Betsy Bow-Linnet and her 44 highly trained mice are back! This time, they’re on a baking adventure…Continue reading “Review: 44 Tiny Chefs by Sylvia Bishop and Ashley King”
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!”
I’ll tell you what’s not a secret: my absolute adoration of Picklewitch and Jack. I loved the first two books in this fun chapter book series (reviews here and here), and their third adventure more than lives up to the hype!Continue reading “Review: Picklewitch and Jack and the Sea Wizard’s Secret”
I’ve been a huge fan of this fun middle grade series since the first book, The Dragon in the Library (my review is here!), and loved the second book, The Monster in the Lake, too (review for that one here!). So today I’m bringing you a review of book three of Kit’s madcap adventures, The Wizard in the Wood!Continue reading “Review: The Wizard in the Wood”
I accidentally read book two of this fab time travel series first (see my review of A Christmas in Time here!), but that didn’t spoil anything – book one is just as good!Continue reading “Review: A Chase in Time”
The first Jasper and Scruff book was a delightful story of two oddly-matched friends, and I couldn’t wait to read another of their adventures!Continue reading “Review: Jasper and Scruff Take a Bow”
I had so much fun with Betsy and her 44 highly-trained mice in their first adventure, 44 Tiny Secrets (review here!), that I couldn’t resist the chance to review their second!Continue reading “Review: 44 Tiny Acrobats”
I adored the first two Marshmallow Pie books (review here if you didn’t see it originally!) and the latest instalment in the series is the best yet!Continue reading “Review: Marshmallow Pie the Cat Superstar in Hollywood”
I’m a huge fan of Michelle Harrison’s middle grade books (see my reviews of A Pinch of Magic and A Sprinkle of Sorcery for why!) so I was really excited to be invited onto the blog tour for her first foray into chapter books – Midnight Magic is a rhyming tale of a girl and her pesky magical cat, told in verse and beautifully illustrated by Elissa Elwick!
A wintry animal tale with a historical twist, Frost sounded like a perfect kids read to snuggle up with now that it’s getting cold!