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Looking for something else to read?

Want to find other authors who 'write like' your favourite authors? Check out the Literature-map website.


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Six Word Memoirs


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Fault in our stars

The fault in our stars - John GreenEdit/Delete

Call Number: F GRE
This book by award winning author John Green is his most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love.

Book Reviews

Meet your next favourite book

  • Inside a Dog
    All about books - by young people, for young people. Inside a Dog is a place for teen readers and the home of Inky, the reading wonder dog.


Awesome Author websites

Check out some of these awesome authors' websites. Find out when the next book is due, what other books or series they have written or just a bit about the author themselves.

Derek Landy - Creator of Skulduggery Pleasant


Maggie Stiefvater - The Shiver trilogy



How to write a Six Word Memoir

Legend has it that when Ernest Hemingway was challenged to write a six word novel
He came up with, “For Sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
Inspired by Hemingway’s short story, SMITH magazine launched online in 2006. They
challenged readers and famous writers alike to submit their own six word memoirs for a contest.
People of all ages sent in short life stories in droves and the results were poignant, hilarious,
devastating and good lessons to all.
You can find out more about them by visiting the Smith Magazine web site

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