Ice Wolves – Elementals #1 by Amie Kaufman (By Sam S Aged 11) I showed Sam this book I was going to read for review, and he was immediately taken in by the cover. He read the back, and that was
Oska Pollock – The Last Hope by Anne Plichota (Translated by Cendrine Wolf) I know you many find it hard to believe, but sometimes I actually read books just for me. And sometimes those books are Young Adult Books. When
Jorie and the Magic Stones by A.H. Richardson If your young readers love Enid Blyton, Eva Ibbotson and C.S.Lewis books they will enjoy this week’s review book, Jorie and the Magic Stones. A.H. Richardson’s book set in a magical land
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (Review by Sam Aged 11) Ready Player One by Ernest Cline is a science fiction novel set in a run down version of earth where the only place you can go to escape reality
Why I and Thousands of Others Love Reading Children’s and Young Adult Books For many years children’s books have been seen as something less than adult literature. Then along came Harry Potter and suddenly reading children’s literature became cool. Recently
The Very Cranky Bear by Nick Bland I know I like to find new and different books for you all to read, and I know the Cranky Bear has been around for a while. But he is new to me.
The Girl, the Dog and the Writer in Rome by Katrina Nannestad Anyone who has been to Rome will tell you it is a cacophony of sights, sounds and smells. If you have not been to Rome then you will
Enchanting the Fey by Rebecca Bosevski Lots of little girls love fairy stories and then many grow out of them. Some never do. And some, like me, find themselves immersed in a land of fairies for the first time as
Koala Bare by Jackie French and Matt Shanks Ever seen a koala just wake up? Far from the cute and cuddly bear we imagine koalas are quite grumpy, and Jackie French’s koala in Koala Bare is true to form.
I Heard a Rumour by Nancy Krulik and Attack of the Dragons by Geronimo Stilton With school in Australia now back in full swing I am sure many parents are now back on the home reader treadmill. It is hard