May Bank Holiday Monday


Happy May Bank Holiday! You probably are aware by now that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, HRH Prince William and Catherine Middleton have a new addition to their family. The new princess was born on the 2nd May 2015.  The as yet nameless princess who is fourth in line to the throne. I’m sure you’ll join us in our congratulations to the Duke and Duchess on their new bundle of joy!

This week we should be back to normal, with Fiona posting on Friday and me on Sunday. Fiona will be reviewing something called Pea’s Holidays, which personally I have never heard of! So that should be a good read.

I am going to stick to my commitment of bringing you the next in the twins series, with a look at Guy and Harry Lawdler from Five on a Secret Trail so you’ve got all week to re-read the book to reacquaint yourself with the twins.

Our Wednesday post will be a reblog from Novelicious  about literary loves.

So with all that planned out for you, I’ll leave you with a picture of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their new princess.  If you want to see some of my pictures from this last week, head over to our sister blog Two Points of View this week to see some pictures.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with the newborn Princess on the 2nd May 2015 taken from the Daily Mail Website

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with the newborn princess on the 2nd May 2015 taken from the Daily Mail Website

 

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4 Responses to May Bank Holiday Monday

  1. chrissie777 says:

    “Pea’s Holiday” is a book which mentions EB quite frequently and takes place in or near Corfe Castle Village, Dorset. I recently read Viv’s article on the book.

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    • fiona says:

      I didn’t know Viv had written an article about Pea’s Holidays. Where did it appear?

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      • chrissie777 says:

        I’m pretty sure it was in somebody’s blog mentioned either in World of Blyton or in one of the EBS forums, because otherwise I never would have heard about the book. Maybe somebody else remembers which forum mentioned the blog?

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  2. Francis says:

    Another excellent weeks’ blogs to look forward to.
    Many thanks
    Francis

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