We’re Off to Find a Kiwi by Juliette MacIver and Kate Wilkinson When I holiday love nothing more than to spend an hour or two lost in a local bookshop. This year I spent quite a bit of time in
Pig The Pug by Aaron Blabey On a week where I have been working to turn one of my stories into a picture book, I spent quite a bit of time researching what mades a good picture book. And, coincidentally,
The Day That a Ran Away by B.C.R Fegan (Illustrated by Lenny Wen) I started this group of reviews focusing on books published by their authors or small publishing houses to give you an idea of the range of books
Don’t Ever Look Behind Door 32 by B.C.R. Fegan and Lenny Wen After such a long period off I am excited to return with a review of a book I just adored reading. I was so excited because I do
An Hour of Your Time Can Produce Gold I love a new book. I love to be the first one to open a book and to read it til the end. Even if I buy a book for both my
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.
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.
Flight by Nadia Wheatley and Armin Greder A man, a woman, a baby and a donkey. A perfect time of year for this book! But this one does not have such a happy ending. I bought Flight on one of
Pease and Quiet by Gabrielle Tozer & What do they do with all the Poo from all the animals at the Zoo? by Ahn Do I miss reading picture books to my son, but that does does not stop
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak Apparently every child likes to be wild sometimes, even the best behaved of them! As it was reviewer Sam’s birthday this weekend I asked him to choose a favourite book for me