We have been waiting for Libby and the Highland Heist with bated breath! The first book in this series Libby and the Parisian Puzzle is a favourite in this house with all of us, Littlefae enjoyed uncovering the mystery by herself and Tinyfae enjoyed it so much as a read aloud she regularly asks to … Continue reading Libby and the Highland Heist by Jo Clarke illustrated by Becka Moor
Philip Caveney has brought his thrilling adventures to historical settings with Stand And Deliver! Perfect for lovers of historical fiction that asks questions of its readers about the way we frame lovable rogues and criminal behaviour, and ideal for those studying the History of Crime and Punishment- though perhaps more relevant at the GCSE end. … Continue reading Stand And Deliver- Philip Caveney
Apologies, I intended to post this first or in tandem with my blog tour post for the sequel Safe, but life circumstances meant its coming a little later. Flight was published in 2018 and I think it deserves to be revisited with the publication of Safe and especially for those new to the series, will … Continue reading Flight – Vanessa Harbour
I am delighted to be celebrating the cover reveal of Sticky Pines The Valley of The Strange by the brilliant Dashe Roberts! which will be publishing 1st September from Nosy Crow. illustration by Bill Bragg, Design by Ray Tierney This frankly awesome cover was illustrated by Bill Bragg & designed by Ray Tierney and is … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Sticky Pines The Valley of The Strange by Dashe Roberts
What started off as a fun adventure thriller, 21% Monster by PJ Canning turned into something beautifully inclusive, existential and empowering with its subtle commentary on the ways we are different, whether it physically, neurologically or indeed our experiences are what make us powerful not only as individuals but as a species. Fans of Alex … Continue reading 21% Monster by PJ Canning
Today I'm one of three stops on the mega celebration blog tour for Jennifer Killick's DreadWood! I’ve been a huge fan of Jennifer’s writing for some years, she is a literal diamond of contemporary storycraft with a twisted element whether turning her hand to unfortunate superpowers, mysterious disappearances or tween horror , Jen is a … Continue reading DreadWood by Jennifer Killick
I’ve been a huge fan of Darren’s writing since his debut Scavengers reframed the landscape of Middle Grade writing for me. His writing is like a rich tapestry that transports us into deeply imagined worlds but also challenging and introspective, unflinchingly so, on the emotional landscape of children, particularly boys as they navigate the changing world … Continue reading Furthermoor – Darren Simpson featuring chapter excerpt.