Hello everyone! I'm here interrupting your timelines to share some reviews of some kids historical books I've read recently. I don't read a lot of historical fiction (y'know outside of WW2), so I'm really trying my hardest to get some more into my catalogue! If you have any recommendations, please please let me know! Gamayun … Continue reading Mini reviews: the historical edition
The amazing squirrels of Barrington Stoke have sent me some amazing books over the past few weeks and I thought it was about time that I gave them some love and shared the absolute joy of these books. For anyone who doesn't know, Barrington Stoke is a small, independent and award-winning children’s publisher. For over … Continue reading Squirreling around… a Barrington Stoke wrap up!
The Ghost Garden: Historical fiction done splendidly "SUMMER 1914. When Fran unearths a bone in the garden of Longbarrow House on the same afternoon that Leo breaks his leg, it must surely be just a coincidence. But Fran can't shake the uneasy feeling that the events are somehow connected, and there is a shift in … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Emma Carroll
Hello friends! How are you this fine Friday? I thought I'd do some mini reviews for some brilliant MG books I've read recently because I wanna give every book a space on my website, but sometimes I don't have time to write full reviews of everything (especially since it seems in January I have been … Continue reading MG Mini Reviews!
Good morning! How are we all?! Today I come to you with some mini reviews. I'm going to keep them short and sweet, but these are some books that I've read recently that I want to shout about that I've just not had a chance to yet! The Fire Maker - Guy Jones "Alex loves … Continue reading Mini reviews: MG edition
Owen and the Soldier: a brilliant tale about the importance of feeling heard "Owen and his mum are struggling. It’s just the two of them now and they’re finding it difficult to ask for the help they need. When Owen discovers a crumbling stone soldier in a memorial garden in the local park, it feels … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Lisa Thompson
Hello friends! How are we all? What is everyone reading at the minute? I'm currently reading Someday by David Levithan (in preparation for the event I'm hosting with him and the AMAZING Laura Steven. If you're knocking about Newcastle on October 30th, come along... you can get tickets from Waterstones or click this link to … Continue reading Mini reviews – wrap up!
Happy Friday everyone! Today I am sharing some of my favourite recent reads from the people over at Barrington Stoke! Barrington Stoke specialises in 'cracking reading', publishing super-readable children’s books that break down the barriers that can stop kids getting into reading. Their books bring together the very best children’s authors and illustrators in the … Continue reading Brilliant Barrington Stoke
I am a MASSIVE FAN of picture books. I am a MASSIVE FAN of books which promote a love of reading. Pair these two together and you have a book I KNOW I need to read and own and tell everyone about. The Covers of my Book are Too Far Apart is a PERFECT book … Continue reading BOOKBLOG: Vivian French