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

Blog Tour: Guest Post by Bex Hogan -Creation Stories of the Isles of Storm and Sorrow

Venom Bex Hogan blog tour

I am delighted to be taking part in the Blog Tour for Bex Hogan's Venom, the follow up to Viper and second book in the Isles of Storm and Sorrow Trilogy. Venom is deeper, darker, faster, harder and tricksier than Viper, and sets us up beautifully aching for the resolution in the finale Vulture (out … Continue reading Blog Tour: Guest Post by Bex Hogan -Creation Stories of the Isles of Storm and Sorrow

Blog Tour & Review: The Pearl in the Ice- Cathryn Constable

I am so excited to be taking part in the blog tour for The Pearl in the Ice which is a epic Coming of Age Quest infused with SteamPunk flavours of Cogheart & Brightstorm with airships and a militaristic outlook, an Edwardian feel from social conventions and fashions yet undercut with an undulating primal whisper … Continue reading Blog Tour & Review: The Pearl in the Ice- Cathryn Constable

Notable Non-Fiction: Earth Heroes- Lily Dyu illustrated by Jackie Lay

There’s been a lot of heavily illustrated inspiring role model books over the last few years with a turn to conservation heroes in 2019, which has been fantastic to get the conversation going about saving the environment and learning to change our behaviours and adapt to this as young as possible. However until now there’s … Continue reading Notable Non-Fiction: Earth Heroes- Lily Dyu illustrated by Jackie Lay

Notable Non-Fiction- Turn and Learn Books illustrated by Hannah Tolson

This post is participating in #KLTR this month. These are such a clever idea. Littlefae is 6 but she still loves an interactive board book, lifting, turning, wiggling, she enjoys the kinaesthetic and sensory aspects of such books, and I suspect she isn’t the only one. Here the team at Caterpillar have applied the concept … Continue reading Notable Non-Fiction- Turn and Learn Books illustrated by Hannah Tolson