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Chez Maximka

Coconut sugar cookies

from Chez Maximka

Twitter: @maximka25

A lifestyle blog, a mix of parenting and foodie posts, with lots of recipes and reviews


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More summery summer reads

from Bookstoker

In need of a good read? Bookstoker will recommend the best fiction, non-fiction and children's books out there.


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August Poetry Postcard Fest

from Advancing poetry

A blog full of inspiration about poets and poetry


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Why are we so scared of men?

from Who's the Mummy?

Twitter: @swhittle

She writes about parenting, activities, education, feminism, sports and everything else - apart from cooking. There's very little cooking on her blog.


For Books' Sake

In The Unlikely Event by Judy Blume

from For Books' Sake

Twitter: @forbookssake

The UK webzine and community dedicated to promoting and celebrating writing by women, with daily editorial (news, reviews, features and interviews), nationwide events programme, publishing projects...


Rainy Day Mum

Grasshopper Addition and Subtraction Number Lines

from Rainy Day Mum

Twitter: @rainydaymum

This blog is packed full of ideas to fill your children's rainy days - from crafts to books to activities. Drop in if you're in need of inspiration.


Keeping Up With The Family

The Recycling Rant...

from Keeping Up With The Family

Twitter: @oldpoyntz

Working Mummy of two kids, a puppy and a husband.


Hayley From Home

The Funny Things You Do, Boo {18 Months}

from Hayley From Home

Twitter: @hayleyfromhome

My blog is a snapshot of my life as a stay at home mum, my memories and what makes me happy.


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A Gold Star for George by Alice Hemming & Kimberley Scott

from Story Snug

Twitter: @cjfriess

Story Snug recommends picture books and early chapter books. Especially set up to help expats find good books to read with their children.


Sandra Danby

Book review: Snow White Must Die

from Sandra Danby

Short stories, flash fiction, book reviews and generally lots of thoughts on reading and writing from journalist and author Sandra Danby.