The Quiet at the End of the World is an exploration of what it means to be human, and what it means to be human when you are carrying the weight of your species on yours and one others backs. There are thoughtful moments, uncomfortable concepts and scenes that may make you wobble emotionally but … Continue reading The Quiet at the End of the World -Lauren James
WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Taking on a World Of Words that simply asks three questions. What are you currently reading? The Quiet at the End of the World by Lauren James (Walker Books) published 7th March *gifted I'm currently over 100 pages in and loving the gentle establishing of Lowrie and Shen's … Continue reading Pause for WWW Wednesday 27/02
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book blogging initiative hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl with new themes each week. This weeks theme is Places Mentioned In Books That I’d Like to Visit. Now as I read childrens books and lots are fantastical realms so I decided to run with it, plus being as I … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Wish you were Here Bookwandering edition.
Princess Poppy is back and rebranded through Eden Cooper, author Janey-Louise-Jones’ venture with a focus on ethical, compassionate and environmentally aware books of quality. When I picked this up from our local independent bookstore, I was pleased to find that Princess Poppy Please Please Save the Bees isn’t a tale about a fairytale princess waving … Continue reading Princess Poppy Please Please Save the Bees – Janey Louise Jones & Jennie Poh
Today is Isadora Moon Day, celebrating everything Isadora Moon by the fabulous author and illustrator Harriet Muncaster and I urge you to seek out this highly illustrated early chapter series if you haven’t already. They are especially precious to us because they are the first books Littlefae started to read aloud by herself rather than … Continue reading Faevourites- Isadora Moon Day
After the response to the Top Ten Tuesday- Gems with under 1,000 ratings post was immensely positive, it was suggested this is a great thing and I agree. I found it immensely difficult to choose from so many that were under represented so I have decided to make spotlighting a regular fixture. The Owls Of … Continue reading Little Spotlights: Owls of Blossom Wood- Catherine Coe
WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Taking on a World Of Words that simply asks three questions. What are you currently reading? Littlefae is embarking on Abie Longstaff's latest Trapdoor Mystery: The Thief in the Night with gorgeous illustrations as ever by James Brown. This series is a favourite of ours but is not … Continue reading Pause for WWW Wednesday 20/02