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The 10pm Question
This is a warm, surprising, quirky, yet real and intelligent novel you will fall in love with. It’s a coming of age tale of Frankie Parsons, a twelve year old boy (who thinks and acts much older) who worries incessantly about everyday life and the eccentric family around him. His new friend - colourful, creative, talkative Sydney - has relentless, unavoidable questions of her own that force Frankie and his family to face up to things that have lain dormant for years. Kate de Goldi has written a tender and endearing story that will break your heart and ... View Full Review
Joyful, Joyful 20 Stories by BRILLIANT Black Creators from Around the World
This beautifully produced anthology for 9+ readers is a celebration of hope from some of our most talented Black writers. With contributors including Malorie Blackman, Alex Wheatle, Faridah Abike-Iyimide, Sharna Jackson and Dorothy Koomson, this perfect package curated by British Book Awards Illustrator of the Year Dapo Adeola with a foreword by the award-winning Patrice Lawrence is a book to be treasured. With an invitation for the reader to join in with their own story in the final few pages, this is a joy for readers of all ages. View Full Review
Big Ideas for Curious Minds: An Introduction to Philosophy
It's twenty four years since Alan de Boton wrote Consolations of Philosophy. Back then - before the swell of the 'wellbeing' movement and the cascade of podcasts and online communities about living lives aligned to Stocism and Eastern philosophies - this was somewhat of a trailblazer. In it, the Cambridge and Harvard-educated historian and philosopher condensed the seemingly abstract teachings of various philosophers into applicable self-help for life's very real problems. What can we learn from Socrates about being unpopular, for example, or from Epicurus on feeling cash-poor? Subsequent to the book's success, de Boton co-founded the School of Life, ... View Full Review
Playtime!
Playtime! is a book that turns tummy time into playtime. Like our bestselling book, Tummy Time! it folds out and stands up in front of newborns during the all-important tummy time – a practice encouraged by healthcare professionals to prevent flat spots on the back of the head, and to strengthen muscles in their necks and upper bodies. These early months are also when a baby’s brain is developing faster than at any other time in their lives. View Full Review
The Squad: White Fear
As well as being a huge football fan, Tom Palmer has an international reputation in reader development. He is a coordinator of the Reading Partners consortium, works with The Reading Agency, Booktrust and the National Literacy Trust, and has been the official writer for the Premier League Reading Stars scheme for five years. He also teaches annually for the Arvon Foundation, and has travelled around the world to train librarians and teachers in techniques to encourage boys to read. He is the bestselling author of Football Academy and The Foul Play series, in which the first book was nominated for ... View Full Review
Top Thorn Farm
Chosen by Tom Palmer, Guest Editor for April 2024. I’d like to recommend Top Thorn Farm by Denise Clarke as my book for this month. I read it recently and was struck by how the author – a former school librarian – chose to write it because the students at her secondary school wanted books that featured farming and tractors. But there were very few books that dealt with rural communities. How was she going to encourage them to read for pleasure? She decided to write Top Thorn Farm. To fill that gap. To represent ... View Full Review
Amazing Sister
Are you a sleepy sister? Or a bleepy sister? Do you have a twirly sister? Or a whirly sister? You'll find sisters galore in this vibrant, zesty celebration of all types of sisters: new, young, old, shy, loud, or sporty. It's full of life and the super cute, cheeky illustrations show the highs and lows of life of living as part of a family. Whether you're really similar or have huge differences, sisters are always there for you when you need them the most. Both sisters we start out with, and ones we gain along the way. The mischievous illustrations ... View Full Review
Run Like A Girl
Winner of the Sunday Times Children's Sports Book of the Year Run Like A Girl introduces you to 50 female athletes from across the globe and is a celebration of women in sport. Taking its name from the derogatory insult we've all heard,  the reality is that people have been known to use it as an insult to limit women and girls' potential. Taking back the saying ”Like a Girl” because too right – these legends are strong and brave and fearless. Like a girl. They are ambitious and fearless and tough. Like a girl.  Featuring rowers, ... View Full Review
Great Lives in Graphics: Leonardo Da Vinci
Part of the Great Lives in Graphics series this is a beautiful hardback featuring a visual snapshot and fascinating facts about the creator of the Mona Lisa. Opening the doors to the whole world of Da Vinci and the breadth of his creations, this is a joyful journey through his life and all of his accomplishments as an artist, as an engineer, as a scientist and as an inventor.   From his destiny to create fantastic flying machines (he produced over 500 sketches and 35,000 words to do with flying); through to his obsession with how the body worked (... View Full Review
The Magic Faraway Tree: The Enchanted Wood Book 1
A funny, magical adventure that will delight children again and again. The first book in Enid Blyton's Faraway Tree series, published in 1939 and as numerous editions followed this has become a true classic. Chosen by Ross Welford, our Guest Editor, as one of his recommended reads; "Three children, an enchanted forest, a magical tree inhabited by fairy-folk - and that’s even before you get to the magical lands through the clouds.  Just glorious!" View Full Review
Bridge to Terabithia
Bridge to Terabithia is an unforgettable story of friendship and loss by award-winning author Katherine Paterson. Chosen by Ross Welford, our Guest Editor, as one of his recommended reads; "An American classic from the 1970s, with terrific lead characters and an emotional gut-punch that took me completely by surprise." View Full Review
Oscar's Lion
Chosen by Ross Welford, our Guest Editor, as one of his recommended reads; "This tale of a mysterious, talking lion who turns up in the life of a small boy is both funny and deeply poignant." View Full Review