There have been reading groups–opportunities for shared reading—forever, well, at least since Chaucer’s and Boccaccio’s time. The Canterbury Tales and the Decameron both tell a multitude of stories with new stories emerging from reactions to them– characters squabble, boast, agree, disagree, compete, succumb. It’s not so different to life in
Each month our fabulous partner Give A Book* ask an author to share their favourite book.
This month’s feature, chosen by poet Emily Berry, is the wonderfully named From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg, a childhood favourite.
If you would like