Book Reviews

More Middle Grade Mini-Reviews!

I know it’s not long since my last set of mini-reviews, but I’ve been all about the middle grade reads recently so there are plenty to show you! All of these were sent to me free of charge via NetGalley except the last, where I was sent a physical copy, but as always my opinions are my own – and here they are!

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Book Reviews

Middle Grade Mini-Reviews!

While I was on hiatus I read so much middle grade! Here’s are some thoughts on three that I really want to talk about, all of which have very spooky or autumnal vibes perfect for darker evenings. All of these books were sent to me free of charge by the publishers, but all opinions are my own.

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Book Reviews

Blog Tour: Alliana, Girl of Dragons by Julie Abe

If you’ve been here a while you might know that I’m a massive fan of Julie Abe and her Eva Evergreen books – they’re some of my favourite middle grade fantasies, so I jumped on the opportunity to take part in the blog tour for her latest book, Alliana, Girl of Dragons. And it’s just as wonderful!

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Middle Grade Mini-Reviews: Girl Power!

I’ve read a number of middle grade books recently with fabulously determined, powerful girls at the forefront, so I thought I’d scoop them up into one post for you as a kind of showcase of fun heroines! All of these books were sent to me free of charge, either as e-ARCs via NetGalley or as physical proofs, but as ever that doesn’t affect my opinions. There’s a wide range, from modern day thriller to historical fantasy, so hopefully something will catch your eye…

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Blog Tour: Sister to a Star by Eloise Smith

Today I’m so happy to be helping kick off the blog tour for Sister to a Star, a new middle grade adventure full of Hollywood hijinks and sibling drama! I don’t often read middle grade contemporary, but you may or may not know that I really love behind-the-scenes stuff on films and TV shows, so Evie’s journey as a young stunt fencer was really tempting. I just finished the book over the weekend and it’s absolutely delightful – but I’m not posting a review today! Instead I have something special to show you: a letter from author Eloise Smith to her unpublished self.

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