Inspiring Young Readers
Grandpa Bert and the Ghost Snatchers posted on 14 Jul 2018
Kasper and Anna are very excited when their Grandma Gertie from Barbados comes to visit them in England – even if she is just a little bit strange
Candy posted on 11 Jul 2018
Imagine a world where sweets, chocolate, cake, ice cream and all things delicious are banned ...
Peace and Me: Inspired by the lives of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates posted on 08 Jul 2018
Lantana Publishing have a mission to bring us beautiful children’s books from writers and illustrators with diverse and international backgrounds.
Norman the Norman and the Very Small Duchess posted on 04 Jul 2018
Another in the delightful Barrington Stoke ‘Little Gems’ series, Philip Ardagh’s ‘Norman the Norman’ is back
Jason Banks and the Pumpkin of Doom posted on 03 Jul 2018
Let’s not mince our words – Jason Banks is a bully. And he loves it too.
The Strange Fascinations of Noah Hypnotik posted on 29 Jun 2018
I have to admit that it took me a while to tune into this very complicated story - but then I am probably not the intended audience.
Back On Weir(d) Street posted on 28 Jun 2018
This is Anne Fine’s second trip to Weir(d) Street and, as you might guess from the title, it’s another spooky outing
The Tiger On His Back posted on 26 Jun 2018
Over three years ago the Letterpress Project carried an article bemoaning the way children’s books seemed to be failing to reflect the ubiquity of tattoos
Errol’s Garden posted on 24 Jun 2018
What can you do if you love growing things but you don’t have a garden at home? This beautiful picture book is a
Buttercup Sunshine and the Zombies of Doooom posted on 20 Jun 2018
Turn off the lights, grab yourself a torch, pull the bedcovers over your head and settle down for laughs and chill-thrills