There are some books that you move your hands over, admiring every inch and you know there is something special about the book inside and out. This book captured my attention and it was indeed something wonderful.
If you want a book that will empower your child to be all that they are then Bronte, Me and My Boots is the one to read.
There is no one quite like Juno Jones, she doesn’t like reading, is writing a book, she’s got ninja moves and is usually up to some sort of mischief…or at least thinking about it.
Sounds Magic explores creativity and music, bringing puppets to life as they go on their musical adventure.
Ho! Ho! Ho! There is a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Christmas Cake, dancing, sitting on a Christmas tree and making a list for Santa. Hazel Edwards delights us with the imagination of a child and the celebration of Christmas.
A young knight (boy), protects his castle (his play equipment) with a (cardboard) sword. Beware, he is watching and listening and inspiring the imagination of children.
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.