Azalea Fern and the Last Ruin of the Extinct by Becci Murray

Blurb A new world with an ancient secret. Can Azalea unravel the mysteries of the past to save the future of her people?Azalea Fern is fiercely curious, and in a world of giant buttermoths and crystal waters, there’s plenty to see. So why does she long to explore the one place she’s forbidden to go?Perhaps … Continue reading Azalea Fern and the Last Ruin of the Extinct by Becci Murray

Review: Following Frankenstein by Catherine Bruton

Blurb A brilliantly-conceived and hugely imaginative ‘sequel’ to Mary Shelley’s masterpiece, Following Frankenstein is a hugely exciting and beautifully-written historical adventure, perfect for 9-12 year olds.Sometimes I was jealous of the monster of Frankenstein. I grew up believing my father cared more for him than he did for me. And was I wrong?Maggie Walton’s father … Continue reading Review: Following Frankenstein by Catherine Bruton

Review – Jane Austen Investigates: The Burglar’s Ball by Julia Golding.

Blurb Nancy Drew. Enola Holmes. Sally Lockhart. Move over girls, it’s Jane's time!Join young budding detective Jane Austen in her second investigation to uncover a devious diamond thief at the glitziest, most scandalous ball of the year! Inspired by Sense and Sensibility.*‘No one who had ever seen Jane Austen in her infancy would suppose her to … Continue reading Review – Jane Austen Investigates: The Burglar’s Ball by Julia Golding.

Review: Clara Claus Saves Christmas by Bonnie Bridgman

Blurb First the reindeer got sick. Then Santa got sick. Now it's up to Clara Claus and her slightly annoying brother Nick to save Christmas. But with toys to make, elves to manage, lists to sort and flying reindeer to train, can they summon enough Christmas spirit to deliver the perfect Christmas? Clara Claus Saves … Continue reading Review: Clara Claus Saves Christmas by Bonnie Bridgman

Review: Science Geek Christy and her Eco Logbook by Petra Crofton

Blurb Meet Christy a determined young girl, who is passionate about saving the planet. Along with her boyfriend geeky Sam and best friend Amira and other school mates, they win a science competition and an opportunity to travel to Ecuador to write travel blogs. Excitement and anticipation for the trip is overshadowed by a HUGE … Continue reading Review: Science Geek Christy and her Eco Logbook by Petra Crofton

Bookstagram Tour: Cookie and the Most Mysterious Mystery in the World by Konnie Huq

Blurb In her third adventure, Cookie finds mysteries everywhere - but can she solve them, and save the science show? Hurray, Cookie's Nani is coming to stay from Bangladesh! But she doesn't speak English and Cookie is the only one in the family who doesn't speak Bengali. Luckily, science-mad Cookie realises that her coding lessons … Continue reading Bookstagram Tour: Cookie and the Most Mysterious Mystery in the World by Konnie Huq

Review – The Dollhouse: A Ghost Story by Charis Cotter

Blurb A creepy, mysterious dollhouse takes center stage in this atmospheric middle-grade mystery for fans of Doll Bones and Small Spaces. Alice's world is falling apart. Her parents are getting a divorce, and they've cancelled their yearly cottage trip -- the one thing that gets Alice through the school year. Instead, Alice and her mom are heading to … Continue reading Review – The Dollhouse: A Ghost Story by Charis Cotter

Blog Tour Spotlight: The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh by Helen Rutter.

Hello and welcome to The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh tour hosted by Terminal Tours. About the Book When life is funny, make some jokes about it. Billy Plimpton has a big dream: to become a famous comedian when he grows up. He already knows a lot of jokes, but thinks he has one big … Continue reading Blog Tour Spotlight: The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh by Helen Rutter.