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The Twits by Roald Dahl Review

Roald Dahl’s The Twits was first published in 1980 and starts with the line “What a lot of hairy-faced men there are around nowadays.”...

The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl Review

Roald Dahl is known the world over as one of the greatest children’s book authors and despite being born in 1916 and his first...

Kay’s Anatomy by Adam Kay Review

Getting children to put down their phone, tablet or Xbox controller to read a book can be a challenge at the best of times....

Jesper Jinx Gets Famous by Marko Kitti Review

It’s been a long time since I caught up on the adventures of the wonderfully wicked eleven-year-old prankster Jesper Jinx, actually he is the...

The Boy in the Dress by David Walliams Review

British comedian David Walliams is a multi-talented entertainer. Having watched him on television in shows such as Little Britain, Big School and Britain’s Got...

Cartoon Kid Strikes Back by Jeremy Strong Review

WHAM-BAM-JELLY-AND-JAM! I have never read anything by Jeremy Strong previously but with constant giggling and the retelling of passages from the book from the children...

Discovering The World of Jesper Jinx

In our house there seem to be a lot or “pranks” occurring between the 9 and 12 year old. Recently we found toothpaste smeared...

Esio Trot by Roald Dahl Review

Roald Dahl has to be one of the world’s most well-known and famous authors of children’s books. He certainly knew how to write stories...

Yours Sincerely, Giraffe by Megumi Iwasa Review

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...

Dirty Beasts by Roald Dahl Review

There are lots of children’s authors that write some very good stories, but when thinking of truly great children’s authors there are only a...