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”
As promised, here’s part two of my round-up of middle grade books I’ve read recently! If you missed part one last week, you can find it here. All of these books were sent to me as E-ARCs via NetGalley, but all opinions are my own.Continue reading “Middle Grade Mini-Reviews, Part Two”
I’ve read quite a few middle grade books recently that I don’t quite have a whole post’s worth of thoughts on, so here are some quick thoughts about each! I’ll split this post into two parts so that it doesn’t get too long, so look out for part two next week.
I was sent e-ARCs of all of these books via NetGalley, apart from Escape Room, which Nosy Crow sent me a physical proof of. As always though, all opinions are my own!Continue reading “Middle Grade Mini-Reviews, Part One”
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”
The Pilgrim siblings are back for another adventure – and this time the mirror takes them to 1947!Continue reading “Review: A Secret in Time by Sally Nicholls”
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”
You know by now that if there’s a new witchy middle grade out there, I’m all over it!Continue reading “Review: Diary of an Accidental Witch”
I’ve read the first two books in this fab new middle grade mystery series close together, so this will be a combined review!Continue reading “Review: Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery and The Burglar’s Ball”
I really enjoyed Alastair Chisholm’s debut sci-fi, Orion Lost (review here), so I was thrilled to get a chance to review Adam-2!