Description ‘A Mole Like No Other’ is a delightful book about a toy mole, who is looking for love, friendship and his place in the world. The story of Moley and his friends – toys and real animals – is set in a cosy English country house with a traditional garden. But behind all this … Continue reading Review: A Mole Like No Other by Julia B. Grantham, Illustrated by Carol Wellart.
The Three Impossibles –amazing! Captivating, full of suspense, and a true page turner. An action-packed adventure throughout. With secrets and curses, royalty, and mythical-type creatures you are enchanted by the tale seamless spun by the author. Jemima, (or Mim as she likes to be known) is the daughter of the King, however, she was born … Continue reading Review: The Three Impossibles by Susie Bower
‘Startfoams’ & ‘Instantgrannies’! (If you have read the book you’ll know!) A charming, funny, and entertaining read. Featuring time-travel, good vs. evil, and magic, what more could you ask for? A wizard (or should that be Warlock), from 511 AD is thrown forward in time to the 21st Century with ‘caaaars’ and other confusing and … Continue reading Review: The Wizard in My Shed by Simon Farnaby
There are three books out this month that have all given me the WOW factor. I have been lucky enough to read the e-arcs on Netgalley and review them all, so I wanted to share a special highlight post to give them the attention they deserve! Discover what it means to be a young transgender … Continue reading February Recommendations!
Captivating right from the start! This book pulls on your heart-strings and builds great empathy for the characters and their situations, both in life generally as well as the mystery they find themselves in. A brilliant, good vs. evil story, with excellent pacing that makes it a real page-turner. I enjoyed the footnotes, having never … Continue reading Review: How To Be Brave by Daisy May Johnson.