Climate Change And How We’ll Fix It by Alice Harman, illustrated by Andrés Lozano

National Non-Fiction November is an annual celebration of non-fiction for children and young people organized by the Federation of Children’s Book Groups, and I'm delighted to be sharing an amazing non-fiction title today for the final stop on the blog tour this year. Publication Date: 20 October 2020 The Blurb We know what we need … Continue reading Climate Change And How We’ll Fix It by Alice Harman, illustrated by Andrés Lozano

A Thousand Questions by Saadia Faruqi

Publication Date: 12 November 2020 The Blurb Set against the backdrop of Karachi, Pakistan, Saadia Faruqi’s tender and honest middle grade novel tells the story of two girls navigating a summer of change and family upheaval with kind hearts, big dreams, and all the right questions. Mimi is not thrilled to be spending her summer … Continue reading A Thousand Questions by Saadia Faruqi

The Midnight Guardians by Ross Montgomery

Publication Date: 5 November 2020 The Blurb Sometimes at the darkest hour, hope shines the brightest… When Col’s childhood imaginary friends come to life, he discovers a world where myths and legends are real. Accompanied by his guardians – a six-foot tiger, a badger in a waistcoat and a miniature knight – Col must race … Continue reading The Midnight Guardians by Ross Montgomery

Owl And The Lost Boy by Amy Wilson

Publication Date: 15 October 2020 Normally, I'd start with the blurb, followed by the review, but let's be honest... who wants to read that when you can just watch Amy talk about the fae characters in her stunning books, A Girl Called Owl and Owl And The Lost Boy, and enjoy a reading! You can … Continue reading Owl And The Lost Boy by Amy Wilson

Britannica All New Children’s Encyclopedia: What We Know & What We Don’t Edited by Christopher Lloyd

Publication Date: 1 October 2020 The Blurb Earth? Space? Animals? History? STEM? The Britannica All New Kids' Encyclopedia has them all. This beautifully illustrated, 416-page compendium of knowledge is a must-have addition to every family bookshelf and library collection! With more than 100 expert consultants from around the world, and over 1000 images, including specially commissioned illustrations … Continue reading Britannica All New Children’s Encyclopedia: What We Know & What We Don’t Edited by Christopher Lloyd

Amelia Fang And The Trouble With Toads by Laura Ellen Anderson

Publication Date: 01 October 2020 The Blurb A brand-new adventure in the bestselling and much-loved Amelia Fang series! When Amelia Fang's baby brother, Vincent, accidentally enters a mysterious land – the place where all squished toads go – Amelia has to embark on a daring adventure to rescue him. But even if Amelia and her … Continue reading Amelia Fang And The Trouble With Toads by Laura Ellen Anderson

The Monsters Of Rookhaven by Pádraig Kenny, illustrated by Edward Bettison

Publication Date: 17 September 2020 The Blurb 'Humans, as is there wont, have a terrible habit of making a mess of everything.' Mirabelle has always known she is a monster. When the glamour protecting her unusual family from the human world is torn and an orphaned brother and sister stumble upon Rookhaven, Mirabelle soon discovers … Continue reading The Monsters Of Rookhaven by Pádraig Kenny, illustrated by Edward Bettison

Zombierella: Fairy Tales Gone Bad by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Freya Hartas

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb A yellow moon hangs in a satin sky the night Cinderella, barefoot and in hand-me-downs, slips at the top of the stairs … and dies. But not for long. The Shadow of Death arrives to breathe life back into her bones and, for three nights only, Cinderella goes forth … Continue reading Zombierella: Fairy Tales Gone Bad by Joseph Coelho, illustrated by Freya Hartas

Sona Sharma, Very Best Big Sister by Chita Soundar, illustrated by Jen Khatun

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb Being a big sister to a new baby brings big responsibilities. Sona Sharma's house is full of people who joke often and argue sometimes. Relatives come unannounced, the phone rings frequently and friends drop in all the time. Then one day Amma tells Sona she is going to … Continue reading Sona Sharma, Very Best Big Sister by Chita Soundar, illustrated by Jen Khatun

Oi Aardvark by Kes Grey and Jim Field

Publication Date: 3 September 2020 The Blurb Baboons sit on balloons, crocs sit on clocks and donkeys sit on long keys . . . Let Frog, Dog and Cat guide you through the alphabet from Aardvark to Zebra in this hilarious new picture book from the creators of Oi Frog! With a special fold-out surprise! The laughter … Continue reading Oi Aardvark by Kes Grey and Jim Field