When I first reviewed the debut Anisha novel, I knew that Serena Patel had created something special, and with the publication of each book, both Littlefae and I have been swept away in these young reader mysteries that explore so much more than the social or interpersonal problem presented, and yet capture the very real … Continue reading The FCBG Childrens Book Award- Anisha: Accidental Detective by Serena Patel
Today it is my turn on the Lets Get Festive tour. We have been celebrating Christmassy books in all their guises from advent calendar bitesized tales to Merrytime Mystery and Murder to festive frolics! For me I was spoilt for choice, and it was a little overwhelming as we have SO many Christmas books some … Continue reading Let’s Get Festive- Lucy’s Magical Stories, A Series by Anne Booth.
Black cats and magic for early readers? Midnight Magic by Michelle Harrison and Elissa Elwick is the PERFECT book for any little one with the call of wonder in their soul. Midnight Magic is such a joyful and positive depiction of magic and wonder with a twinkling dose of mischief to keep the giggles. I … Continue reading Midnight Magic- Michelle Harrison and Elissa Elwick
I am so delighted to be celebrating the publication of Mark Bradley’s Bumble & Snug and the Angry Pirates, a graphic novel/comic book for younger readers. This book has been welcomed with glee into our home, I barely was allowed to photograph it before it was whisked away by my 8 year old with her … Continue reading Blog Tour: Bumble & Snug and the Angry Pirates by Mark Bradley
This is such a gorgeous series, we have both Little Lion and Penguin rescue so we were over the moon to read Little Tiger Rescue and I have to say this one is absolute brilliant with lots of deeper meaning as well as fun. Fliss wants to be a vet when she grows up and … Continue reading Little Tiger Rescue- Rachel Delahaye, illustrated by Jo Ann Davies
Michael Rosen has revisited some ideas from his 90s collection to suit the Little Gems collection with dyslexia friendly publisher Barrington Stoke to create two cheeky short fractured fairy tales celebrating how diminutive girls can use their wits to outsmart hungry bears and grumpy kings. With fabulous illustrations from Ashley King (Littlefae recognised his work … Continue reading Clever Cakes by Michael Rosen illustrated by Ashley King
We are DELIGHTED that today is our turn take part in the Blog Tour to celebrate the release of the awesomeness that is Scribble Witch!! Ok hands up, who here would play with pencil toppers, erasers, small toys (we were allowed troll pencil toppers at my primary school!) in their pencil case and would imagine … Continue reading Blog Tour: Scribble Witch: Notes in Class by Inky Willis