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With Reviews of Children’s And Young Adult Books,

Our team of reviewers let us know what what they are reading to help you find that perfect book to develop life-long readers.

In December

I am finished with Nanowrimo and now I am back on board with my usual review schedule. I am going to start with some Christmas inspiration, followed by two YA books that older readers might also like, and finally a Christmas tale.



This month we have  a magical middle grade book, and I am trying to get reviewer Sam to let us in on what he has been reading. If I get time I will also do a best of the year so you can get some inspiration for your Christmas shopping. Some reviews may not make the Sunday deadline as I am heavily involved in NANOWRIMO – where I try to write a 50,000 word novel draft in November, but I will get all my reviews done, promise


September and October have been busy months for me with family sickness and getting books ready for publishing, so I am only going to try for 2 reviews this month. The first is taking a look at a Pug that has taken the world by storm and the other takes a new look at the after life.


September starts with father’s day, and we hear from Mr Bookbubble with a book that YA Readers will enjoy based in London, we take a look at what makes a good early reader, and I am working on a blog about reluctant readers heading to high school.


In August we had some Not so Sweet Adversity, A beautiful dog called Molly, a boy who lived for over 1000 years and a Jackie French historic novel.


June /July was a month where we highlighted books by authors outside of mainstream publishing to give you an idea of the variety of books around. We had a picture a book set in a hotel and a book where a ran away by the same author/illustrator pairing, a tween/teen book that will get your girls wanting to swim, two teen romances with a twist, a zombie book and a debut Wizard and Warrior offering.


And Reading Advice,

Articles and ideas to support parents as they work with children to develop literacy skills.


And A Small Shop with Selected Books and Gifts for Book Lovers

Along with a small selection of our favourite books we have bookmarks, book bags and other gifts to help make reading more exciting.





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