The Imaginary by A F Harrold illustrated by Emily Gravett

Ages and ages ago I started reading The Imaginary as a bedtime story. Turned out it was far too scary to be an end of day book, so we moved it to lunchtimes. Although the children loved the language and the characters, some parts were very upsetting so we kept having breaks. (Fortunately, you can […]

A little, Aloud, For Children. Review

We returned from Butlins this afternoon to a glorious stack of booky goodness, some expected (a collection of Septimus Heap won via twitter) and some not. This one was not, but I was immediately enthralled and at bedtime brought it to bed with me. I know, as a conscientious book loving parent and home educator […]

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