Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book blogging initiative hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl with new themes each week. This weeks theme is The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover (submitted by Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse) OK I'm not particularly current with the vernacular "hello fellow kids' is ringing in … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books that Linger, Books you cannot put down!
Orphans of the Tide is an intensely brooding and emotive Fantasy exploring both the inner and social struggle in The Last City, a post apocalyptic society of Inquisitions and Witchhunts to uncover & destroy the next Vessel of the malicious God who Drowned the World. But what if they’ve got it so very wrong? Outstanding … Continue reading Orphans of the Tide – Struan Murray
Littlefae is a huge fan of early chapter books especially those with lots of pictures and I thought I would take the time to celebrate some of those recently published that we have thoroughly enjoyed! Sam Wu is Not Afraid of Zombies - Katie and Kevin Tsang & Nathan Reed (Egmont) Littlefae is a HUGE … Continue reading Lily & Little Reviews – Recent Highly Illustrated Books
Ok first of all this is not a romance themed book, this is a children's book blog and last year I posted a lovely selection of Love in Picture Books And I think a lot of that still stands strong so this year I thought I would just add a little sweet bonus of a … Continue reading Kawaii Valentine Bonus- You Complete Me by Thomas Elliott
You may have noticed that Littlefae is a huge fan of non-fiction books, and that is running off on Tinyfae too, however being younger and not reading yet (though she is wanting to read and learning her phonics!) the kind of books that Littlefae loses herself for hours in are a little too much for … Continue reading Notable Non-Fiction: Non fiction board books
I loved Planet Omar: Accidental Trouble Magnet for its loving #ownvoices immersion in a British Pakistani family adapting to life in a new town, new job, new school and new neighbourhood, some good, some mean but ultimately kindness, empathy and friendship prevail it was one of my favourite highly-illustrated books of the year, so when … Continue reading Planet Omar 2: Unexpected Super Spy Zanib Mian illustrated by Nasaya Mafaridik
Anna Gain and the Same Sixty Seconds is the latest collaboration from Barrington Stoke, books superheroes in a way because they focus on creating accessible books for those with reading difficulties especially dyslexia with a specialised font, careful structure for stamina, prudent vocabulary and cream paper. Even more so its great to see collaborations with … Continue reading Anna Gain and the Same Sixty Seconds – Guy Bass & Steve May