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After having had an official ‘agony aunt’ chat with my niece who is just about hitting the wonder years (am still wondering who was in more agony during the chat), I came upon a fantastic set of books. We are really luckier than our folks were with books like Just For Girls by Sarah Delmege [...]

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I have just cleared our library and set out piles of books that our tot has outgrown and I can?t begin to tell you how good it feels. Not just because the treasures got dusted, sorted and space has been made for new books, but there?s also the joy of coming upon the good old [...]

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Paris je t?aime While I am biased towards most things Parisian (Paris was my layover city for years), the Pylones stall at High Street Phoenix is like a breath of fresh air. Pronounced pee-lones, this little kiosk has vibrant colours on every single gift.

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