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Children Behaving Badly: 'The Wind On The Moon'

‘When there is wind on the moon, you must be very careful how you behave. If it is an ill wind, and you behave badly, it will blow straight into your heart, and you will behave badly for a long time to come.’

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Children's Fiction

The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupery

When the author was six, he read about a boa constrictor swallowing a wild beast. He illustrated it, and people thought it looked like a hat. 2,283 more words

Children's Fiction

Harry & The Hot Lava: Chris Robertson

I’m sure that if we’re all honest, we’ve all played the ‘Hot Lava’ game. Countless times as a child, I made couch cushions into stepping stones so I wouldn’t step on the hot lava floor. 214 more words

Book Reviews

Newbery Review: The Singing Tree

World War I tragedies + Hungarian history + strong, courageous characters = I’ve teared up more over this book than probably any of the children for whom this book was written.   848 more words

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Chilling children's fiction?

‘The children felt tremendously excited. At last they were at the very top. Jo carefully pulled himself up the last branch. He disappeared into the purple hole. 655 more words

Oliver and the Seawigs by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre ~ Review ~

Oliver and the Seawigs by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre

Oliver Crisp was ten when his parents claimed they had discovered everything there was to discover. 527 more words

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Bright and attractive cover design – speaks well to its young audience. Coordinates well with the other books in the  83 more words