Amazing Islands by Sabrina Weiss and Kerry Hyndman

Publication Date: 2 June 2020 The Blurb Intrepid explorers aged 7-11, get ready to embark on a breath-taking tour of over 100 islands found all around the world! Discover over 100 of the planet's most magical islands - their wildlife, history, diversity, people, cultures, treasures, and more - in this beautifully illustrated book. From islands … Continue reading Amazing Islands by Sabrina Weiss and Kerry Hyndman

Iggy Peck And The Mysterious Mansion by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts

Publication Date: 12 May 2020 The Iggy Peck Draw-A-Long! Before you go any further - to celebrate the publication of The Questioneers: Iggy Peck and the Mysterious Mansion - the third installment in the chapter book series by bestselling duo Andrea Beaty and David Roberts - there is a very special Iggy Peck draw-a-long by … Continue reading Iggy Peck And The Mysterious Mansion by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts

Planet SOS by Marie G Rohde

Publication Date: 7 April 2020 The Blurb Our planet is sending out an SOS. From global warming to plastic pollution, real-life environmental monsters are threatening our world at every turn. Now it's your chance to challenge them! Meet the habitat-harming monsters that are ruining the Earth and learn how to vanquish each one. The fearsome Atmosdragon is … Continue reading Planet SOS by Marie G Rohde

A Planet Full Of Plastic by Neal Layton

The Blurb Everything is made of stuff. Some things are made of paper, like this book. And some things are made of PLASTIC. If you look around you, plastic is everywhere. Even in places where it’s not meant to be. If it drops to the ground, it doesn’t rot away – it sticks around for … Continue reading A Planet Full Of Plastic by Neal Layton

The Longest Night Of Charlie Noon by Christopher Edge

Cover illustration by Matt Saunders Trying to review this book without giving away any spoilers is as complicated as the mystery Charlie, Dizzy and Johnny find themselves trapped in - thanks Christopher – but I will do my very best... Charlie has moved to the country and isn’t all that happy about it. London had … Continue reading The Longest Night Of Charlie Noon by Christopher Edge

Ocean: Secrets Of The Deep by Sabrina Weiss and Guilia De Amicis

Whether it’s minuscule, majestic or mythical creatures that inhabit the seas and oceans that cover our planet your interested in, or the raft of different marine ecosystems found beneath the waves, from deltas, marches and mangroves to kelp forests and coral reefs, and down to the deepest depths, this book has them all. Oceans In … Continue reading Ocean: Secrets Of The Deep by Sabrina Weiss and Guilia De Amicis

Sounds of the deep by Sabrina Weiss

It’s my stop on the Ocean: Secrets Of The Deep Blog Tour, and I am delighted to welcome Sabrina Weiss to my blog with a fascinating guest post... Sounds of the deep by Sabrina Weiss The ocean is noisier than you might expect. Not just because of breaking waves or the loud engines of passing industry … Continue reading Sounds of the deep by Sabrina Weiss

Perfectly Peculiar Plants by Chris Thorogood, illustrated by Catell Ronca

If you thought plants were boring, it’s time to think again! They aren’t just pretty adornments in our gardens; from producing pollen and food to providing the air we breathe, we couldn’t exist without them. They’re amazing in their range of colour, shape and size. But some are more peculiar than others. Masters of camouflage, … Continue reading Perfectly Peculiar Plants by Chris Thorogood, illustrated by Catell Ronca

How to Write a Good Goodie and a Bad Baddie by P.G. Bell

I am delighted to welcome P.G. Bell, author of The Train To Impossible Places, to my blog today to talk about writing characters, good and bad... When I first sat down to write The Train To Impossible Places, I was determined that it wouldn't have a villain. After all, I reasoned, if Hiyao Miyazaki could … Continue reading How to Write a Good Goodie and a Bad Baddie by P.G. Bell

The Train To Impossible Places by P.G. Bell

Cover and internal illustrations by Flavia Sorrentino When Suzy is woken by strange noises in the middle of the night, her logical brain struggles to take in what she is seeing. Train tracks running through her house! And so begins Suzy’s adventure aboard the Impossible Postal Service, and she’s not even wearing her best pyjamas! … Continue reading The Train To Impossible Places by P.G. Bell