Book Review, Children's Fiction, Uncategorized

BOOK REVIEW: Fortunately The Milk by Neil Gaiman & illustrated by Chris Riddell

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.

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BOOK REVIEW: Pages & Co: Tilly and the  Bookwanderers by Anna James

This is a wonderful, timeless adventure story that will have book fans everywhere

Book Review, Children's Fiction, Middle Grade Fiction, Young Adult

BOOK REVIEW: Frostfire by Jamie Smith

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

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BOOK REVIEW: The Ice Monster by David Walliams

- Short Review - David Walliams is at it again and this time he's brought a Mammoth with him and a supporting cast that are out of this world with crazy brilliance. Our leader of this motley crew and our guide on this terrific adventure is the young homeless girl called Elsie. This story has… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Ice Monster by David Walliams

Book Review, Children's Fiction, Illustrator, Middle Grade Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: The Boy who Swam with Piranhas by David Almond & illustrated by Oliver Jeffers

As a fan of both writer David Almond and illustrator Oliver Jeffers, I couldn’t turn down the opportunity to review this title. The first thing I would say is that it is a very beautifully produced book with a stunning cover by Jeffers, featuring his trademark mixed media style of illustration and unique font. This… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Boy who Swam with Piranhas by David Almond & illustrated by Oliver Jeffers

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BOOK REVIEW: Geronimo by David Walliams

I have a bit of a love affair with David Walliams, this is because I have two children who are complete bookworms. They love nothing more than curling up on the sofa and either reading his books to themselves or listening to us read his delectable tales to them. He is their generations Roald Dahl… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Geronimo by David Walliams

Book Review, Young Adult

BOOK REVIEW: Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman

If you only read YA  book in your life I think Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman could be a strong contender. It is fast earning a reputation as a modern YA classic. This is a rare book that has it all; love, dystopia, heartbreak, racism, terrorism and it’s a page-turner too. This book will… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman