Children’s Book Review: Pip And Posy The Christmas Tree

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review is for Pip and Posy: The Christmas Tree by Alex Scheffler. It was published by Nosy Crow on 4th October 2019 and it can be purchased on Amazon*. Children’s Book Review: Pip And Posy The Christmas Tree It’s Christmas time and Pip and Posy are busy decorating the tree with candy sticks, and biscuits, and a beautiful sugar star. But the strange thing is that, every time Posy goes out of the room, when she returns, there’s one less decoration on the tree. Eventually, there

Children’s Book Review: Mouse’s Night Before Christmas

AD | Post includes gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review is for Mouse’s Night Before Christmas by Tracey Corderoy. It was published by Nosy Crow on 3rd October 2019 and it can be purchased on Amazon*. It’s Christmas Eve and everyone is fast asleep . . . except for a lonely mouse who lives in the grandfather clock. So when Santa arrives, lost in a blizzard, Mouse is the only one who can show him the way. Together they embark on a magical sleigh ride, delivering presents all around town. But the best present of

Children’s Book Review: Earth Heroes

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review is for Earth Heroes by Lily Dyu. It was published by Nosy Crow on 3rd October 2019 and it can be purchased on Amazon*. When faced with climate change, the biggest threat that our planet has ever confronted, it’s easy to feel as if nothing you do can really make a difference . . . but this book proves that individual people can change the world. With twenty inspirational stories celebrating the pioneering work of a selection of Earth Heroes from all around the globe, from

Children’s Book Review: The Best Kind Of Bear

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s book review is all about The Best Kind of Bear by Greg Gormley. It was published by Nosy Crow on 3rd October 2019 and it can be published on Amazon*. When Nelly asks Bear what kind of bear he is, he isn’t entirely sure how to answer. So off he goes to find out . . . But none of the different bears he meets on his travels are like him. Grizzly bears don’t have funny stitches; polar bears don’t have washing labels attached to their bottoms;

Children’s Book Review: The Boy Who Loved Everyone

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) Today’s book review, for World Kindness Day, is The Boy Who Loved Everyone by Jane Porter. It was published by Walker Books on 7th November and it can be purchased on Amazon*. “I love you,” Dimitri tells everyone, from his friends at nursery to the big tree in the playground. But why does no one say it back? Dimitri worries no one loves him – until he finds out there are lots of different ways love can spread through the world. As today is World Kindness Day, I wanted

Children’s Book Review: Incredible Jobs You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of

AD | Contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s book review is for Incredible Jobs You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of by Natalie Labarre. It was published by Nosy Crow on 3rd October and it can be purchased on Amazon*. Do you know what you want to do when you grow up? Why not work as a babysitter . . . for sloths? Or become a farmer . . . of corpses? You might even grow up to be someone who gets paid to actually sleep on the job! From taste testers to dinosaur dusters, there are

Children’s Book Review: Africa, Amazing Africa

AD | Gifted This weeks’ book review is for Africa, Amazing Africa by Atinuke. The book was published by Walker Books on 3rd October 2019 and can be purchased on Amazon. Atinuke’s first non-fiction title is a major publishing event: a celebration of all 55 countries on the African continent! Her beautifully-written text captures Africa’s unique mix of the modern and the traditional, as she explores its geography, its peoples, its animals, its history, its resources and its cultural diversity. The book divides Africa into five sections: South, East, West, Central and North, each with its own introduction. This is

Children’s Book Review: WildLives: 50 Extraordinary Animals that Made History

AD | Gifted This week’s book review is for WildLives: 50 Extraordinary Animals that Made History by Ben Lerwill. It was published by Nosy Crow on 5th September 2019 and can be purchased on Amazon. In this fascinating and touching book, children can learn about 50 courageous creatures from around the world and throughout history. This captivating collection gathers heart-warming, surprising and often emotionally powerful stories of bravery, discovery and friendship. Featuring a range of animals – from heroes, helpers and adventurers to achievers and many more – young readers will discover some of the most famous and unforgettable animals