Picture Book and Play on a Rainy Day

Picture Book and Play is a weekly(ish) post featuring books Peapod has been enjoying recently and some of the play we've had based on it. This week, it's a topsy-turvy post as the play came first and the books came later! I don't know what it's been like where you all are but we have... Continue Reading →

Picture Book and Play – Mini Rabbit Come Home

Picture Book And Play is a weekly post in which we look at a picture book (or books) Peapod's been enjoying recently and some of the play we've had based on it. We're big fans of Mini Rabbit in our house (you can read our reviews of Mini Rabbit Not Lost and Mini Rabbit Must... Continue Reading →

Rainbow Grey

I was lucky enough to receive a free advance copy of this in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. Rainbow Grey by Laura Ellen Anderson From the creator of the brilliant Amelia Fang comes the start of another delightful series (OK I'm being a little presumptuous there, but no... Continue Reading →

Believathon 3 – Storm

I was lucky enough to receive a free copy of this in exchange for my thoughts on it. All views and opinions are my own. This was my choice for Believathon prompts The Torn Page – Read a book with supernatural elements and The Spilled Ink - Read a book with ghosts in it, though... Continue Reading →

Starfell

I was lucky enough to be sent copies of these by the publisher. All views and opinions are my own. Starfell: Willow Moss and the Lost Day/Willow Moss and the Forgotten Tale by Dominique Valente, illustrated by Sarah Warburton When the first Starfell book came out I just wasn't sure - it looked good for... Continue Reading →

Bad Nana: That’s Snow Business

I was lucky enough to request and receive a copy of this from the publishers in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. Bad Nana: That's Snow Business by Sophy Henn When the first Bad Nana book (Older not Wiser) came out it immediately piqued my interest. With a naughty... Continue Reading →

The Binding

Imagine you could erase your grief. Imagine you could forget your pain. Imagine you could hide a secret. Forever. Emmett Farmer is working in the fields when a letter arrives summoning him to begin an apprenticeship. He will work for a Bookbinder, a vocation that arouses fear, superstition and prejudice - but one neither he... Continue Reading →

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