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Book Review: What Does The Crocodile Say? – Eva Montanari

Title: What Does The Crocodile Say? Author: Eva Montanari Genre: Children's fiction Publisher: Book Island Publication date: Out now Review I was sent this cute book by Book Island, an independent publishing house based in Bristol, specialising in children's books. What Does The Crocodile Say? tells the story of a crocodile who is going to his… Continue reading Book Review: What Does The Crocodile Say? – Eva Montanari

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Book Review: The Clockwork Crow – Catherine Fisher

Title: The Clockwork Crow Author: Catherine Fisher Genre: Middle-Grade Victorian Fantasy Publication date: 4th October 2018 Publisher: Firefly Press Synopsis "When Seren Rhys is given a newspaper parcel by a stranger late at night in an empty train station, she has no idea what trouble it contains. She is on her way to a new… Continue reading Book Review: The Clockwork Crow – Catherine Fisher

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Book Review: Up The Mountain – Marianne Dubuc

Title: Up The Mountain Author: Marianne Dubuc Genre: Children's fiction Publisher: Book Island Publication date: Out now Review I was lucky enough to be sent this charming book by Book Island, an independent publishing house based in Bristol, specialising in children's books. Up The Mountain tells the story of Mrs. Badger who meets Leo the cat and… Continue reading Book Review: Up The Mountain – Marianne Dubuc

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Book Review: The Train to Impossible Places (A Cursed Delivery) – P. G. Bell

Title: The Train to Impossible Places - A Cursed Delivery Author: P. G. Bell Genre: Fantasy Publication date: 4th October 2018 Synopsis Imagine getting up one night to find a troll building a railway line through your house for the Impossible Postal Express. Then imagine that the next thing you know you're on your way to… Continue reading Book Review: The Train to Impossible Places (A Cursed Delivery) – P. G. Bell

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Book Review: The Winter’s Child – Cassandra Parkin

Title: The Winter's Child Author: Cassandra Parkin Genre: Adult fiction/Literary fiction/Suspense/Horror/Psychological Publication date: Out now This review contains some minor spoilers. I finally finished this book last night and couldn't wait to get started on a review. When I was initially approved for this book I was expecting a fairly standard missing child orientated thriller,… Continue reading Book Review: The Winter’s Child – Cassandra Parkin

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Book Review – Sophie Johnson: Unicorn Expert (Morag Hood and Ella Okstad)

Title - Sophie Johnson: Unicorn Expert Author - Morag Hood (Author), Ella Okstad (Illustrator) Genre - Children's fiction I had this book on my to-buy list for a while but when I saw it in a bookshop I knew I had to have it right there and then! This is a children's book about a… Continue reading Book Review – Sophie Johnson: Unicorn Expert (Morag Hood and Ella Okstad)

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Book Review: Father Christmas and Me – Matt Haig

Synopsis Father Christmas and Me is the final book in Matt Haig's Christmas trilogy. Travel to Elfhelm to pay one last visit to Father Christmas and Amelia, where the evil Father Vogol is up to his old tricks. Can Amelia save Christmas once again? Review Father Christmas and Me was originally released in October 2017 but the… Continue reading Book Review: Father Christmas and Me – Matt Haig

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Book Review: I am, I am, I am – Maggie O’Farrell

Apologies for the dodgy photo, my library uses super shiny covers! Synopsis I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am. Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar Maggie O'Farrell's memoir I am, I am, I am depicts her seventeen (yes, seventeen) brushes with death. Review O'Farrell's memoir is… Continue reading Book Review: I am, I am, I am – Maggie O’Farrell

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Book Review: Brave Enough – Kati Gardner

Synopsis Brave Enough follows the story of two teenagers: Davis, a cancer survivor who turned to recreational drugs to deal with the psychological effects and is now trying to stay sober, and Cason, who has the potential to be a world-famous ballerina but discovers she has a form of cancer in her leg which could… Continue reading Book Review: Brave Enough – Kati Gardner

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Book Review: Franklin’s Flying Bookshop – Jen Campbell

Franklin's Flying Bookshop is a children's book with a suggested age range of 3-7-year-olds. However, it has been a long time since I was seven and I love this book. Franklin is a book-loving dragon who meets a book-loving girl called Luna - and there their adventures begin. I originally purchased Franklin's Flying Bookshop as… Continue reading Book Review: Franklin’s Flying Bookshop – Jen Campbell