Short Review E.R.Murray delivers an action packed follow up to her Nine Lives Trilogy book 1 ‘The Book of Learning’ with the breathtakingly brilliant ‘The Book of Shadows’. We journey with Ebony again as she tries to continue her quest, but this time there are more baddies, more adventure, more gadgets, more fabulous characters and… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Book of Shadows by E.R. Murray
- Short Review - I found Boy Underwater to be a magnificent book that has a host of themes that are running through it, a number of which I am sure many young children may face at some point in their little lives. There is so much jammed packed into this adorable read that it… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Boy Underwater by Adam Baron
This is a nice introduction to the big stories of the Arthurian legends. Perfect for a reluctant reader or lover of comic books.
– Short Review – This book is a whirlwind – fast paced, gripping and building on the world that Ness so delicately nurtured in the first book 'The Knife of Never Letting Go' also reviewed here by STORGY KIDS. Todd’s world is changed forever when he makes a deal with the Devil Mayor Prentiss (President Prentiss)… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Ask And The Answer by Patrick Ness
- Short Review - A magical detective mystery story, perfect for 8 to 10-year old's. A piece of real archaeology brought to life, in a fast-paced story with a great female character, Rose Muddle. This book has a particularly great ending that'll leave you wanting to read the next in the series. Other books… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – The Rose Muddle Mysteries: The Amber Pendant by Imogen White
- Short Review - This book is the second book in the fabulous Ghost Rescue series by Andrew Murray and we follow Charlie as his new found website Ghost Rescue gets its first email for help. So Charlie and his merry crew of Ghosts head off to help rescue Lola Gorgonzola from being pestered by… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Ghost Rescue and the Greedy Gorgonzolas by Andrew Murray
- Short Review - David Walliams has done it yet again, he's managed to find even more disgusting, vile and horrid children, lucking in shadows, hiding under rocks, living in streets like yours and mine. David Walliams is like a collector, a Roald Dahl Indiana Jones - venturing far and wide to bring us the… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The World’s Worst Children 3 by David Walliams