Hortense And The Shadow by Natalia and Lauren O’Hara

Publication Date: 5th October 2017 Hortense’s shadow follows her everywhere, copies everything she does and never leaves her. She hates it. And it hates her too, doesn't it? Only when she is rid of it, and finds herself in desperate trouble, does she discover it's true value. Stunning, delicate illustrations not only complement, but add … Continue reading Hortense And The Shadow by Natalia and Lauren O’Hara

Danny Dingle’s Fantastic Finds: The Jet Of Justice by Angie Lake

Publication Date: 7th September 2017 Danny’s third outing sees him excited about a summer of fantastic finds and excellent inventions now school's out, but mum is more interested in a summer of peace and quiet, so he's packed off to summer camp in the Lake District with best friends Percy and Superdog. Well it's that, … Continue reading Danny Dingle’s Fantastic Finds: The Jet Of Justice by Angie Lake

The Final Raven by Finian Black

Luca is on a school trip in Winchester when the first Raven falls ill at The Tower Of London. As the Tudor Table the museum guide is showing them splits open, dozens of birds fly through. All sick, all dying. The plague that is claiming three out of four people in the capital is spreading … Continue reading The Final Raven by Finian Black

The Glove Of Death by Rachel Delahaye, illustrated by Jamie Littler

Jim desperately wants the new Percy Jackson DVD, but with only 40p he needs to find a way to raise the money. When his mum offers him 10p per snail, to clear the garden, he realises he could buy the entire box set. There's just one problem - he doesn't want to hurt them when … Continue reading The Glove Of Death by Rachel Delahaye, illustrated by Jamie Littler

Saving Granny Maggot by Rachel Delahaye, illustrated by Jamie Littler

The second book in the Jim Reaper series starts with Jim exploring The Meaning Of Death. Having learnt that his dad is Death and that it is a secret he must keep, or risk having his memory wiped, he knows better than to go into his Dad’s study. When his little sister decides to be … Continue reading Saving Granny Maggot by Rachel Delahaye, illustrated by Jamie Littler

The Midnight Peacock by Katherine Woodfine

Publication Date: 5th October 2017 As the Ibizan sun beat down, there was only one way to cool off; with Katherine Woodfine’s latest spine chilling instalment of The Sinclair's Mysteries: The Midnight Peacock. And, I had the best view to accompany it.   With Christmas and New Year approaching fast, Taylor & Rose Private Detective … Continue reading The Midnight Peacock by Katherine Woodfine

Sky by Sarah Driver

Publication Date: 7th September 2017 As my plane prepared for take off and I sat battling with my fear of flying, there really was only one choice for my first holiday read; the second book in The Huntress Saga: Sky. We're instantly lifted high above the world of Trianukka with Mouse, Sparrow and Crow as … Continue reading Sky by Sarah Driver

Vlad The World’s Worst Vampire by Anna Wilson

Publication Date: 7th September 2017 Vlad is a vampire. He's not overly keen on being a vampire though and really isn't very good at it. He dreams of being a human and doing things human children do, like going to school and having friends, which means, he's going to have to sneak out, in daylight. … Continue reading Vlad The World’s Worst Vampire by Anna Wilson