This month, book lovers around the world come together to celebrate 100 years since the birth of Roald Dahl- the world’s number one storyteller, whose trademark sense of humour has captivated generations of
readers. And to mark the occasion, we would like to welcome you to revisit these ten timeless classics ranging from amusing tales for children to morbid adult stories.
Did reading High School books feel more like a chore rather than a thrilling past time? Or maybe you were too young or too impatient to fully appreciate the humour and the drama of an adult life? Then perhaps you should consider giving these 12
books a second chance. After all, some books only improve with age- the older you get, the more enjoyable they become.
This month marks 150 years since the birth of Beatrix Potter, an English writer, a skilful illustrator and the creator of the most beloved children's books of all time. And today we invite you to
celebrate the occasion by indulging in these charming Edwardian tales that have fascinated generations of young readers around the world!
Nothing says ‘summer’ quite like enjoying the sunshine with an ice-cold lemonade in one hand and a gripping book in other. Whether you are planning on hitting the beach with friends or soaking up Vitamin D at the back of your
garden, a good page-turner will become your perfect companion this summer.
2016 has been proclaimed by many as the Year of Language and Literature for marking some important literary milestones in history and 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare crowns them all! People
from around the world unite in their celebrations of the Bard’s eventful life and his enduring legacy.
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