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‘A must-read for all young pirate and monster fans!’ Helen Ishmurzin Reviews the Delightfully Devious Debut from David Crosby
Helen Ishmurzin has read and reviewed David Crosby’s debut picture book, Pirates Vs. Monsters; Pirates Hector, Sue and George are crafty, bold and all very
‘A heartwarming story about family with a cosy, Christmasy feel.’ Bauble, Me and the Family Tree Review
Heather over at Makebelieve & Manuscripts has read and reviewed Jenny Moore’s newest middle-grade title, Bauble, Me and the Family Tree; Noel is used to his unusual
‘I’m really impressed with this picture book. The use of rhyme makes it appealing to children and it explains scientific principles really clearly.’ The Ish Mother Learns the Science Behind Rainbows in Billy Dunne’s Debut Book
The Ish Mother, also known as Bec, has read and reviewed Billy Dunne’s debut picture book, Why? A Sciencey, Rhymey Guide to Rainbows, with colourful illustrations
‘A heartfelt and emotive story of grief, love, honesty and how families come in all different shapes, sizes and configurations.’ What’s Good To Read Reviews Jenny Moore’s Newest Middle Grade
What’s Good To Read has reviewed Jenny Moore’s most recent middle grade title, called Bauble, Me and the Family Tree. Noel is used to his
‘Full of science fact (and not children’s fiction) and it is extremely well done.’ Book Bairn Discovers the Answer in Billy Dunne’s Debut Picture Book, ‘Why?’
Kim, also known as Book Bairn has read and reviewed debut author, Billy Dunne’s upcoming sciencey, rhymey guide to rainbows, Why?, illustrated by Rhys Jefferys; Are your
‘Ms. Fulton […] gives young readers a sense of history, moving along in parallel to the growth of television.’ John Logie Baird’s son and grandson share a review of Mister T.V.
Malcolm and Iain Baird share their thoughts on Julie Fulton’s non-fiction dedication to the life and inventions of John Logie Baird – televisor extraordinaire; Review
‘The rhyming text is excellent, the illustrations are bold, vibrant and engaging and the underlying message of it is never good to tell lies makes it a fantastically fun read.’ Pirates Vs. Monsters Get’s 5 Stars
David over at What’s Good To Read has reviewed this treasure of a pirate book with a twist. Written by debut author David Crosby and illustrated by
‘The message to keep trying even in the wake of defeats or mistakes is such an important lesson for young children to see.’ Youth Services Book Reviews Get Stuck Into ‘A Super Sticky Mistake’
Former Youth Services Librarian, Kristen Guay, has read and reviewed upcoming non-fiction picture book, written by Alison Donald, all about the accidental discovery of super glue; Most
‘An action-packed, fun-filled, space adventure with excellent characters that children will really enjoy reading.’ Top Marks From What’s Good To Read
David from What’s Good To Read has ventured into outer-space in the second book of the Turns Out series, Turns Out I’m An Evil Alien Emperor, by
‘If you have a dinosaur lover this book is a must on your bookshelf.’ Reader Views Kids Reviews The Wondrous Dinosaurium, by John Condon
Reader Views Kids have read and reviewed John Condon’s epic dinosaur picture book, The Wondrous Dinosaurium. Illustrated by Steve Brown. Danny wants a new pet but
https://player.vimeo.com/video/449209465 Ranging from Pink (level 1) to White (level 10) the Maverick Reading Scheme is a great resource for those who are just starting their
‘A big-issue book told with heart, soul, humour and complete originality.’ The Breadcrumb Forest Reviews Jenny Moore’s, Bauble, Me and the Family Tree
Tracy Curran, also known as The Breadcrumb Forest, has delved into Jenny Moore’s upcoming Middle Grade fiction, Bauble, Me and the Family Tree. Coming 28th September!