My STEM Day Engineering

My STEM Day Engineering – AD sent for review and giveaway

With the summer holidays getting ever closer I’m going to be sharing a few activity books with you over the coming weeks which may well stop the dreaded words ‘I’m bored’ from being uttered in your homes! My STEM Day Engineering is one of a series of new fact and activity books recently published through […]

Solve it with Sherlock Holmes

Solve it with Sherlock Holmes – AD sent for review and giveaway

When you have a reluctant reader you have to look at different ways to get your child to read without them really thinking about it.  Activity books can be great for this and I liked the sound of Solve it with Sherlock Holmes which was recently published through Carlton Books.   Solve it with Sherlock […]

The Missing Years

The Missing Years – AD sent for review

I’ve got another cracker of a book to share with you today.  You may recall my review of Lexie Elliott’s first novel The French Girl last year. Following on from that page-turner, I’ve just finished her second novel, The Missing Years which was published through Corvus on 6th June. In The Missing Years, we meet […]

The Forgotten Sister

The Forgotten Sister – AD sent for review

You may recall my review for The Second Child from last year, which was the first novel from Caroline Bond.  It was a book I’d really enjoyed reading, so I’ve been eagerly awaiting her second novel.  The Forgotten Sister was published through Corvus Books on 2nd May, and it really has lived up to my […]

Forest Folk Tales for children

Forest Folk Tales for children – AD sent for review and giveaway

There’s something about a hardback book that just makes me want to curl up on the sofa with my son and have a good storytelling session.  They just seem so much more tactile than paperback books, don’t you think?  We’ve been enjoying reading the stories in Forest Folk Tales for children recently which shares stories […]

The Extraordinary eTab of Julian Newcomber

The Extraordinary eTab of Julian Newcomber – AD sent for review and giveaway

How would you like to come face to face with the future you?  Well while we were thinking about that, my nine-year old son and I decided to read The Extraordinary eTab of Julian Newcomber by Michael Seese and see how he’d cope with that very thing happening to him. Published through Common Deer Press […]