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‘A great message wrapped in a humorous package and is a perfect book for children who love a silly story.’ Kristin Guay Reviews The Knight Who Might
Kristin Guay, former Librarian at Youth Services Book Reviews, has picked up this exciting ARC of Lou Treleaven’s upcoming picture book, The Knight Who Might, illustrated
‘This is a belter of a book and an absolutely fantastic debut!’ Father Reading and T Approve of David Crosby’s Debut Picture Book, Pirates Vs. Monsters
Kieron and T, otherwise knwon as Father Reading, have swashbuckled themselves some pirate bounty with this ARC of David Crosby’s debut picture book, Pirates Vs. Monsters –
‘This book is perfect for children between the ages of four and nine years old–especially if they enjoy learning about famous people.’ Youth Services Book Review
Kristin Guay, reviewer and former Youth Services Librarian, has reviewed our second narrative non-fiction picture book, mister T.V., by Julie Fulton and illustrated by Patrick Corrigan; What
‘The kids and I love this book for many reasons: it’s funny, entertaining, the illustrations are fresh and hilariously engaging’ The Knight Who Might Gets a Mighty Review
The Merry Bookworm has got her hands on Lou Treleaven’s upcoming release, The Knight Who Might, which is set to gallop into bookstores this August, alongside
‘Fans of sports, biography, women’s history, and resilience are going to love this new picture book’ Unpacking the Power of Picture Books Reviews, Trailblazer
Sandy, otherwise known as Unpacking the Power of Picture Books, has read and reviewed our newest narrative non-fiction picture book about the legendary, Lily Parr and
‘Move over Little Engine That Could and get ready to share the bookshelf with The Knight Who Might.’ Kirkus Reviews Lou Treleaven’s Upcoming Picture Book
Kirkus Reviews have got their hands on Lou Treleaven’s upcoming picture book, The Knight Who Might, about an unlikely hero who finds his place; Move over
My Book Corner has read and reviewed our newest narrative non-fiction book about the legendary, Lily Parr and the Dick, Kerr ladies. Trailblazer, written by Elizabeth
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We’ve made it! It’s day 10 of the Trailblazer Blog Tour and to wrap things up we’ve headed over to the Teacher Bookworm, also known as
‘So whether you already have a budding little footballer in the house or a child that thinks “football is for boys” this is a book they should read.’ Trailblazer Blog Tour, Day 9
We’ve checked in to our penultimate stop, thanks to David over at What’s Good to Read for this review! Trailblazer follows the true story of Lily Parr,
‘The book opens the door to age-appropriate conversations about inequality and prejudice.’ Trailblazer Blog Tour, Day 8
We’ve made it to stop 8 on our blog tour, and today we are joined by Lorraine, AKA The Merry Bookworm, and her football-mad son, Harvey;
Take a look at Clumpety Bump in this Green Early Reader! Want more from Phil? Well, check out Cantankerous King Colin, here!