Zo and the Forest of Secrets by Alake Pilgrim, Published by Knights Of.

‘A Story don’t start where we tell it you know…’ Perfect for fans of Fireborn, The Crooked Oak Mysteries and Dreadwood, Alake Pilgrim weaves an intricate web of mutant creatures, fantastical gifts, folklore, friendship and adventure. This felt like Christopher Edge meets the Caribbean and as with Escape Room, there was many a moment inContinue reading “Zo and the Forest of Secrets by Alake Pilgrim, Published by Knights Of.”

The Riddle of the Sea by Jonne Kramer, Published by Piccadilly Press

I’m absolutely thrilled to have been invited to join the blog tour for this gripping sea adventure and better still, get the opportunity to ask author Jonne Kramer some questions about some of her inspiration behind the book. Featuring stunning illustrations by acclaimed illustrator Karl James Mountford and translated from Dutch by Laura Watkinson, Carnegie-MedalContinue reading “The Riddle of the Sea by Jonne Kramer, Published by Piccadilly Press”

Uncle Pete and The Forest of Lost Things by David C. Flanagan, Illustrated by Will Hughes.

Planes, parachutes, Polar Bears and a gigantic pair of pants! Fasten your seatbelts for a fabulous adventure into a rather fantastic forest. An energetic Early Chapter series perfect for children 5-8 years. Our favourite explorers Uncle Pete and Tiny Mouse, aka TM are back and heading out on a brand new quest full of silliness,Continue reading “Uncle Pete and The Forest of Lost Things by David C. Flanagan, Illustrated by Will Hughes.”

The Last Firefox by Lee Newbery – Published by Puffin

Illustrated by Laura Catalan WARNING: this book contains a fire hazard… …And a very angry goose! The Last Firefox completely set my heart alight. It’s a wonderful story of family, friends (both of the flammable and non-flammable variety) and finding your inner fire. Lee Newbery’s sparky, humorous writing style had me falling about laughing atContinue reading “The Last Firefox by Lee Newbery – Published by Puffin”

There May Be A Castle by Piers Torday

#BooksIShouldHaveRead* I’m ashamed to say that until yesterday, I’d not read any of Piers Torday’s work. Hearing the high praise The Last Wild Series receives I know his books are, without a doubt, books I should have read and it was about time I made a start. I was inspired to read There May BeContinue reading “There May Be A Castle by Piers Torday”

The Lost Whale by Hannah Gold

Hannah Gold What if you could communicate with a whale? Hannah Gold ensnared Middle Grade hearts last year with her best-selling debut The Last Bear – a huge roar for our earth in the war against climate change and an unforgettable story of a remarkable connection between animal and human. I completely fell in loveContinue reading “The Lost Whale by Hannah Gold”

Monster Max & The Marmalade Ghost

Robin Bennett Illustrated by Tom Tinn-Disbury My son’s most anticipated book of 2022! We have been counting down the days until the unleashing of the second book in this marvellous series. It’s been a year since my now 9 year old was introduced to the totally ROAR-SOME world of Monster Max and I can honestlyContinue reading “Monster Max & The Marmalade Ghost”

The Horror of Dunwick Farm

(The Crooked Oak Mysteries) Dan Smith Illustrated by Chris King Mystery and horror with a sprinkling of sci-fi, The Crooked Oak Mysteries have become a firm favourite of mine. So when the latest fast-paced, novella-length adventure landed on my doormat on Christmas Eve, I couldn’t wait to get stuck in. I adored Goosebumps as aContinue reading “The Horror of Dunwick Farm”

The Forgotten Crown

A Tales of Truth & Treasures Story James Haddell The wait is over! More myth, magic and mystery awaits in the second fast-paced instalment of the highly acclaimed Tales of Truth & Treasures Series. It’s almost a year to the date that I posted about the amazing first book in the series The Lost Child’sContinue reading “The Forgotten Crown”

Scrumptious Stories Blog Tour

The Ship of Shadows ~ Secrets of the Stars ~ Maria Kuzniar “It’s never a good idea to disturb a reader…” …especially not when they’ve got coffee and cake too! What can I say, I absolutely love my food! Pain Au Chocolate…Lemon Drizzle Cake…Coffee & Walnut Cake…baked goods and laté are life! What could beContinue reading “Scrumptious Stories Blog Tour”

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