Amari & the Night Brothers by B.B Alston

Amari and the Night Brothers by B.B Alston

I am DELIGHTED to be taking part in the Ultimate Blog Tour for Amari and the Night Brothers by BB Alston which is quite frankly such an thrilling and fresh take on the magical fish out of water genre that I can hardly hold my excitement in. The crunch of it could be summed up … Continue reading Amari & the Night Brothers by B.B Alston

Moonchild: Voyage of the Lost and Found by Aisha Bushby

Moonchild Aisha Bushby

I am so grateful that this book landed on my doormat because this book, my goodness, this book has something incredible within its pages, something that stirs the soul and reaches in for the magic buried deep inside us. If you love the way that Sophie Anderson threads oral storytelling and folk tale tradition into … Continue reading Moonchild: Voyage of the Lost and Found by Aisha Bushby

Planet Omar 2: Unexpected Super Spy Zanib Mian illustrated by Nasaya Mafaridik

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 – Guy Bass & Steve May

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