Monthly Archives: December 2015

X-mas stories… Part 3

A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens   This is a must read of English literature and I couldn’t continue my X-mas stories series without mentioning it.   You can read it online. I hope you like the book and learn … Continue reading

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X-mas stories… Part 2

I love children’s books and this year I was glad to see that MOG  is the Christmas star of this winter holidays. If you don’t know Mog, let me introduce HER!!! She is Mog the Forgetful Cat, Judith Kerr’s hero this … Continue reading

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X-mas stories… Part 1

Do you like X-mas stories? Which is your favourite one? I remember a special book I read some years ago: Skipping Christmas, by John Grisham!! It was my therapy against the highly commercial focus on X-mas that some years ago almost … Continue reading

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X-mas is coming…

There are only 2 weeks left and the winter holidays will finally mark the end of the first term. It has been a busy one, for sure: new text books, new school subjects, new classmates and teachers, a new start … Continue reading

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