Fortunately the Milk is a masterfully told tale full of surprise and humour and amazing illustrations. A must for any Neil Gaiman fan for someone just looking for a ripping yarn and a good chuckle.
This is a wonderful, timeless adventure story that will have book fans everywhere
- Short Review - The first of a trilogy this is witchcraft but not in the traditional sense of casting spells around a cauldron. More of a fantasy novel, the story follows the travels of Safi and Iseult a pair of Threadsisters. Each has their own individual power but together their destiny is greater than… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Truthwitch by Susan Dennard
We don't really review that many picture books on STORGY Kids but this one came through my letter box and I couldn't not write about it. My daughter for a long time now has become somewhat scared of the dark, we've bought her a nightlight and it stays on every night. When we go to… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Elephant That Ate The Night by Bing Bai
- Short Review - Set a short while in the future this is a time hopping, save the world adventure. Dogs are spreading a fatal disease and it's up to Georgie and her best pal Ramzy to take a chance on the mysterious Doctor Pretorius' experimental Virtual Reality Time Travelling Machine and leap a year… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Dog Who Saved The World by Ross Welford
- Short Review - Perfect for all curious kids and budding detectives this book takes the Sherlock brand and turns the famous sleuth into a comic strip styled crime solver. Ideal for those who are too old for picture books but still find entire pages of text a bit off putting. A fun caper in… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Sherlock and the Baker Street Curse
This is a book which pulls no punches in its opening scenes and chapters. The reader is thrown into the thick of a complex world, with all the confusion and disorientation which goes along with that, but it certainly makes for an arresting, exciting read. The book opens with some of the main characters –… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Frostfire by Jamie Smith