Category Archives: English

Hope in a Ballet Shoe – Michela & Elaine DePrince

Hope in a Ballet Shoe is a memoir of a ballet dancer Michela or Mabinty Bangura. Advertisements

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A Boy Made of Blocks – Keith Stuart

A Boy Made of Blocks, is a novel about an autistic boy who overcomes his inability to communicate with the world in a very unusual way.

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Queen of Katwe

One day in 2005 while searching for food, nine-year-old Ugandan Phiona Mutesi followed her brother to a dusty veranda where she met Robert Katende Continue reading

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Bibliotherapy

Bibliotherapy is an expressive therapy that involves the reading of specific texts with the purpose of healing. It uses an individual’s relationship to the content of books and poetry and other written words as therapy. Continue reading

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Words, Words, Words – David Crystal

An extremely enjoyable book.

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The Art of Deception – Kevin Mitnick

Social Engineering is a powerful tool. Continue reading

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Solve for Happy

HAPPINESS ≥ your predictions of EVENTS of your life – your EXPECTATIONS of how your life should behave Continue reading

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So You Have Been Publicly Shamed -Jon Ronson

After a long time, I returned back as a Lead Reviewer on Talking of Books on Dubai Eye 103.8FM

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Through Orphaned Eyes – A story of two people, two Nations -By Ajay Singh

  ‘Through Orphaned Eyes’ is the third novel of Ajay Singh which was release in 2015 November. The book focuses on partition of India and Pakistan through eyes of two brothers who were born one after another,

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Shtum – Jem Lester -Book Review

took the book and first went online to find the meaning of the title, ‘Shtum’. It is a Yiddish word, which means keep secret or hide something. The title developed my interest to read the book further. Continue reading

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