WWW Wednesday 1/7/20

WWW Wednesday is hosted by ‘Taking on a World of Words’ every Wednesday. What are you currently reading?The Lost Soul Atlas by Zana FraillonI'm a huge fan of Zana's other books and while this seems to have taken a totally new, fantasy type style, I think it's going to be just as gritty and tackle... Continue Reading →

Peapod’s Picks 1/7/20

A round up of some of the books we've enjoyed reading this week... Both of our Mog board books are still ruling the roost when it comes to bedtime reading. Read more here. Likewise, The Very Busy Day has continued in regular rotation, but I've managed to get The Very Noisy Night in there too... Continue Reading →

The Midnight Swan

I was lucky enough to request and be approved to read an early copy of this from the publishers on netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. The Midnight Swan by Catherine Fisher, cover art by This is the third book in Catherine Fisher's Clockwork Crow trilogy (you... Continue Reading →

The Ten Riddles of Eartha Quicksmith

I was lucky enough to request and be approved to read an early copy of this on netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. The Ten Riddles of Eartha Quicksmith by Loris Owen Kip is lonely and miserable at school. His sister is missing and his mother in... Continue Reading →

MG Takes on Thursday – Boy 87

#MGTakesOnThursday was created by Mary over at Book Craic and is a brilliant way to shout about some brilliant MG books! To join in, all you need to do is: Post a picture of the front cover of a middle-grade book which you have read and would recommend to others with details of the author,... Continue Reading →

WWW Wednesday 24/6/20

WWW Wednesday is hosted by ‘Taking on a World of Words’ every Wednesday. What are you currently reading?The Ten Riddles of Eartha Quicksmith by Loris Owen I'm mostly enjoying this. There's imaginative and unique world building (although it could be pared back a bit at times) and the riddles are just beginning. I'm liking but... Continue Reading →

20 Books of Summer #4 – Lost

Lost by Ele Fountain I was a huge fan of Ele Fountain's first book, Boy 87 (a hugely under-rated upper-MG must-read if you ask me) so I was really excited about this. We meet Lola as she searches for her brother, Amit, after they've become separated having suddenly found themselves homeless - street rats. I... Continue Reading →

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