Tigeropolis – Caught in the Trap.

*We were kindly sent a book to read and review* We are big fans of reading in this house, and love finding new books and authors to add to our reading lists. As the world changes and becomes more aware of the issues our planet is facing, I am trying to encourage my kids to […]

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Marge in Charge… Marge and the Great Train Rescue

Have you met Marge? She has rainbow hair, tells wild stories and she’s the best babysitter in the whole world. Things do SOMETIMES go off the rails when Marge is around but Jakey and Jemima don’t mind that. After all, no one else could rescue a train, help Jakey’s wobbly tooth or cause chaos at […]

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Message in a bottle, personalised books for children.

We are very excited here, to share about something we think is wonderful and that we think our readers will love. No it’s not the Sting song or the movie. This Message in a Bottle is personalised children’s book. It’s has been created by  acclaimed children’s author Tom Percival and illustrator Tuire Siirainen and it really […]

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I believe in Unicorns…

Hello again. Emily here. I wanted to tell you about my trip to see I believe in Unicorns. I went to see it, at the theater with my class at school, and really enjoyed it.  I haven’t read any of the other books written by Michael Morpurgo, yet,  although Mum says she is going to […]

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Emily reviews Gangsta Granny, by David Walliams

Hi Emily here. I’m going to be telling you all about the book Gangsta Granny, written by David Walliams. I hope you enjoy it. Gangsta Granny is about a boy called Ben. He has a mum and dad who ignore him all the time because all they care about is… ballroom dancing! Ben also has a […]

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Slinky Malinki or Hairy Maclary?

I have always loved Lynley Dodd’s books, and came across her series Slinky Malinki and Hairy Maclary when I was doing my teaching practice in primary schools. (I did a year of teacher training before my mother died, then I took time off and never went back, that’s another story for another day…) I loved […]

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