Dear Earth by Isabel Otter and Clara Anganuzzi

Publication Date: 5 March 2020 The Blurb When Tessa writes a love letter to the Earth, it's the beginning of a glorious adventure. She blows bubbles with whales, soars with birds and joins in with the noisy rainforest hullabaloo! Tessa wants everyone to know how special our planet is. She believes that there is a … Continue reading Dear Earth by Isabel Otter and Clara Anganuzzi

Egg by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet

Publication Date: 5 March 2020 The Blurb When is an egg not an egg? Everyone knows that eggs have pointy tops and big bottoms - but what happens when an upside down egg turns up? Will this odd egg ever be accepted by the others? The Review A fabulously funny, thought-provoking, near wordless picturebook celebrating … Continue reading Egg by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet

Stars Before Bedtime by Claire Grace & Dr Jessamy Hibberd, illustrated by Hannah Tolson

Publication Date: 3 March 2020 The Blurb Create a calm bedtime ritual with this debut book in the Before Bedtime series, Stars Before Bedtime – a soothing journey through the glittering constellations of the night sky woven with tried-and-tested sleep exercises from the bestselling author and clinical psychologist Dr Jessamy Hibberd. The Review A stunning … Continue reading Stars Before Bedtime by Claire Grace & Dr Jessamy Hibberd, illustrated by Hannah Tolson

Where Happiness Begins by Eva Eland

Publication Date: 5 March 2020 The Blurb Are you looking for happiness? Sometimes it can feel really far away, and sometimes you might have so much you can’t help but share. You can try to chase it, control it or capture it, but even if it seems like it’s gone for a while, you’ll know … Continue reading Where Happiness Begins by Eva Eland

All the Dear Little Animals by Ulf Nilsson, illustrated by Eva Eriksson

Publication Date: 01 January 2020 (this edition, it was first published in English 2006) The Blurb One summer's day we started a business called Funerals Ltd., to help all the poor dead animals in the world. Esther did the digging, I wrote the poems, and Esther's little brother, Puttie, cried. The Review A warm and … Continue reading All the Dear Little Animals by Ulf Nilsson, illustrated by Eva Eriksson

It’s One Giant Leek For Mankind by Olaf Falafel

Adventurous astronauts, giant vegetables and sweet music from baboons bottoms all feature in this highly engaging picture book inspired by the 1969 moon landings. From blast off to the Eagle landing, everything is as we are told in the history books is true. But what really happened on the lunar surface? A troop of blue … Continue reading It’s One Giant Leek For Mankind by Olaf Falafel

#ReadForEmpathy by Corrinne Averiss

It’s my stop on the #ReadForEmpathy Blog Tour, and it’s my pleasure to welcome Corrinne Averiss, author of Joy, to discuss why empathy is such an important life skill, and how we can help foster it’s development in our children. The promotion of empathy has been a huge driver for me over the last few years - … Continue reading #ReadForEmpathy by Corrinne Averiss

If All The World Were… by Joseph Coelho and Allison Colpoys

The vibrant, joyful cover hides a story I wasn’t prepared for on first reading... A little girl and her grandad spend time together throughout the seasons, talking, playing, creating and making memories that will last a lifetime. Coelho’s words and Colpoys illustrations combine to create a wonderful tale of love, loss and making memories. It … Continue reading If All The World Were… by Joseph Coelho and Allison Colpoys

Inside The Villains by Clotilde Perrin

Meet three of the most well-known and despicable villains from the world of fairytales as you’ve never met them before. The wolf, the giant and the witch in full pop-up, fold-out glory. Each character has a captivating introduction, a beautifully layered character to explore, and then on the full gate-fold, more vital information and a … Continue reading Inside The Villains by Clotilde Perrin

Once Upon A Wild Wood by Chris Riddell

Little Green Rain Cape might just be the smartest and kindest of all of the fairytale characters. Using her common sense and compassion, she sets off for Rapunzel’s birthday party with her strong, straight stick, comfortable, clumpy boots, a backpack full of essentials and her party invitation. Along the way she encounters a whole host … Continue reading Once Upon A Wild Wood by Chris Riddell