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‘Definitely add a copy to primary school class collections and family bookshelves.’ Red Reading Hub Reviews Mister T.V.
Jill Bennett at Red Reading Hub has reviewed Julie Fulton’s brand new picture book, Mister T.V. illustrated by Patrick Corrigan; It’s great to see more picture
Kieron and T, over at Father Reading Every Day have reviewed the udderly funtastic, The Moosic Makers by Heather Pindar and Barbara Bakos; Joni is a
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‘This book would made a great addition to any home library or early years classroom!’ Helen Ishmurzin Reviews Julie Fultons, Mister T.V.
Helen Ishmurzin has reviewed our second narrative non-fiction, Mister T.V. by Julie Fulton and Patrick Corrigan; Mister T.V. is an informative, child-friendly and humorous autobiography of
‘The characters are excellent and will be loved by boys and girls aged 8 plus’ What’s Good to Read Reviews, The Whispering Stones
David from What’s Good to Read, has reviewed book two in the Wolfsong series, The Whispering Stones, by Saviour Pirotta and Davide Ortu; In The Whispering
‘This book was truly a joy to read’ Youth Services Book Review; Arlo, Mrs Ogg and the Dinosaur Zoo by Alice Hemming
Rose Metayer, from Boston Latin School and a reviewer for Youth Services Book Review has reviewed book one in the Class X series; Arlo, Mrs Ogg and
‘Stuffed with silly, and with a massive gag-per-pence ratio’ A Snort-Induced Review of Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage
The funny folks over at Snort! have got their hands on Jenny Moore’s latest middle-grade adventure, Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage; If you like fart gags
‘It has excellent characters, is packed with adventure and humour and will appeal to children on lots of different levels.’ What’s Good to Read Reviews Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage
David at What’s Good to Read has delved into Jenny Moore’s new Middle-grade fiction, Audrey Orr and the Robot Rage; Jenny Moore’s Audrey Orr and the Robot
‘A gripping tale during which its young protagonist narrator learns much about himself’ Red Reading Hub Ventures into the Neolithic
Jill Bennett from Red Reading Hub has ventured into the second addition in the Wolfsong series, The Whispering Stones, by Saviour Pirotta and illustrated by Davide Ortu;
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‘Julie Fulton has done a great job giving us the story in a digestible way and with plenty of humour’ The Letterpress Project Reviews Mister TV
Terry Potter from The Letterpress Project has read and reviewed our upcoming, second narrative non-fiction picture book, Mister TV written by Julie Fulton with endearing illustrations by
‘I’m rather impatiently looking forward to Part 3 now!’ The Merry Bookworm Speedily Eats Up the Second Instalment in the Wolfsong Series
Lorraine, otherwise known as the Merry Bookworm, has taken a journey to the Neolithic in Saviour Pirotta’s second installment in the Wolfsong series, The Whispering Stones with