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Faythe and the Fearstone: Best Frenemies by Roland Moore Review

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The past 2 years haven’t been great for anybody and one of the things, among many, to suffer has been children’s mental health due...

The Christmas Pig by J. K. Rowling Review

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We are now entering a brand new year - 2022! We have just finished our Christmas festivities - a time for celebration, family fun...

Being is Better by Marjorie Jackson Review

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Books aimed at the young adult, or very commonly abbreviated to YA, are short stories and novels aim at children and young adults between...

When Moggie and Froggie met Doggie by Julia Stebbing Review

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I don’t think that children do enough reading and would like to see children read more, especially as there are so many excellent children’s...

Gus’s Garage by Leo Timmers Review

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Gus’s Garage by Leo Timmers, a children’s author from Belgium, is a bright, bold and colourful rhyming picture book that children will adore. Lots of...

Scarlet Underpants Meets the Dragon by Catherine Muir Review

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We enjoy lots of books in our house, having everything from board books (Nosy Norman still gets used even though the kids are far...

When Moggie Met Froggie by Julia Stebbing Review

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Books can open up whole new worlds, especially children’s books for their young readers (and listeners). Young children should read, or be read to,...

Guilty Wives by James Patterson and David Ellis Review

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Everybody loves a good and exciting thrill. Reading a good thriller can entertain and delight, stretching your emotions, taking you to a high and...

Yours Sincerely, Giraffe by Megumi Iwasa Review

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When I was in primary school, a long time ago, we were encouraged to have a pen pal (for any younger readers, we didn’t...

The Lost Smile: The Fabulous Five by Julia Stebbing Review

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The Lost Smile: The Fabulous Five, written by Julia Stebbing and illustrated by Zuzanna Lipinska, is a heart-warming picture book aimed at 4-7 year...