Book Review: Colour of People

Book Review: Colour of People Colour of People Illustrated by Mauricio Negro 32 pages Published by Little island Books Publication date: 5th July 2018 Summary (from the publisher): People come in different colours. But no matter what they look like, people all eat when they’re hungry, shiver when they’re cold, smile when they’re happy. Originally published in Brazil, this wordless…

Six for Sunday: Bookish Hates

Six for Sunday: Bookish Hates Welcome back to another week of #SixForSunday (The books in the image above contain characters I dislike, but I actually love all of the books! I hope nobody thinks that they are my bookish hates…) The theme for his week is Bookish Hates. As I love books I found this…

Library Loot: Magic, Romance, More Magic

Library Loot: Magic, Romance, More Magic Great haul from my library this week – from this you can see that anything to do with magic is something I like to read! This week I have borrowed: Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend Return to the magical world of Nevermoor! Morrigan Crow’s perilous adventures continue in the most…

Author Interview: Akemi Dawn Bowman

Read this fantastic interview and then go and read Akemi’s books! I loved Starfish and cannot wait to read Summer Bird Blue and Harley in the Sky! It’s the beginning of 2019 and I’m proud to bring to you my very first author interview! I’ve been so excited to share this with all of you….

Book Review: The Hairy Hand

Book Review: The Hairy Hand The Hairy Hand Written by Robin Bennett 203 pages Published by Monster Books Publication date: 2018 Summary (from Goodreads): With great power at the end of your fingers comes great trouble. Septimus feels out-of-place in his village, where everyone else his age is called Garp, Darg, Smerg or Blaarg. Good,…

Waiting on Wednesday: Master of Sorrows

Master of Sorrows The Silent Gods #1 Written by Justin Travis Call 448 pages Published by Gollancz Publication date: 21st February 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): You have heard the story before – of a young boy, orphaned through tragic circumstances, raised by a wise old man, who comes to a fuller knowledge of his magic…

Book Review: The Monkey King’s Daughter

The Monkey King’s Daughter Written by T. A. Bonis 148 pages Published by DVtvfilm.com Publication date: 1st June 2019 Summary (from Goodreads): The Monkey King’s Daughter isn’t about Sun Wukong, the Monkey King – it’s about his daughter, Meilin. Only, Meilin doesn’t know she’s the Monkey King’s daughter. In fact, she doesn’t know she’s half-monkey…

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2019

Multicultural Children’s Book Day – 25th January 2019 I took part in Multicultural Children’s Book Day last year for the first time and was super excited to be involved again this year. It is an annual event designed to raise awareness of diverse books and get more people reading and sharing the wide range of…

Six for Sunday: Bookish Loves

Six for Sunday: Bookish Loves Welcome back to another week of #SixForSunday This week the theme is ‘bookish loves‘ so I’m going to talk about a few things which I adore in books, both in their content and their presentation. Some of these are weirdly specific, but I imagine that we all have our favourite…

Year of the Asian Reading Challenge

Year of the Asian Reading Challenge Why am I attempting to do this reading challenge? I am terrible at completing reading challenges because I am a complete mood reader and therefore struggle to read books as soon as I have told myself that I should read them! However, I am going to make a special…

Netgalley Tag: Book Review secrets revealed!

Netgalley Tag Have you ever used Netgalley? Have you read and reviewed many books through the website? What do you like and dislike about it? How many books do you currently have on your Netgalley shelf? Let me know in the comments! Auto-Approved: Who is one author whose books you automatically want to read, regardless…

Book Review: Witch for a Week

Witch for a Week Written by Kaye Umansky Illustrated by Ashley King 182 pages Published by Simon and Schuster UK Publication date: 5th October 2017 Summary (from Goodreads): ‘A Bewitching tale, charmingly told and is certain to delight any witch in the making’ M.G, Leonard, award-winning author of Beetle Boy ‘A gorgeous story that bubbles…