Book Review: Rebel Voices

Rebel Voices Written by Louise K. Stewart Illustrated by Eve Lloyd Knight 48 pages Published by Wren and Rook (Hachette Kids) Publication date: 11th January 2018 Age range: 7+ Summary (from Goodreads): A beautifully illustrated celebration of the brave campaigners who fought for women’s right to vote. Discover that it was never illegal for women…

Book Rainbow: Orange Books Part 4

Exciting times! We have been living in our apartment now for more than 2 years. When we first moved in it was completely unfurnished, but we didn’t want to spend lots of money buying furniture when we are only renting and were worried that some of the furniture might not fit when we move into…

Book Rainbow: Orange Books Part 3

How are your bookshelves looking after adding your Christmas book haul? Here is a peek at a few more of the orange books on my shelves (See Part 1 and 2 here) Confessions of an Imaginary Friend by Michelle Cuevas A TIME magazine Top 10 Children’s Book of 2015 The whimsical “autobiography” of an imaginary…

Book Rainbow: Orange Books Part 1

Time to move on to a new colour – orange! I had initially thought that it would be difficult to gather 20 books with orange spines or covers, but found I had lots more than I had thought. What’s the predominant colour on your shelves? See the Red Book pile here. I also realised (after…

Book Rainbow: Red Books Part 5

The final part of the stack of red books gathered from around our apartment Do you own any of these books? Are there any you have read or would like to read? (Check out the first 16 books in this pile in post 1, 2, 3 and 4) A Shiver of Snow and Sky by…

Book Rainbow: Red Books Part 4

Continuing with the stack of red books with a quick summary and review of another four from the pile – see Part 1, 2 and 3 (starting from the bottom of the pile and moving upwards) Have you read any of these books? Any you would recommend? Next up in our stack are: Ketchup Clouds…

Book Rainbow: Red Books Part 3

See Part 1 and 2 for the first eight books in the stack! Another four books with predominantly red spines or covers. After the Fire by Will Hill The things I’ve seen are burned into me, like scars that refuse to fade. Father John controls everything inside The Fence. And Father John likes rules. Especially…

December Bullet Journal Set-Up

Whoops, just realised that this post was still sitting in my drafts instead of being published – just over halfway through the month! I decided to go for a Christmas theme for this month’s spread, using red and green as my predominant colours. I didn’t have as much time as usual to doodle on my…

Book Rainbow: Red Books Part 2

Back with some another insight into some of the books on my shelf with red spines or covers – see Part 1 here! See the first four books in the red stack by clicking here. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher You can’t stop the future. You can’t rewind the past. The only way to…

Book Rainbow: Red Books Part 1

The first colour I chose to collect was red and I found it really easy – so easy, in fact, that I could have made a stack at least twice as high as the one in the photograph! I decided to limit myself to the first 20 books with predominantly red spines or covers that…

November Bullet Journal Round-Up

Another busy month has flown by and we’re already a third of the way through December – crazy! I really enjoyed creating my spreads for this month, based on a constellation and space theme as it is my birthday in November and my star sign in Scorpio. November is always a busy month and I…

Book Review: The Little Red Wolf

The Little Red Wolf Written and illustrated by Amélie Fléchais Translated by Jeremy Melloul 80 pages Published by Diamond Book Distributors Publication date: 3rd October 2017 Age range: 7+ Some darker themes and illustrations so read it and judge your children. Summary (from Goodreads): Lose yourself in in the dark forests of Amelie Flechais’ spectacular artwork….