The Extraordinary Cases of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle I love reading crime novels. I love watching Sherlock Holmes movies and TV series. But I had never read even one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories.
Summoner Book Three The Battlemage by Taren Matharu In this weeks review reviewer Sam looks at the final book in one of his favourite series – The Summoner Series by Taren Matharu. In books one and two Fletcher leant he was
A Different Dog by Paul Jennings A boy and a dog – what a great idea for a story! But in this book Paul Jennings has written a very different story! I love going into libraries and bookshops to find
Two Fantasy Reviews by Two Young Reviewers For today’s blog we have two very very different Fantasy books being reviewed by two of our young reviewers, The Gift and The Hidden Oracle. They are both the first book in a
The Witch’s Kiss by Katherine and Elizabeth Corr In traditional fairy tales witches are either good or bad, but in the modern day fairy tale The Witch’s kiss Merry finds that being a witch is much more about shades of
Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson Loved the movie! Loved the book even more! Even though I read the last two chapters with tears streaming down my face! I rarely ever read a book after I have seen a movie as
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda By Tom Angleberger A book where an Origami Finger Puppet is the star and gives advice to Tweens. Sounds like a book that would not normally have been on my bookshelf as a child!
Wonder by R. J. Palacio Reviewed by Sam S Aged 10 Have you ever felt like you stand out? Well the main character in this book always feels like that. The book tells how he and others learn to deal
Three for the Holidays Today we have three reviews for the holidays. Two new reviewers, Ruby and Finn, join our regular reviewer Sam for so ideas for holiday reads. Hope you enjoy! Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
Theodore Boone By John Grisham While I do try to read what people call good books, I have to admit to enjoying getting stuck into a good crime novel. I admitted as much when I reviewed Exposure, Kathy Reich’s foray