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Fun Fact Friday – 26th June 2015

Fun Fact Friday – 26th June 2015 Back in 1988, Dr. Alan Francis put all of his hard work and years of research into his newly published book, ‘Everything Men Know About Women‘. The book, a little over...

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Fun Fact Friday – 19th June 2015

Fun Fact Friday – 19th June 2015 Dr. Seuss Theodor Seuss Geisel was an eccentric character best know for his children’s books under the pseudonym, Dr. Seuss. Over the course of his life time he published forty-six children’s...

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Fun Fact Friday – 12th June 2015

Fun Fact Friday – 12th June 2015 Lynman Frank Baum, better know as L. Frank Baum, wrote many books throughout his life time. His most famous work is the children’s book ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ written in...

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Fun Fact Friday – 5th June 2015

Fun Fact Friday – 5th June 2015 The Dog Ate It! ‘Of Mice and Men’ written by the author John Steinbeck, was nearly called ‘Something that Happened’, which may have been a fitting name due to what actually...

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Fun Fact Friday – 29th May 2015

Fun Fact Friday – 29th May 2015 Nearly everyone has heard of J.D. Salinger’s novel ‘The Catcher in the Rye’. But how many of you have heard of the book ’60 Years Later: Coming Through the Rye’? ’60...

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Fun Fact Friday – 22nd May 2015

Fun Fact Friday – 22nd May 2015 In 1821, eighteen-year-old John Horwood was convicted for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Eliza Balsumbe. His punishment was to be hanged and his body to be given to Bristol Royal Infirmary...

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Fun Fact Friday – 15th May 2015

Fun Fact Fact – 15th May 2015 Author Franz Kafka, (3rd July 1883 – 3rd June 1924), wrote many books during his life time, including short stories, a novella and three novels. However his three novels, ‘Amerika’, ‘The...

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Fun Fact Friday – 8th May 2015

Fun Fact Friday – 8th May 2015 The children’s book ‘Curious George’, may never have been published due to the Nazi invasion of Paris during WWII. In 1940, Curious George’s authors, Hans Augusto Rey and Margret Rey (husband...