#SixforSunday is hosted by Steph at A Little But A Lot. Every week there is a bookish-themed prompt to inspire 6 choices. This month focuses on The Ever Growing TBR pile and this weeks prompt is 2019 books I’m excited for. Oh this is so difficult to narrow it down to 6!! You see, whilst … Continue reading Six for Sunday- 2019 books I’m excited for.
Today Tinyfae turns 3, and everyday I am thankful for my little miracle (not that Littlefae isn't a miracle it's just a little different in how they came into the world) There are things we have been through with Tinyfae, particularly before she was born that make the fact that we have made it to … Continue reading Tinyfae’s 3rd Birthday- Feeling a Little Emotional
Great Bunny Bakes- Ellie Snowdon Group: Picture Book Published: Simon & Schuster 2018 Key Words: Wolf, Cake, Disguise, Bake Off, Bunnies, Kindness Littlefae I loved it because the bunnies helped and Quentin is great! The wolf is really kind but the bunnies didn't know that until they got to know him. I like that Quentin … Continue reading Little Spotlights- Great Bunny Bakes by Ellie Snowdon
Griffiths is an established and respected crime fiction writer for grown ups but has turned her knowledge and skill to include children's mystery books and A Girl Called Justice focuses on a young female protagonist called Justice Jones in a historical boarding school setting and has the potential to grip the youngest MG readers up … Continue reading A Girl Called Justice – Elly Griffiths
WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Taking on a World Of Words that simply asks three questions. What are you currently reading? Potkin & Stubbs- Sophie Green Illustrated by Karl Mountford (Piccadilly)Littlefae chose from my Six for Sunday post that I shall read Potkin & Stubbs a Mystery story involving ghosts and orphans and a wannabe … Continue reading Pause for WWW Wednesday 22/05
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book blogging initiative hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl with new themes each week. This weeks theme is Books that no one is allowed to touch.This weeks prompt I do understand in a way. I’ve got more cagey over the years about lending books, after not getting things back … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday- Books I can hardly wait for my girls to touch
This is a wonderful tale from Charlotte Lo, it’s utterly feel-good contemporary but has the nostalgia and freedom of vintage children’s stories like Swallows and Amazons, The Famous Five but without any problematic elements. I know this is going to be a popular book with my girls and likely reread to bits when they get … Continue reading We Won An Island – Charlotte Lo