Christmas is just around the corner but I feel like it’s already arrived with the fantastic post that has dropped through my letterbox this week! 🎄
Melt – Ele Fountain (Pushkin Press)
I adored Lost, Ele’s previous book and I am just as excited for Melt, which is out in April 2021!
Beauty and the Bin – Joanne O’Connell (Macmillan)
Combining eco-friendliness and beauty, this looks like a cracking read! It even came with a recipe for a homemade oat face mask which I can’t wait to try out.
Featherlight – Peter Bunzl (Barrington Stoke)
I am a huge fan of Peter Bunzl and I can’t wait to read his offering for Barrington Stoke!
Front Desk – Kelly Yang (Knights Of)
Telling the story of Mia – a kind, hard-working girl who has a lot of secrets – this looks like a heart-warming read of reaching for your dreams.
The Swallow’s Flight – Hilary McKay (Macmillan)
Welsh Rarebit recipe – check! Another cracking book from Hilary McKay – check! Perfect combo to start the new year with, I think!
The Broken Raven – Joseph Elliot (Walker Books)
A follow up to The Good Hawk, this promises to be just as a brilliant as the original book in the series. Keep an eye out for my Q & A with the author, coming soon!
The Ghost Garden – Emma Carroll (Barrington Stoke)
I love a historical fiction, and have high expectations for this after Emma’s previous offerings!
Pizazz vs The New Kid – Sophy Henn (Simon and Schuster)
I loved the first Pizazz book so can’t wait to see what happens in the next instalment!
The Boy Who Sang With Dragons – Andy Sheppard (Picadilly)
A F A N T A S T I C series – and I’ve got a fantastic giveaway coming up to go with it…
Old Macdonald Had a Phone – Jeanne Willis (Anderson Press)
With classic illustrations by Tony Ross, this teaches children to use their phone safely to a rune they are already familiar with.
As always a H U G E thank you to all the authors and publishers I am lucky enough to receive books from! 🥰💫