Literature has long been used as a subversive way to criticise political systems, leaders and societal norms.
While we can still travel via literature, I thought I’d compile a list of real life places you can visit which appear in some of the books on sale at William Shakesbeer.
Whether you’ve got the UEFA app on your mobile, or you want to punch the next person you hear singing, “Football’s Coming Home,” there’s no denying it’s difficult to avoid this particular football tournament during the month of June.
Who doesn’t love a good children’s book? Here are five fun facts about the much-loved children’s author, Jacquline Wilson.
Happiness can be an elusive concept at the best of times, never mind a year into a pandemic.
Sometimes I feel like the longer I live in Spain, the more it confuses me.
So, April 23rd is World Book Day, first started by UNESCO in 1995.
Why would anyone do something so archaic as reading a good-old-fashioned-book?
So, now that you’ve purchased a real life book, where to go and enjoy it?
No, I don’t mean which books you would take on your travels (if only! Travel, remember that?) Instead, I mean books which have allowed you to travel.
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