November - the penultimate month of the year, a time of ghosts and ghouls, souls and spirits.
Halloween at Books@One, the transition from October to November went down a treat (see what I did there). We had Harry Potter Story Time with garish goblins and ghastly ghosts (sorry...can't help myself), as well as our resident Witch (which we like best!).
So much wickedness in one spot got me thinking.
I just so happened, at the time of this big thinking, to be reading an article in the Irish Times (Linked Here) about Ireland's famous witches. I began to co...
April’s choice proved a popular one because we all love a good story, don’t we? It would certainly be difficult not to fall in love with the enthralling tale of Indian-born Saroo Brierley.
Saroo tells his story in an accessible and engaging manner; he doesn’t try to pass himself off as anything more than he is - a man with a story to share.
The central image of a lost child is immediately affecting. Surrounded by the confusion and chaos of one of the world’s busiest train stations- all noise and bustle and fumes-a little boy stands alone,...