Today, S and I are joining forces to share a joint review of Do Babies Wear Pyjamas? by Fransie Frandsen. About the Book Mummy worries about pyjamas. Daddy’s ears are full of soap. And Mummy’s sister shouts out recipes with bananas. But what about Baby T? Join Alexander in his latest colourful quest to find... Continue Reading →
Blog Tour: Emerald and the Ocean Parade by Harriet Muncaster
Today is my spot on the blog tour for Emerald and the Ocean Parade by Harriet Muncaster. About Emerald Beautifully illustrated in two colour, this new series from the world of Isadora Moon introduces Isadora's mermaid friend, Emerald! Emerald is learning how to be a mermaid princess, but she doesn't feel like one at all.... Continue Reading →
Bitesize Book Reviews
It's another Tuesday, and time to share some more bitesize book reviews. This time, I'm sharing three books I read and loved last year: The Red Dress by Kristin Lambert, The Girl with No Soul by Morgan Owen, and Gay Club by Simon James Green. The Boy in the Red Dress by Kristin Lambert This... Continue Reading →
Bitesize Book Reviews
Behind Closed Doors by Carol Wyer I am a huge fan of Carol's crime series, so I was intrigued to read her latest standalone book. I loved it. Stacey's abusive ex-husband has come to her for help after his daughter is kidnapped; he thinks she can help find Lyra because Stacey was kidnapped herself when... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Both Can Be True by Jules Machias
"You could avoid this whole mess if you'd finally get around to picking one gender and sticking to it. I'd be happy to defend you if you did that." Find it here. Honestly, just sharing that quote is giving me rage again. Ash is non binary and finds it really difficult that people react differently... Continue Reading →
Blog Tour: Rudy by Paul Westmoreland.
Today is my spot on the blog tour for two brilliant books: Rudy and the Wolf Cub and Rudy and the Monster at School by Paul Westmoreland Rudy and the Wolf Cub With boundless energy and an impulsive nature, Rudy is always ready to follow the scent of adventure! And with his loyal pack of... Continue Reading →
Book Review: The Way Back Almanac 2023 by Melinda Salisbury
"We're going to have a great year, and by the end of it we're going to have a stronger relationship with the outdoors. Are you ready?" If you've visited my little blog before, you may have seen my series of posts titled "The Way Back", where I share the things I have done whilst following... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Every Cloud by Ros Roberts.
"When I took Gran shopping the other day, he cooked sausages in the oven." "What's wrong with that?" "They were still in their packaging." Thank you to Little Tiger for this review copy. I read this in one sitting on the train home from visiting my Nana who lives in a care home and has... Continue Reading →
Books with the Boy: Mula and the Snooty Monkey by Lauren Hoffmeier.
S and I are back with a joint review of the brilliant picture book Mula and the Snooty Monkey by Lauren Hoffmeier. About the Book Mula was a very sleepy tiger. But with the help of a mischievous little Fly, Mula learned to wake up, get moving, and made her dreams come true! Svadi is... Continue Reading →
Blog Tour: A Books with the Boy Review of Are Mummies Scared of Monsters by Fransie Frandsen
It's been a while since we have shared a Books with the Boy post (where S - aged 10- and I do joint reviews of a book we've read together), but today we're joining forces for a very exciting blog tour celebrating Are Mummies Scared of Monsters by Fransie Frandsen. About the Book Are Mummies... Continue Reading →