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January 29, 2017

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Toffeeapple

I believe that this story has recently been made into a film, possibly called 'Lion'. I have read stories of children becoming separated from their parents at Indian railway stations before now but this is the first I know of being able to return home.

I am currently reading a small collection of Barbara Pym novels - comfort reading for a dismal January (weather-wise).

mary lou

I just finished "Everyone Brave is Forgiven" which I liked. I also finished "When Bad Things Happen in Good Bikinis: Life After Death and a Dog Called Boris" - I took this out of the library after seeing information on her murder trial (going on now) in the Guardian. Knowing she was murdered by the man she falls in love with after her husband dies made it interesting. Otherwise, it is just a collection of blog posts. I feel embarassed confessing this, but I was curious about a children's author who was murdered.

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