One of the first gifts I was given when I announced I was pregnant (back in early 2007!) was a collection of Winnie The Pooh stories. I read to my son pretty much from the first moment he was born…. Read More ›
As they went, hand in hand, the bell-like chimes washed over Alex like waves in her wake. Staring at the small black head bobbing along in front of him, he felt himself relax. The golden Paris night was vibrating, warm… Read More ›
Thank you to the lovely team at Oxford University Press for sharing these wonderful books with me. They are an absolute joy to read and share the book love for.
I do love a creepy read and from now through Christmas is THE perfect time to indulge. What can be better than snuggling up in the warm, with a glass of something cheery and disappearing into a different, spookier world… Read More ›
I am very lucky to be sent some amazing books for consideration by publishers and it’s always a thrill to see what’s out there for our young book lovers today. So, today I’d like to share my favourites and showcase… Read More ›
I am very lucky to be sent some amazing books for consideration by publishers and it’s always a thrill to see what’s out there for our young book lovers. So, in celebration of Irish Book Week, I’d like to share… Read More ›
Today I’m delighted to hop onboard the blog tour for Midnight Magic by Michelle Harrison and Elissa Elwick. Black cats born at midnight Are different indeed, A mischievous, odd And peculiar breed. For in every whicker And each tuft of… Read More ›
Today I’m delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for My daddy is a monster by Natalie Reeves Billing and Illustrated by Lisa Williams. Synopsis The Monstrous Me collection are split perspective books looking at situations from other… Read More ›