Tag: children’s book review

The Dog Who Lost His Bark: Review

The Dog Who Lost His Bark by Eoin Colfer Genre: Childrens /MG Fiction Publication: November 1st 2018 Publisher: Walker Books Source: Review copy from Walker – Thank You Add to Goodreads Rating: ✵ ✵ ✵ ✵ A warm, uplifting story about a boy, his dog,…

Hugo Makes A Change: Children’s Picture Book Review

Hugo Makes A Change by Mauro Gatti & Scott Emmons Genre: Children’s Picture Book Publication: November 1st 2017 Publisher: Flying Eye Books (Walker Australia) Source: Review Copy Thank You Walker Books Add to Goodreads Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Hugo the vampire craves red, juicy meat for every meal!…

Sticks ‘n Stones ‘n Dinosaur Bones: Review

Sticks ‘n Stones ‘n Dinosaur Bones: Being a Whimsical “Take” on a (Pre)Historical Event by Ted Enik (Author) & G F Newland (Illustrator) Publication: September 28th 2017 Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Source: Review copy Thank you Schiffer & Edelweiss Add to Goodreads Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ The first book…

Frankie Fish: MG Review

Frankie Fish and the Sonic Suitcase by Peter Helliar Genre: Children 10+ Publication: 1st May 2017 Publisher: Hardie Grant Egmont Source: Purchased Paperback Add to Goodreads Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ In his bestselling children’s novel, Australian writer & comedian Peter Helliar takes young readers on a hilarious…

Play: Picture Book Review

Play by Jez Alborough Release Date: July 1st 2017 Publisher: Walker Books Source: Review copy from publisher Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Thank you Walker Books From the award-winning creator of Hug, Tall and Yes comes another classic picture book for the very youngest children. Using only…

Review: I’m Australian Too by Mem Fox

I’m Australian! How about you? Many people from many places have come across the seas, to make Australia their home. How Australian is that? Hardcover, 32 pages Published March 1st 2017 by Scholastic Australia. Goodreads View. Mem’s Website. *  *  *  *  * Mem…

Mini Reviews: Riley’s Favourite books right now

I asked Riley to pick his favourite books – Riley is my Three nearly Four-year-old son, who’s favourite activities include asking WHY, making the house look like a tornado has ripped through it, going for walks to the park and reading picture books with anyone…