This is currently Smallest's favourite book. She adores the interactivity of the paper engineering (as it is described on the book itself). It goes far beyond a standard pop up book with tabs folding in various directions, doors that open and close, lights that turn on and off, and of course, the … [Read more...] about Lost and Found – review.
We were sent both these books for review from Barrington Stoke. Their website says "Struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers deserve the best books available" and that is what they are aiming to produce. Both these books are written in relatively simple direct language, but with good strong story … [Read more...] about My name is O/ Pale – review
I'm not actually going to tell you what I wore on Wednesday. Instead, I'm going to talk about last Thursday and Friday, when I went down to High Wycombe (over to High Wycombe?) for a blogger event. Because of the length of the journey and my advance pregnancy (eek!) I travelled down the afternoon … [Read more...] about What I wore Wednesday – two maternity outfits for price of one!
Buy Dark Parties at AmazonI do like teen fiction. But not stereotyped teen fiction. So I was a tiny bit nervous about this as it fits into the current vogue for dystopian fiction and I was afraid it might turn out to be a bit samey. Fortunately my fears were unfounded. Dystopian it might be, but … [Read more...] about Dark Parties by Sara Grant – review.
I really wasn't up to much today, so I was thrilled to find an envelope from ChocLituk in my post this morning. It contained and chocolate, so was a very good start to the day. I haven't read any Jane Lovering before, though I understand there are several about. This one is due out in September, … [Read more...] about Star Struck by Jane Lovering #100books