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World of book lovers

Pegasus Blog articles capture all things happening
in the world of books, writers and literature.

  • Egg-Cellent Easter reads for Kids

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    Easter is just around the corner and with it comes cute furry animals and magical adventures. From bunny rabbits to bees, to mice and even fairies. We’ve got little ones covered with these fun, adventure, illustrated books.   Mrs Bunny and the Easter Egg Penny Findlow &nb...

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  • Should I Read or Should I Write? | Comparing the Benefits of Everyday Reading and Journaling

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    Both reading and writing have many benefits which are, actually, interrelated. While reading allows shaping a better understanding of different topics and subjects, writing helps to appropriate that knowledge, integrate it into your worldview, and make use of it.

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  • The Symbolism of Landscapes in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

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    It is no secret that English Literature students need to read dozens of different books per month. And many learners would claim that detailed and extensive descriptions of nature in Classic Literature are nothing but a waste of time. They will argue that in some cases, the whole plot can be condensed to several pages if such descriptions are removed.

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  • A book for every Mum

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    Are you looking for a great Mother's Day gift for your Mum, Grandma, or another great lady in your life?   We've got a book for her! Whether she loves Gardening or if she's a hopeless romantic, a foodie, a geek or a nature lover. We've got you covered!     ...

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