Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book blogging initiative hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl with new themes each week. This weeks theme is Most Anticipated Book Releases for the First Half of 2020I'm going to level with you here, I have a spreadsheet for 2020 reading and one sheet is dedicated to Books I … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday- Most Anticipated releases – Jan-March
I’m delighted to be part of the Blog Tour for The International Yeti Collective by Paul Mason & Katy Riddell and I’m so excited to be presenting an exclusive illustration from the novel too! The International Yeti Collective tells the interwoven tales of a young girl beginning to question her uncle‘s attempt to capture Yeti … Continue reading Blog Tour: The International Yeti Collective – Paul Mason & Katy Riddell
The Master Of Sorrows is a strong debut of High Fantasy, with lots of attention given equally to world building, moral and ethical issues and action sequences. I’ll be interested to see where this goes in subsequent books. The monastery-like Academy which acts more as a Lord’s Manor Castle and surrounding serving village of Chaenbalu … Continue reading The Master Of Sorrows: Book One of The Silent Gods by Justin Call
World Book Day is coming up fast and most parents of primary aged children across the land are one of three things; blissfully ignorant for another two weeks; racking their brains for an idea, ANY idea, nope did that last year someone will comment; or smugly prepared whether it’s an elaborate costume or a protest … Continue reading #Share a Story and The World Book Day Monster- Adam & Charlotte Guillain and Ada Grey
Here in the UK this is a huge publication day for so many exciting books! This post gathers together some of the books celebrating their book birthdays, ones we've already been lucky enough to either receive ARCs or been able to purchase early releases, read and reviewed on the blog. Then I've listed those published … Continue reading Super Seventh- Amazing books publishing today!
More serious in tone than previous books from an environmentalist point of view with discussions of food shortages and from a plot point such as people disappearing and in mortal danger. But as ever the thoroughly educational rally to arms for young children to care about bees to save our and their futures. This excellent … Continue reading Bee Boy: Curse of the Vampire Mites – Tony De Saulles
Kiss the Crocodile is a gorgeous tale about children, making friends, not judging a book by its cover and taking ‘safe’ risks. Monkey, Anteater and Tortoise are best friends and love to play together in the forest. Then they come across Little Crocodile and his mum, and they are scared of him. Crocodile’s mummy invites … Continue reading Kiss the Crocodile by Sean Taylor and Ben Mantle