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The Vlogmas Tag || Vlogmas Day 10 || Always Doing

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Hey there, Kazen here, and welcome back to Always Doing. [♪♪] It’s time for another tag and this one is perfect because it is The Vlogmas Tag, originated by Shawn the Book Maniac and Britta over at Britta Böhler. Links to both of their channels down below. It’s meant to be done during Vlogmas. It’s […]

The Wolf Wilder – A Book Review

The Wolf Wilder – A Book Review

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“The wilder will teach the wolf how to be wild, how to hunt and fight and how to distrust humans they teach them how to howl because a wolf who cannot howl is like a human who cannot laugh.” Hi everyone! My name is Leigh and welcome to my very first book review! I’ve slowly […]

My Library Sale Haul!

My Library Sale Haul!

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My name is danica and i’m a contributing editor at book riot. And today I want to talk about the books I just got from the library book sale. My city is a little different when it comes to library book sales because although we have regular library book sales, we also have this giant […]

“A Christmas Carol” Book Tag [CC]

“A Christmas Carol” Book Tag [CC]

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Hey everybody, it’s Anna, and welcome back to my booktube channel! Today, I’m going to be doing the “A Christmas Carol” book tag in honor of the holiday upcoming. This tag was actually created by Lauren Wade: I will go ahead and link her channel down below if you’d like to learn more about her […]

How does criticism affect popular culture?

How does criticism affect popular culture?

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Popularity is a great question; it’s just an intriguing question. I think especially now in the kind of consumer capitalist culture where taste and sometimes quality is being measured in dollars and in numbers and in ratings and box office and all of that. And sometimes popularity is just taken to be sufficient kind of […]

Mr & Mrs Cratchit: Character Analysis (animated and updated)

Mr & Mrs Cratchit: Character Analysis (animated and updated)

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Scrooge’s clerk, Bob Cratchit, represents the exploited, underpaid, yet hard-working employee. Despite Scrooge’s miserly ways, Bob toasts him, declaring him ‘the Founder of the Feast’. With this action, Dickens draws the attention of the reader to Bob’s Christian generosity of human spirit in the face of financial hardship and ill treatment. This is heightened by […]

Mr & Mrs Cratchit: Character Analysis (animated and updated)

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Scrooge’s clerk, Bob Cratchit, represents the exploited, underpaid, yet hard-working employee. Despite Scrooge’s miserly ways, Bob toasts him, declaring him ‘the Founder of the Feast’. With this action, Dickens draws the attention of the reader to Bob’s Christian generosity of human spirit in the face of financial hardship and ill treatment. This is heightened by […]

Tom Fletcher backs Scottish Book Trust’s Christmas Appeal

Tom Fletcher backs Scottish Book Trust’s Christmas Appeal

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Hi everyone! Tom Fletcher here. I’m a children’s author and also father of three young boys, and reading is a huge part of our daily routine, which is why I’m supporting Scottish Book Trust’s campaign to give 1,000 teen families pictures this Christmas. Research shows that many young families don’t read to their babies, and […]

A Random Library Haul | History, Memoir, Lit Fic, Fantasy, YA, Comics, & more!

A Random Library Haul | History, Memoir, Lit Fic, Fantasy, YA, Comics, & more!

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Hi there. I’m Jen. This is Remembered Reads. And this is going to be a library haul. Usually when I do a library haul there’s some kind of theme going on, but there is no theme here. This is just going to be random and eclectic. So the first thing that I picked up is […]

Book Nerd Problems | The Lending Library

Book Nerd Problems | The Lending Library

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I can’t wait for Garth Nix’s new book— >>Me too.>>What is this?>>Hey, it’s a lending library. You can grab books and read them, or else you can put books in once you’re done with them so other people can.>>That’s so cool!>>So cool.>>I totally have some books I could bear to part with.>>Let’s get them.>>Let’s do […]