WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Taking on a World Of Words that simply asks three questions.
What are you currently reading?
The True colours of Coral Glen – Juliette Forrest
This is a very different style and pace from what I’ve been reading so far and I’m just taking the time to float about in the colours and alternative vibe about this book.
What did you recently finish reading?
The Unicorn Quest -Kamilla Benko
I thoroughly enjoyed this magic between worlds novel last week with quest for missing sisters and stolen artefacts and am itching to read the next one.
Milton the Mighty -Emma Read Illustrated by Alex G Griffiths
This gorgeous story teaching education over panic about conservation and environmental respect and is a good analogy for the power of the internet.
Witches (Un)Welcome – Kaye Umansky Illustrated by Ashley King
I thoroughly enjoyed this third book in the series which although I enjoyed a Wish for A Witch this is certainly back to the wonderful magic of a Witch for a Week.
I love the childish nature of Magenta Sharp against the solemnity and hard work ethic of Elsie- it reminds me at times of Edie and Saffy on Absolutely Fabulous and I loved how Wlsies dad had a lot more gumption this time. A book of growth and change but I hope there’s room for more adventures yet:
Mirror Magic – Claire Fayers
I was bowled over by how twisted and deliciously dark this because it does appear frothy and light from the fairy land wishing magic mirror context. loved the escapades of Ava, Jasper as they struggle to find out who has been causing strange messes at their point.
Jemima Small Versus The Universe – Tamsin Winters
Oh this book should be on all the curriculums, learning to love ourselves just the way we are.
Review to come shortly
Summer Adventures- Enid Blyton
A light and frothy look at short stories with a moralistic summery theme. Some wonderful tales of bravery and thwarting baddie will keep young children scared of fishing out more.
What do you think you’ll read next?
I’d like to prioritise a few more of my 20 Books Of Summer before the end of the month.
Otherwise I have a few dedicated reads including Check Mates by Stewart Foster for Primary School Book Club this month which is about a boy with ADHD who learns to play chess from his grandfather and it changes his life.