Twee Reads:

Like a comfy cardigan (with only a few moth holes!) this is the read that will take you to a place where crochet is cool!

All Cheeses Great and Small – By Alex James

 Posted by Robin: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary ‘All Cheeses Great and Small’ tells the story of how Alex James, the former bassist of Brit pop band Blur, made the transition from rock-star to (self-declared) bad farmer. In this memoir James muses on his love for the Cotswolds and newly discovered passion for making cheese. His previous […]

North and South – By Elizabeth Gaskell

Posted by Stevie: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Be warned, this ebook was reviewed by a hopeless romantic who enjoys wearing British cotton, and only British cotton. For those of you who long for more than the niceties of Jane Austen but still love a good period classic then Gaskell is the author for you. Set in […]

The Necklace – By Cheryl Jarvis

Posted by Fliss: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary “In the end, a diamond necklace did make a statement, not about wealth and status, but about the needs that cross cultures and link generations, the connections that transcend time and place…” When I was first given this title to EQA, I assumed it was fiction – so astonishing […]

Endal – By Allen Parton and Sandra Parton

Posted by Kieran: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary While serving as a naval officer in the Gulf, Allen Parton finds his life drastically changes forever when he is involved in a car accident. After waking in hospital, he finds that not only has he lost the use of his legs but vast fragments of his memory have […]

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit – By Judith Kerr

Posted by Charlotte: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Eleven year old Anna is about to ruin everything, if only her mother can stop her in time. She’s travelling aboard the milk train over the frontier to Switzerland, away from her homeland Germany, which that night is on the cusp of coming under Nazi power. Anna’s life is […]

Bombs on Aunt Dainty – By Judith Kerr

Posted by Fliss: Tweet Back #neverendinglibrary Bombs on Aunt Dainty is a magnificent novel succinctly describing the frustration and isolation of being a German teenager while living in London during the Blitz. Best described as a coming-of-age novel, Bombs on Aunt Dainty vividly depicts how hard it must have been surviving the war, extreme poverty […]