Here’s a little fun thing to try with your kids for Shakespeare Week. If you don’t know what Shakespeare week is, by the way, it’s a week in March in the UK, aimed at getting kindergarten age children into Shakespeare, and it’s totally fun.It’s all about dressing up in costumes and having a go at acting some of the plays out. They also have some great Shakespeare themed crafts for kids to do as well as local events across the UK. So, in the spirit of having fun with Shakespeare, we have created this picture quiz, and you know what?
Few novelists have written material as thought-provoking as E. M. Forster. Perhaps that's what makes his novels so adaptable. From class division to homosexuality, Forster was not afraid to write about prevalent issues within our society, and for that he has left his mark upon literary history.
Due to this level of intuition, all of Forster's novels except for one have been adapted into film format, allowing even those who aren't literature-savvy to enjoy the tales he had to tell.
Buying gifts for friends and family can be a daunting task. Buying a gift for your dad on Father's Day can be nothing short of a nightmare. What do dads even like, anyway? Well, with this this list of vintage sports books you're sure to find something your old man will appreciate - whether it's a sports guide to get him off the sofa and back onto the football field, or an antique sporting picture collection to remind him of his pre-beer belly days!
In the midst of Mental Health Awareness Week, it's important for all of us to remember that there's nothing more important than our own happiness and mental well-being. Sometimes a little natural treatment and relaxation can go a long way, and what better ways are there to relax than taking in nature or reading a good book? Well, combining the two, of course. So here's a list of seven floral and gardening themed books to help you delve into nature by delving into the pages.