June 26, 2018
by Nora Nagy
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Holiday reads from the folk at Helbling

What goes on your essential holiday equipment list? A large towel, sunglasses, flip-flops, sunscreen, a swimsuit and books, obviously. We love reading all year round, but when we have an extra weekend or even a week off, we cannot wait … Continue reading

June 6, 2016
by Nora Nagy
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Our Most Anticipated Holiday Reads 2016

School is almost over, and the moment has come when we finally have some time to read what we really love and not what we have to. Have you noticed that we tend to turn to the same authors and genres we have always enjoyed reading? … Continue reading

July 31, 2014
by Nora Nagy
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Holiday Reading Part 3: What are our authors reading this summer?

This week four more Helbling authors have shared their holiday reading plans with us. Find out what Elspeth Rawstron, Robert Campbell, Rick Sampedro and Walter McGregor are reading this summer. Elspeth Rawstron I ended a spate of reading WWI books with Kate Atkinson’s Life … Continue reading

July 24, 2014
by Nora Nagy
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Holiday Reading Part 2: What are our authors reading?

We have asked ELT author and trainer Janet Olearski to share her holiday reading plans with us. Here are her holiday picks. Janet Olearski has written two Helbling Readers (Mr Football and Twins) and has recently adapted Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. Janet Olearski’s Holiday Reading “I usually have … Continue reading

July 16, 2014
by Nora Nagy
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Holiday Reading Tips from our Authors

We asked our authors to share their holiday reading plans with us. Christian Holzmann I’m about to finish Kate Clanchy’s Meeting the English (a nice enough novel of manners), and then I’m going to read Carthage by Joyce Carol Oates, who, I … Continue reading