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Nick and Charlie

An original short story featuring the characters from the bestselling graphic novel Heartstopper and the critically praised debut novel Solitaire by Alice Oseman, both of which have been adapted into hit Netflix series. Written by the author of Loveless, the 2021 Young Adult Book Award winner.
Some say that being apart can actually strengthen a relationship.
For the past two years, CHARLIE and Nick Nelson have been an item. Rugby, F1, canines, the Marvel world, the scribbling sound of felt-tip pens, wet paper, downpours, and drawing on shoes are among his favourites. It turns out that he has a thing for me, too.
NICK: “Some of the things Charlie Spring and I enjoy doing together are: Observing motion pictures. Stay put while using separate laptops in the same area. Send each other text messages while you’re in separate rooms. Get it on. Create a meal. The bar is open, so mix some beverages. Drink to excess. Talk. Argue. Laugh. Maybe we don’t have much to offer. However, we don’t mind if you do.
All of Nick’s and Charlie’s friends and family agree that the two make the ideal couple. But now Nick is off to college, leaving Charlie behind in Sixth Grade. People keep inquiring if Nick and Charlie plan to remain a couple, which is an idiotic inquiry given that their names are “Nick and Charlie.”
As the time for parting draws nearer, however, Nick and Charlie begin to wonder if their love is truly powerful enough to last. Are they just putting off the unavoidable, though? Since it’s common knowledge that first affections don’t usually last a lifetime.

The 143-Storey Treehouse

The 143-Storey Treehouse is the eleventh installment in Andy Griffiths’ and Terry Denton’s best-selling Treehouse series, and it’s full of laughter for readers of all ages.
They’ve expanded their Tower by another 13 stories (it was already 130 stories tall!) There’s a word-o-matic (it knows every word in the entire world!) and a recycling centre and a wrecking ball and a cave with a real, live, fire-breathing dragon and a room where people can complain and it’s always midnight and a cemetery where people can go on a pleasant, relaxing camping vacation.
Andy’s been feeling overwhelmed, so Terry has planned a trip to the new camping ground level as a means to help him unwind. It’s not quite the stress-free activity Terry had hoped for….
All of Andy’s fellow campers suddenly vanish after Terry forgets to pack the tent and food, their fishing attempt goes horribly wrong, and the eerie campfire stories are a little too spooky.
Will Andy be able to find them in the pitch black forest in time for them to complete their next novel?

The Little Prince

Truly a masterpiece that will last forever. There are few books that are as well-known and loved by both young and old as The Little Prince. This Bolinda version is the ideal listening companion and is sure to win over fans of all ages.
More than 50 million copies have been distributed in over 150 different languages. That novel is one of the top 50 bestsellers. Lerner and Loewe turned it into a film musical, and there have also been two operas and an animated TV series based on the story. It is a popular textbook for introductory French classes.
The most extraordinary little fellow appears before a stranded aviator one morning in the desert. A total stranger approached me and said, “Please, sketch me a sheep.” And the aviator learns the hard way that sometimes you just have to give in to the mysteries of life because there’s nothing else you can do when events are too complex to comprehend. He gets out his writing implements and… This is the beginning of a wise and enchanting fable that has changed the world for its readers by revealing the secret of what is truly essential in life.


This riveting account of faith, survival, and a mother’s instincts unfolds against the backdrop of a bonding adventure gone horribly wrong. Karla and her stepdaughter Olivia are away from everyone else on a camping vacation when word of a mysterious outbreak in San Francisco spreads.
Given their limited resources, the two women must decide who poses the greatest danger: the mysterious stranger who has stumbled upon their campsite, the lethal virus, or each other.
The Audible Emerging Playwrights Fund commissioned playwright Marisela Trevio Orta as part of its goal to foster the creation of groundbreaking new works of spoken-word theatre. She was given funding and artistic assistance to write and produce Nightfall, directed by Elena Araoz, as part of her role as a playwright commissioned by Audible.

A Streetcar Named Desire

Robert O’Hara returns to direct this Tennessee Williams masterpiece at the Williamstown Theatre Festival after his 2019 performance of A Raisin in the Sun was hailed as “an absorbing, watershed revival” by The New York Times. Playing Blanche DuBois is Emmy, Grammy, and six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald, and playing Stella DuBois is Carla Gugino, whose performance in O’Hara provides a new and visceral perspective on the famous sisters’ complex and fraught relationship. Blanche, plagued by her past, moves in with her sister Stella and her spouse Stanley (Ariel Shafir) in New Orleans, where she struggles with the truth about her sister’s husband, Stella’s denial, and her own mental disintegration.

The Boy Who Could Do What He Liked

In honour of World Book Day on March 3rd, 2016, I present to you David Baddiel’s The Boy Who Could Do What He Liked, which he has written and recorded particularly for the occasion.
First ever World Book Day audiobook, “Alfie and the Amazing Time Machine” is a delightful and heartwarming tale about a young child named Alfie who thrives on order and predictability. Alfie’s existence is governed entirely by rules.
In the presence of Alfie’s new baby sitter, Mrs. Stokes, Alfie learns that rules aren’t everything and that perhaps this is no average baby sitter.
Features great music and SFX, providing a hilarious and action-packed listen.

Final Words

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