If you love reading, and you love being a bit crafty then making your own bookish goodies and gifts can be fun and rewarding. Hand made gifts are always treasured, add in a literary twist and what more could you want?
This selection of little gits and arts you can make yourself is lovely. It was originally uploaded for Christmas but with Easter on the way, some of these are pretty simple and effective, particularly if you’re giving books for gifts too!
Take a look and see if you can get some inspiration for some bookish crafts.
As is often the case with crime adaptations, it’s not the first novel in the Harry Hole series that is being adapted, that was The Bat, written in 1997 but the seventh book, The Snowman, released in 2007 in Norwegian and translated in 2010. This isn’t unusual for crime adaptations, and could mean we see further adaptations if The Snowman is successful! Read More
It’s a little over two minutes of hilarity, who has the best beard, who has the best friends? Watch and laugh and then you decide, who won the epic rap battle! Read More
Now a movie, Goodbye Christopher Robin is to tell the story of his life and the creation of the bear loved the world over. You can expect a certain amount of romanticising from the movie, Christopher himself is documented as saying the Pooh stories blighted his life, but even knowing that it’s hard to imagine he didn’t have the most magical childhood. Read More