I’m loving the current trend of beautiful non-fiction picture books aimed at middle grade readers – these huge, fully illustrated books are the stuff of childhood dreams for an inquisitive kid, no matter what subject! I’ve rounded up six of my recent reads to show you – all of these were sent to me for review, but my opinions are my own.Continue reading “Kitten Corner: Beautiful Illustrated Non-Fiction for Older Kids”
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Kitten Corner: Illustrated Books for Slightly Older Readers!
I have just a few books in today’s Kitten Corner round-up, but I think that this is one of my favourite kinds of book – gorgeous, informative picture books with tons of detail for confident readers who need a bit more meat in their stories! All of these books were sent to me for review, but that doesn’t affect my opinions!Continue reading “Kitten Corner: Illustrated Books for Slightly Older Readers!”
Review: The Egyptians
This flap-filled history book is the most stunning kids’ non-fiction book I’ve ever seen. I would have swooned for it as a child, and I’m really looking forward to sharing it with my son when he’s older!
Review: The Humans
This huge, stunningly illustrated hardback book is definitely one to put on Christmas lists for history-loving kids!
Review: Museum Kittens – The Pharaoh’s Curse
Cats and history in one story? There was no way this wasn’t going to be on my radar!
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