Review: There’s an Alien In Your Book

For the second consecutive night we enjoyed a hands-on, interactive story as T picked out There's an Alien In Your Book by Tom Fletcher and Greg Abbott. This is a sequel to the best selling There's a Monster In Your Book (you can read our review of this past #BookoftheWeek winner here) and it's fair... Continue Reading →


Review: Save the Day for Ada-May!

Tonight we had the chance to take part in our second blog tour of this month (a big thanks to Willow Tree books for inviting us to be a part of their first ever blog tour!), reading Save the Day for Ada May! by Elizabeth Dale and Patrick Corrigan. This is a story with a... Continue Reading →

Review: Dinosaur Police

Today has been a busy and exciting day - ballet (with a trophy), completing the Summer Reading Challenge, My Pet Pals workshop, roller skating and more! T had no interest in letting the excitement drop at bedtime, picking out Dinosaur Police, by Sarah McIntyre, for his bedtime story. The Dinosaur Police are led by a... Continue Reading →

Review: I Am A Tiger

Tonight, mummy was enjoying a girly night with friends so we joined Baby L to read I Am A Tiger by Karl Newson and Ross Collins. This story stars a mouse who has confidently declared itself a tiger. When challenged, reasonably, by a variety of creatures, Mouse continues to assert the claim that it is... Continue Reading →

Review: Ravi’s Roar

Earlier this week we enjoyed a visit to one of the North's coolest bookshops (if you haven't been, the Waterstones in Bradford really is worth a look) and came away with the book that T chose for tonight's bedtime story - Ravi's Roar by Tom Percival. Ravi is the youngest, and smallest, member of his... Continue Reading →

Review: Super Sloth

For tonight's bedtime story, T picked out a book that he saw and immediately grabbed on our most recent visit to the library - Super Sloth by Robert Starling. Sloth is just an ordinary sloth, living up an ordinary tree in an ordinary jungle. Things change one day when Sloth spots a strange looking leaf... Continue Reading →

Review: The Knight Who Said “No!”

With the summer reading challenge in full swing, we had a library visit today and spotted a book we have both been wanting to read for ages - The Knight Who Said "No!" by Lucy Rowland and Kate Hindley. Ned is a young knight renowned throughout his village for being kind and helpful. He is... Continue Reading →

Review: Old Man of the Sea

Tonight we are participating in a #bookstagram tour for a gorgeous book called Old Man of the Sea, by Stella Elia and Weberson Santiago. Old Man of the Sea is narrated by a young boy who shares with the reader the stories his Grandpa told him of the time he spent at sea. Through these... Continue Reading →

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