Category: Reading for Pleasure

Spotlight: Reading Interrupted with Rebecca Denton

Book Angel Booktopia is delighted to welcome Rebecca Denton today to share the books currently sitting on her to-be-read pile.

Not Much of A Reader Right Now TBH

Last year, I set a goal to read 5 books. I smashed … Continue

Spotlight: Do Children need a Digital Detox? by Pete Johnson

Book Angel Booktopia is delighted to welcome Pete Johnson today to share his experience with digitally detoxing for his latest book How to Update Your Parents.

DO CHILDREN REALLY NEED A DIGITAL DETOX?

 

My new book ‘HOW TO UPDATE Continue

Spotlight: Engaging Teens with Classics by Emma Carroll

Book Angel Booktopia is delighted to welcome Emma Carroll today to share her tips on engaging teen readers with the Classics.

ENGAGING TEENS WITH CLASSICS

Some people seem to be born reading classics. Or if not born exactly, then fluent Continue

Spotlight: The Importance of Geeks by Matt Imrie

Within the school library I pick a reading theme each month and run presentations and reading lessons based around that particular theme. Having covered Gaming and Computer Genius within the last few weeks with Year 8 students the next logical … Continue

Spotlight: Mystery and Mayhem Blog Tour

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Book Angel Booktopia is delighted to welcome Harriet Whitethorn today to share her insight into helping reluctant readers as part of the Mystery and Mayhem virtual tour.

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Why Short stories can help Reluctant Readers by Harriet Whitehorn.

“Life is like … Continue

Spotlight: Home and Identity by Alexander Yates

Book Angel Booktopia is delighted to welcome Alexander Yates today to share just how identity is shaped – something I constantly discuss as part of library lessons ♥

Now that I’m here, who will I be?

Alexander Yates

 It’s fair … Continue

Spotlight: Easy Melody by Kristen Proby

ABOUT EASY MELODY

Callie Mills never intended to return to New Orleans and the life she left behind more than a decade ago. There was no need to open old wounds when she had the life she’d worked hard for … Continue

Spotlight: Literally Random by Helen Moss

Hailed as the new Enid Blyton by my lovely friend Karen at Teenage Fiction for all Ages (you can see the reviews by clicking the link)  it is my great pleasure to welcome Helen Moss to Book Angel Booktopia today
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