St Grizzles School For Girls, Ghosts And Runaway Grannies by Karen McCombie, illustrated by Becka Moor

Publication Date: 1st June 2017 Welcome back to St Grizzles for Dani Dexter’s second adventure. Mum is still researching penguins’ bottoms in Antarctica, and Dani is settling into life at the boarding school with a difference. The Headteacher has put Dani in charge of a film project, ‘Why We Love Where We Live’, which would … Continue reading St Grizzles School For Girls, Ghosts And Runaway Grannies by Karen McCombie, illustrated by Becka Moor

Super Creepy Camp by Barry Hutchison, illustrated by Katie Abey

Publication Date: 1st June 2017 Beaky Malone was the World's Greatest Liar, until he stepped into Madame Shirley's rusty metal box. It's been a few weeks since he told his last lie, and is finding that honesty is definitely not the best policy, as he also can't keep the truth in. We join Beaky for … Continue reading Super Creepy Camp by Barry Hutchison, illustrated by Katie Abey

The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier

Meet Jack Sullivan; the zombie-hunting, monster-slaying, 13 year old who's busy riding out the monster apocalypse from his tree house. Life's not too bad, now he's been abandoned by his foster family and left to fend for himself, but it would be better if only he could find his best friend, Quint, and work out … Continue reading The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier

Worst Ever School Trip by Barry Hutchison 

Publication date: 12 January 2017 Beaky Malone was the World's Greatest Liar, until he stepped into Madame Shirley's rusty metal box. It's been 92 hours since he told his last lie, and is finding that honesty is definitely not the best policy, as he also can't keep the truth in. In this, Beaky's second outing, … Continue reading Worst Ever School Trip by Barry Hutchison 

My Brother is a Superhero by David Solomons

"I could have been one too, except I needed a wee..." I picked this up with a couple of reluctant readers in mind, thinking it would be one of those books that while personally, I didn't really enjoy, would be great for them. How wrong was I? Sharp humour, comic plot devices stand-ups would be … Continue reading My Brother is a Superhero by David Solomons