The Nothing To See Here Hotel by Steven Butler, illustrated by Steven Lenton

Publication Date: 22 February 2018 Meet Frankie Banister, who lives at The Nothing To See Here Hotel – the ideal holiday destination for magical creatures of all kinds. The hotel has been in Frankie’s family for generations, some of whom live much, much longer than others (that would be down to the fact that some … Continue reading The Nothing To See Here Hotel by Steven Butler, illustrated by Steven Lenton

Hopeless Heroes by Stella Tarakson, illustrated by Nick Roberts

Publication Date: 22nd February 2018 Welcome to my stop on the Hopeless Heroes Blog Tour! The first two books in a new series for younger readers mixing modern day and Ancient Greek Mythology hits bookshops next week, and I was lucky enough to be sent copies of both of them to review... Here Comes Hercules! … Continue reading Hopeless Heroes by Stella Tarakson, illustrated by Nick Roberts

You Can’t Make Me Go To Witch School by Em Lynas, illustrated by Jamie Littler

It’s Daisy Wart’s 11th Birthday, and instead of Granny taking her for a birthday treat, she’s stood outside a crumbling building. Granny is convinced she’s a witch, but Daisy is adamant she isn’t. For Daisy is a Shakespearean actress, preparing to show the world her Bottom just two nights hence. With the headmistress ignoring her, … Continue reading You Can’t Make Me Go To Witch School by Em Lynas, illustrated by Jamie Littler

Revenge Of The Atomic Burps by Gareth P. Jones, illustrated by Steve May

Publication Date: 8th February 2018 Bisket has been suspended from active duty and finds himself facing a week at Mrs Stroganov’s Dog Hotel while Philip has a well deserved holiday. Meanwhile, Mitzy is sent to investigate alien activity at a fizzy drinks factory. Without her partner, and with the entire seagull network down, she finds … Continue reading Revenge Of The Atomic Burps by Gareth P. Jones, illustrated by Steve May

I Killed Father Christmas by Anthony McGowan, illustrated by Chris Riddell

It’s Christmas Eve, but Jo-Jo isn’t sleeping. He’s sat upstairs listening to his parents arguing and it’s all his fault. If only he hadn’t been so greedy, Father Christmas would still be alive! Jo-Jo does the only thing he can; he pulls off his pillow cases, sorts through his toys, borrows a coat and sets … Continue reading I Killed Father Christmas by Anthony McGowan, illustrated by Chris Riddell