A graphic novel about a Boy and his spaceship called The Verity. An epic adventure that is perfectly written for 8-12 year olds.
‘Every night when the clock strikes 8, dad pipes up, ‘off to bed before it’s too late.’
Follow Hayden and his dad on their bedtime adventures
This has to be one of the best colour recognition books that I have seen in a while. The meerkats are cute, the words flow easily, and it is one of those books that are playfully engaging.
Lydia Williams in goalkeeper for the Matilda’s and her message is clear, ” I just want to motivate and hopefully be a role model for kids so that they know they can do anything they set their mind to. And have fun whilst doing it too”. She has done this through her first book Saved!!!
Trouble comes to Tea Tree Bend! Brother and Sister Cam and Ellie and their friends Billy and Louisa have had enough of the town signs not having apostrophes. They develop a posse and take it into their own hands to fix things.
Who would have thought that the Easter Bunny would get his knickers in a knot and be so jealous of Santa Clause? I know, I was surprised too, I have always thought of them as being the cheeriest best of friends, living in harmony, and enjoying the celebrations of each other’s jobs.
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.
I am not a fan of books that actually scare children which is why I like this one so much, it takes a holiday that is known for its spookiness and made into an story with a delightful sense of bizarre with a side of sibling rivarly and surprise.