Madeline adores her Grandpa Gilderberry – she always has. To everyone else he might seem a bit strange – an eccentric inventor – perhaps even a little mad. Yet Madeline knows that these are his very best qualities.
Novella Nostalgia is a series of five books based upon iconic films. The authors, Tony Drury and Oliver Richbell, have taken the essence of a films story and flung it into our modern world. I received all five book shortly before Christmas and have loved delving into them. Fun, gripping and perfect for reading over the busy holiday period when I could only grab a short bit of time here and there. I would highly recommend these books.
While Mrs May is checking her students’ homework, she notices that Jet hasn’t managed to write down the letters of the alphabet. Instead of providing a familiar excuse, Jet offers Mrs May an elaborate story about how every letter happened to leave his page while he was walking to school that morning. Continue reading Win a Copy of The Day That A Ran Away→
FROM ‘Hygge’ to parenting, the Danish way of doing things is often widely talked about and one of Denmark’s latest exports is no exception. “The Children’s Meditations In my Heart” by emerging Danish author Gitte Winter Graugaard enables children to fall asleep within minutes. Now available in three different languages, it is beginning to change bedtime routines the world over. Continue reading The Children’s Meditations in My Heart – Review and Competition→
Emily Knight is back! A. Bello’s eagerly anticipated second book in the Emily Knight series was released in September 2017, following rave reviews for the debut novel that was first published in 2012 and reprinted in second edition in June 2017 by Hashtag Press. I’ve got both books in the Series to giveaway. Continue reading Win Emily Knight I Am… Books→
A modern day fairytale by Australian author BCR Fegan lands in the UK to amuse children and parents alike.
The Grumpface is a modern-day fairytale in the spirit of any grand adventure, taking your children on a journey to a land far away, a long time ago, to the village of Hay, near the Forest of Ho. The protagonist is a clumsy young inventor on a quest for true love, and the challenges he must face to find it. But it is also a tale of bravery, absurdity and happiness, and the power of these qualities over negativity and sheer grumpiness. Continue reading Win a Copy of The Grumpface→
We’ve worked with Wonderbly several times in the past when they were known as Lost My Name and I couldn’t wait to help them celebrate their amazing rebrand with a review of the fabulous Kingdom of You.