Reading 47 degrees opened my eyes to the realities of what was faced on Black Saturday ten years ago. Justin D’Ath has captured his experiences and put it into a work of fiction for ages 10 years and over.
India Wimple could spell. Brilliantly. So brilliantly…she is endearing and considering, kind and always putting others before herself. She is also known to be able to chase a mystery…especially at the International Spelling Bee in London.
This book teaches children how to be kind to animals demonstrates kindness and love, shows how it is important for everyone to be loved and cared for, and how to give back to the community.
This year I have read so many Junior series but have been unable to share them all. Here are four series that are funny, silly and sometimes a little gross.
Matilda: The Original Story by Roald Dahl Matilda At 30: Chief Executive of The British LibraryIllustrated by Quentin BlakePublished by Puffin|Penguin BooksDate: 4 October 2018R.R.P. $27.99 Dear Friends When…
Jeff Kinney you have done it again, The Meltdown is bound to be a Wimpy Kid fan favourite and had me engrossed from beginning to end. Greg Heffley kept me entertained and had me hooked from the beginning, when his imagination runs wild – thinking about his own talking toilet, unfrozen cavemen and cyborg legs so he can sleep on his way to school.
This easy to read book is full of fun, adventure and cooking. Sage Cookson travels with her celebrity Chef Parents where she helps others, gets caught up in adventure and making new discoveries.
Fairytales for Feisty Girls are Once upon a time stories with a difference. These stories invite the reader to believe in themselves, to be courageous and to realise just how smart they are.