I’m so thrilled to be part of the blog tour for this utterly beautiful collection of linked stories celebrating the British countryside through history!
This is quite a varied selection today, but what these very different books all have in common is that they’ll get kids engaged with learning new concepts, even if they don’t necessarily realise it! All of these books were sent to me free of charge, but that doesn’t affect my opinions.
We’re in the full flush of spring now, and if you’re looking forward to getting outside more often, I have a great selection of picture and board books that have a focus on nature, whether that’s the plants you might grow or the creatures you might discover. All of these were sent to me free of charge, but my opinions are my own as always.
Today is my stop on the blog tour for this bubbly, bouncy new chapter book that’s perfect for dragon and dog lovers!Continue reading “Blog Tour: Luma and the Pet Dragon by Leah Mohammed”
This week on Kitten Corner I wanted to take a look at some of the calmer, more gentle picture books that have come out recently. All of these books were sent to me free of charge by Little Tiger, but all opinions are my own, as always.Continue reading “Kitten Corner: Sweet, Relaxing Picture Books”
Bea Black returns for more funny, sweet witch school adventures!Continue reading “Review: Diary of An Accidental Witch – Flying High by Perdita and Honor Cargill”
I love Louie Stowell’s funny, clever books, and while this is a very different style to Otherland and The Dragon in the Library, it’s no exception!Continue reading “Review: Loki – A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good by Louie Stowell”
With Christmas looming, I thought it was a good time to show you some beautiful, large-format books that would make great gifts, if you’re still in need of last-minute ideas! All of these books were sent to me free of charge, but as always, my opinions are my own – and I recommend all three!Continue reading “Kitten Corner: Great Gift Books”
I’ll admit I wasn’t sure that this book about early female footballers would be my cup of tea, but it’s actually a stunning piece of WW1 fiction for middle grade readers.Continue reading “Review: Our Beautiful Game by Lou Kuenzler”
A dark middle grade fantasy with a great cat companion!Continue reading “Review: Maggie Blue and the Dark World”