Review: Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls by Elena Favilli & Francesca Cavallo

Sometimes you read a book and you feel so connected with it, you want your children, your cousins, your nieces and nephews, just all children and adults of the world, read it. Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls is one of those books. What if the princess didn’t marry Prince Charming but instead went on to […]

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Review: Dangerous Days on the Victorian Railways

I love the Victorian Era. It’s so incredibly fascinating to me! But a book about the history of TRAINS? I never thought I would read a book like this, but my love for Terry Deary is big enough for me to read it. The Victorians risked more than just delays when boarding a steam train […]

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Review: Mrs. Beeton’s Book of Household Management by Isabella Beeton

Oh, Isabella Beeton, such a short life and now known forever through this book. If you have any interest in Victorian history, you probably know about this book . This book reminds me a lot of “Things a Woman wants to Know”, and essentially, it is. You get tips and tricks about all things in […]

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Review: Dangerous Day in the Roman Empire by Terry Deary

It’s been too long since I talked about another Terry Deary book, so here we are! This time we are going to talk about the Roman Empire, an era which I’m not really interested in, but it being written by Terry Deary, I HAD to read it! The blurb delivered, this is a really funny […]

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Review: Pink Think by Lynn Peril

As I mentioned in my blogpost about Betty Cornell’s Populiarity Guide, I really like vintage things. So, what was it like to be an actual girl or woman in those mid century times? Lynn Peril writes really great non-fiction books, my review about College Girls is also a book written by her. She writes funnily, not […]

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Review: the Victorian Treasury by Lucinda Hawksley

This book is not to be confused with the Little Book of the Tudors. Though they may look similar, they are not in the same series! Then, which one is better? This one or the Little Book? Here’s a short review ! Honestly, when I read both the books, I thought they were from the […]

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Adventure: Germany day 2

So here we are talking about day 2! I had a much better sleep, thanks for asking! We went to two different castles today: Reichenstein and Sooneck. I’m going to begin with the first one we went to: Reichenstein! I really enjoyed going to Reichenstein, it was exactly what I like about castles: a museum. […]

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Review: Severed by Frances Larson

As you probably know by now, I’m fascinated by death. I don’t know why? But especially death in by gone times is really fascinating to me. I could write a book about the fun facts I know about this. But here we are, reading a review about the history of decapitation, and it’s honestly a […]

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Review: How to be a Victorian by Ruth Goodman

I love history, and especially the Victorian era. Yes, I’m one of those people. What I’m not a fan of, are non-fiction books written as if no one had any joy in writing them. And that’s how How to be a Victorian is different!

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