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”
These two books are perfect for toddlers starting to explore the world around them; one helps you with words, and one with practical skills. Both books were sent to me free of charge to review, but all opinions are my own!Continue reading “Kitten Corner: Learning New Things”
Okay, that’s a clunky title, but I wasn’t sure how else to round up the absolute smorgasbord of information in these gorgeous illustrated non-fiction titles. Little knowledge-seekers will be in heaven with these! All three books were sent to me free of charge, but all opinions are my own.Continue reading “Kitten Corner: Really Informative Books for 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!”
For this instalment of Kitten Corner I wanted to highlight some of the beautiful non-fiction books we’ve been enjoying recently. While I do love a good story, there are some wonderful books out there that look at interesting topics like wildlife and history, and they can be just as gorgeously designed and illustrated, and just as captivating, as fiction!
As always with these posts, books marked with a * were sent to me free of charge by the publisher.
The Castle The King Built by Rebecca Colby, illustrated by Tom Froese*
Published 14th January 2021 by Nosy CrowContinue reading “Kitten Corner: Non-fiction For Babies!”
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!
This huge, stunningly illustrated hardback book is definitely one to put on Christmas lists for history-loving kids!