2020 Reviews · children · juvenile

Children’s Book Review: Mr Archimedes’ Bath by Pamela Allen

Title: Mr Archimedes’ Bath Author/Illustrator: Pamela Allen Published: January 20th 2020 Publisher: Harper Collins Pages: 32 Genres:  Children (0+) RRP: $24.99 Revisit an age-old theory in a fresh new way. Every time Mr Archimedes has a bath with his friends, the water overflows. Somebody must be putting extra water in the bath. Is it Kangaroo? Or is it Goat or… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: Mr Archimedes’ Bath by Pamela Allen

#aww2019 · 2019 Reviews · Australian · children · new release · Picture book

Children’s Book Review: Top Koala by Jackie French and Illustrated by Matt Shanks

Title: Top Koala Author: Jackie French Illustrator: Matt Shanks Published: November 18th 2019 Publisher: Harper Collins Pages: 32 Genres:  Children (3+) RRP: $24.99 Rating: 4 stars This Koala just has to be on top! I am top of every tree! Top is always best to be. And this koala is determined to be at the very top of EVERYTHING. From a mast in the… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: Top Koala by Jackie French and Illustrated by Matt Shanks

#aww2019 · 2019 Reviews · children · Junior Fiction · new release

Children’s Book Review: The Girl, the Dog and the Writer in Lucerne by Katrina Nannestad

Title: The Girl, the Dog and the Writer in Lucerne Author: Katrina Nannestad Published: September 24th 2019 Publisher: Harper Collins Pages: 352 Genres:  Children (8+) RRP: $16.99 Rating: 4 stars Freja and her mother, Clementine, are reunited at last. Tobias and Vivi are in love. And Lucerne, their new home, is a paradise of snowy alps, sapphire lakes, white swans and delicious Swiss… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: The Girl, the Dog and the Writer in Lucerne by Katrina Nannestad

2019 Reviews · children · Junior Fiction · new release

Children’s Book Review: The Treehouse Joke Book by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton

Title: The Treehouse Joke Book Author: Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton Published: September 24th 2019 Publisher: Pan Macmillan Pages: 304 Genres:  Children (Junior Fiction) RRP: $12.99 Rating: 4 stars Andy and Terry live in the world’s craziest treehouse. They like making books and telling jokes. And now they’ve made the world’s funniest jokebook! From bears to birds, penguins to pirates and skeletons to… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: The Treehouse Joke Book by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton

2019 Reviews · children · Junior Fiction · new release

Children’s Book Review: The Quest Diaries of Max Crack by Jules Faber

Title: The Quest Diaries of Max Crack Author: Jules Faber Published: August 27th 2019 Publisher: Pan Macmillan Pages: 204 Genres:  Children (Junior Fiction) RRP: $12.99 Rating: 4 stars Hi everyone! I’m Max Crack and this awesome book is all about me and my quests and my best friend Frankie! Buried treasure, new school, doodles, peanut butter and honey toast, best friends, horrible blobs,… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: The Quest Diaries of Max Crack by Jules Faber

#aww2019 · 2019 Reviews · book bingo · children · fantasy

#Book Bingo 2019 Round 19: ‘Written by an author under age of 35’- Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

Book Bingo 2019 is a collaboration challenge I am completing with my favourite bloggers, Theresa Smith Writes and The Book Muse. Each Saturday, on a fortnightly basis, beginning on Saturday 5th January 2019, Ashleigh, Theresa and I will complete a book review post, outlining our respective bingo card entries. The Book Bingo 2019 card contains a total of 30… Continue reading #Book Bingo 2019 Round 19: ‘Written by an author under age of 35’- Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

#aww2019 · 2019 Reviews · children · Pre release

Pre Release Book Review: Claire Malone Changes the World by Nadia L. King

Title: Claire Malone Changes the World Author: Nadia L. King Illustrator: Alisa Knatko Published: November 2019 Publisher: Dixi Books Pages: 32 Genres:  Children Rating: 4.5 stars A new generation of children… Who are not afraid of responsibilities, but who are keen to address problems and find solutions. Claire is one of them. The moment she sees the broken swing and the cracked slide… Continue reading Pre Release Book Review: Claire Malone Changes the World by Nadia L. King