The Muddlemoor Mysteries: Peril at the Bake Off – Ruth Quayle

It’s the summer holidays, so Joe and his cousins Pip and Tom are staying at their Granny’s house in Muddlemoor. Seemingly a quiet country village, Tom is convinced that Muddlemoor is actually a crime hot spot, and the cousins should keep their eyes peeled to spot the goings-on of the villagers. When the Great Village…

Featherlight – Peter Bunzl

Stars: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Deryn’s dad is the lighthouse keeper on Featherstone Island. They pride themselves on keeping the coastline as safe as they can by keeping the light on and guiding ships away from the rocks. Her mother is pregnant, and when the baby looks like it’s on the way, both her parents must go to…

Dragon World – Tamara Macfarlane

I don’t know about you, but there’s usually only two types of dragon that come to mind when I think of what they look like – the typical fairy tale dragon we so often see in books and films: Or, obviously for me, the Welsh dragon we see on the flag (which, as you’ll find…

Finney’s Story – Alana Washington

I was thrilled when UCLan Publishing asked me to be part of the book blog tour for Finney’s Story. Finney, their lovable logo, has his very own tale! All about being original, Finney’s Story talks about new ideas and how special being unique can be! Wanting to write a book, Finney talks to his friend…

Pablo the Rescue Cat – Charlotte Williams

Children’s books are a brilliant way to not only convey messages, but also allow children time to process new or different experiences, or to help them learn more about situations they haven’t been through. In this beautifully illustrated book, we see more about how rescuing a cat not only helps an animal, but can also…

Circus Maximus: Race to the Death – Annelise Gray

Stars: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I’ve already included this book on my blog, but when I was asked to be part of the blog tour I had to say yes! This is a brilliant historical fiction book which really encourages you to think about the past and its affect on people then, but also in the present. To…

All About Eid – Sarah Shafi

Stars: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is a non-fiction book which is full to the brim with facts and activities which will help the reader find more about the Islam celebration of Eid. Not only does it promise to tell you much more about the religion and festival than you already know, but there are also instructions for…

The Smile Shop – Satoshi Kitamura

Stars: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Having saved all his money, a boy visits the busy market to see all the sights and sounds…as well as choose something to buy himself for the very first time! After looking at lots of different options, it’s finally time to select an item. Then, disaster strikes. How can he buy something when…

How Do You Make A Rainbow – Caroline Crowe & Cally Johnson-Isaacs

Stars: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ When a little girl wonders how rainbows are made – asking if they’re painted – it’s up to Grandad to show her that they aren’t painted at all, but made with hope and kindness. As we go through the book, it shows something different for each colour of the rainbow that might give…