Hi, so I’m taking a break. I’m not sure when I’ll be back, hopefully soon! I’m going to miss you guys, but I’m just feeling really overwhelmed right now and I can’t also add the stress of blogging on top of that. Unfortunately this also means I’m also not going to be reading you guy’s posts. Bye for now,
Today I’m going to be reviewing One by Sarah Crossan .
Rating: 5 out of 5.
Rating: 4 out of 5.
Grace and Tippi aren’t normal twins. There conjoined twins. And they’ve survived 16 years. It’s a medical miracle. However when a family financial crisis means they have to stop being homeschooled and attend high school, all Tippi and Grace want is to not be seen as the same person, not be seen as freaks but as two different people. Can they survive high school and the huge decision that lies ahead, together…
*This is my summary, written by me so please do not copy it without my permission.
I think this is a truly emotional story, one that will wrench at your heartstrings and keep you gripped to the very last page. I cried with Grace and Tippi, and I laughed with them. Because Sarah Crossan has made these characters come to life in the pages of this book and Grace and Tippi aren’t characters you will forget easily.
So on Wednesday the 30th of June, I popped into a charity shop as I was curious because I’d never shopped there before. I went to one which was about equality for disabled people. In total I spent £12. Today I’m going to show you what I got and how much it cost! So let’s just get into this post.
I got this pink exercise top which is super comfy. It was £2.50 which is an absolute bargain.
Last but not least,
I also want to say that the volunteers who worked in there were lovely and it was a very pleasant experience for me.