Inspiring Young Readers
The Starlight Watchmaker posted on 24 Jun 2019
One of the great things about setting a story on a mythological planet somewhere in the universe at an unspecified date in the future,,,
Dino Knights posted on 21 Jun 2019
Just imagine a medieval world of warring kingdoms fighting for territory, brave knights committed to keeping the land safe...
No Ballet Shoes in Syria posted on 19 Jun 2019
Aya is an eleven year old girl who has recently arrived in Britain with her mum and baby brother, seeking asylum from war in Syria.
D-Day Dog posted on 14 Jun 2019
Jack loves two things more than almost anything else – his dog Finn and the war games videos he plays with his dad.
Binx Lost in France posted on 01 Jun 2019
Binx the black cat was very excited because he and his family were off for an adventure in France.
The Jesse Tree posted on 27 May 2019
I do love a good cosy crime whodunit so was delighted to see that this new YA story had one at its heart.
What can we be? posted on 22 May 2019
Millie finds life at home very boring compared to the time she spends at school with her friends.
McTavish Takes The Biscuit posted on 20 May 2019
I first encountered McTavish the dog and his owners, the Peachey family, in the previous book in this series, McTavish Goes Wild.
The Poetical Institute's Peculiar Powers of Vegetables and Fruit posted on 15 May 2019
If you know a child who loathes leeks, hates haricot beans, finds radishes revolting or is sickened by swedes, this may well be the book you need ...
The Disconnect posted on 12 May 2019
Could this novel be any more prescient or pressing?