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Boing Boing by Alexander McCall Smith - A Book Review

Boing Boing is a Picture Squirrel picture book, written by Alexander McCall Smith and published by Barrington Stoke, who sent me this book for review purposes. 262 more words

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Grandpa Was An Astronaut by Jonathan Meres - A Book Review

Grandpa Was An Astronaut by Jonathan Meres was sent to me by my favourite children’s publisher, Barrington Stoke, for review.

This book is one of Barrington Stoke’s Little Gem series, which of all the series of books they do, is probably my favourite. 274 more words

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#929 – Putting Bungee to Bed by Sasha Carr and Linda Neptune

Putting Bungee to Bed
Written by Sasha Carr, PhD
Illustrated by Linda Neptune
40 pages   Ages 3—6

“Ben and Bungee are the best of friends. 884 more words

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#927 – Ned the Knitting Pirate by Diana Murray and Leslie Lammle

Ned the Knitting Pirate
Written by Diana Murray
Illustrated by Leslie Lammle
Roaring Brook Press  8/23/2016
40 pages    Ages 6—9

“The crew of the pirate ship the Rusty Heap are a fearsome bunch! 973 more words

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The Serpent's Shadow by Rick Riordan - A Book Review

I finally got round to finishing The Serpent’s Shadow, the last in the Kane Chronicles trilogy by Rick Riordan. My son and I have been reading it together for months, but he finally decided I was too slow for him, and zipped ahead and finished it himself, which meant I got to read at my own pace, and I zipped off and finished it too. 417 more words

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King Flashypants and the Evil Emperor by Andy Riley - A Review

Amazon Vine gave me the chance to review Andy Riley’s new book: King Flashypants and the Evil Emperor. It looked like just the sort of book my son would love, so I snapped their hand off. 295 more words

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Soul Music by Terry Pratchett - A Book Review

Soul Music is the sixteenth novel in the Terry Pratchett Discworld Series, and the latest that my son has finished reading to me as we work our way through the lot. 356 more words

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