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As a Children's Librarian, a new Roland Harvey book in the Library signalled a routine. At lunch time a bean bag would be pulled out in the middle of the floor and I would sit and look at the book. Gradually the curious would arrive and begin to curl up…
Although this is billed as the first book in a Fantasy Series for 7-12 year olds, it’s a great read for anyone who loves Fantasy Sci-Fi, as it holds the interest right up until the final word, something that is not always achievable and while definitely Fantasy, could almost be…
Numbers, numbers, numbers, say that to most kids and they will freak out. If you are a teacher you will know the truth of that statement. But here Liz Strachan in her “Numbers are Forever”, has shown us what every reasonable teacher can do to take the drudgery out of…
Mr Chicken is off on another one of his adventures when he decides to grab his camera and head off to see the sights of London, his favourite city in the entire world. He finishes his breakfast, and flies off to London as only Mr Chicken can do, splash landing…
Crikey and Cat are off on an adventure when they go out one night and realise all the stars are gone from the sky, so they set out to try and find just where they have gone.
Macavity the Cat is back entertaining children with his naughtiness, 75 years after first being born as a very naughty cat who somehow was never at the scene of his crime, no matter how hard they tried to catch him. This is a timeless tale of a cat who always…
Everyone says that your days at school should be some of the best times ever! This may be true for a few children, but  many children would strongly disagree.  Nick, Molly and Karl are the members of the “Odd Squad”, three kids who just don't fit in to school life…
It’s the Royal Prince’s first birthday and the Place is in great upheaval once again. There’s a party to plan, guests to invite and presents to buy. Once again Martha Mumford, along with Ada Grey’s fabulous illustrations, has captured the very essence of the special first birthday party beloved of…

The Hug Featured

Deceptively simple, The Hug looks at discovering each of us is an unique individual, one of an kind, special if you would, through the eyes of a small child as he struggles to come to terms with being ‘the only one like him’; there is no other. Gently we enter…
Just to get things straight from the beginning Figaro is a dog and Rumba is a cat and they are the best of mates. They share a house and they also share adventures but none quite like the adventure they find when they decided to take the Very Fast Train…
This large picture book is all about Amelia and her very, very special friend Pierre, who comes all the way from France to be her friend. He is also very special because he is a dinosaur, not just any dinosaur, but a French dinosaur, with all the flamboyance of someone…
Penguin is feeling a little bit down and is looking for love but, instead of finding love, he finds what seems to be a mitten lying on the ground.  He asks around but no one seems to own it. As no one in Penguins world seems to own the mitten…
Occasionally I do a review from a personal perspective and this is one of them. I am in awe of this talent which can create magic out of paper, transforming a traditional much loved tale into something unique. I have long been a great fan of pop-up books, as much…
Basically Rudolph is sick in bed with the flu and can’t possibly pull the sleigh; so it is up to his sister Ruby to fill in. It just so happens she is just a little bit mischievous and naughty. We follow the Christmas Eve present delivery and the adventures that…
Scarlett enjoys dancing at Miss Toni’s Dance Divas studio. Some of Miss Toni’s former students have managed great success in their careers, thanks to her passion for excellence.
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