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World Book Day - A book for everyone

Nicole Baird

The best way to relax - reading! Thats why this World Book Day we thought we would share our favourite book recommendations. There is a book for everyone...

For the kids

One Hundred Steps: The story of Captain Sir Tom Moore 

This book is an inspirational picture book that tells the story of Captain Sir Tom Moore, the elderly man who walked one hundred laps of his garden to raise money for the NHS. A great story for the kids. 

Girls can do Anything: by Caryl Hart

This book is the perfect book for every little girl with a big dream. It follows the stories of girls with different jobs, and gives girls the inspiration that they can do anything they set their mind too. 

The Ickabog: by JK Rowling

This warm and witty fairy-tale is perfect for the whole family. Following a mythical monster and two children's bravery, this book is the ultimate children's adventure. 

 

For the Romantics

Bridgerton: The Duke and I by Julia Quinn

If you loved the Bridgerton series as much as we did, then you will LOVE the book that the series is based on. The first book is based on the story of Daphne Bridgerton and the Duke and their world wind romance. This book does not disappoint.

A ladys Formula for Love: by Elizabeth Everett

This book is based on the story of lady Violet, a woman scientist who forms a secret society of brilliant woman who work on a secret mission for the monarchy. She also struggles to fight her affections for her bodyguard, Arthur. A great book!

 

For the Thrill seekers

Here to stay : by Mark Edwards

This thriller is gripping and terrifying, as the novel follows the story of a man and woman who are recently married. Gemma Robinson the wife invites her family to come stay with them, when her husband starts to notice strange things happening . In Laws to die for. 

Found : by Erin Kinsley

This thrilling novel follows the story of a missing boy, who is then found. But the big question is, Who took him?

 

For people looking for self help and motivation

Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love is the key to unlocking your greatness: By Vex King

If you haven't already read this book, you absolutely should! Vex King draws on his own experiences of overcoming adversity to motivate young people into achieving their best self! 

Women Don't Owe You Pretty: By Florence Given

Florence Given helps you to learn to protect your energy and discover the love of your life: yourself! Today is a wonderful day to dump them.

 

We hope these recommendations give you some good reads for world book day! Leave your recommendations below in the comments or tell us what book was your favourite. Happy Reading!

 



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