Kenny is a middlegrade sci-fi book, about a boy and his robot friends. The book is published by Chicken House. I instantly fell for the artwork on the cover, and the description on the back. Tin by Pádraig Kenny “Orphan Christopher works for Mr Absalom, an engineer of mechanical children. He’s happy being the only “real” boy among his scrap-metal buddies made from bits and bobs – until an accident reveals an awful truth. What follows is a remarkable adventure as the friends set out to discover who and what they are, and even what it means to be human.”…