Matilda at 30 by Roald Dahl

I received a copy of this book from the publisher. What a pleasure to be able to share one of my favourite childhood books with my son. Matilda at 30 has been illustrated by Quentin Blake to imagine what Matilda might be doing at 30. Who couldn’t imagine her as a Chief Executive of the... Continue Reading →

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The Possible World by Liese O’Halloran Schwarz

The Possible world is a lovely story exploring the importance of family, friends and the memories we make with them. It begins with a tragedy. Ben, an anxious 6 year old goes to a birthday party he will never forget. Lucy is working in the hospital when those involved are admitted. I enjoyed reading a... Continue Reading →

Artemis by Andy Weir #blogtour @andyweirauthor #artemis @eburypublishing #randomthingstours

I am pleased to be taking part in the blog tour for Artemis by Andy Weir, organised by Random Things Tours. The book will be published in paperback and ebook on July 12th. Artemis is the first city on the moon. It is well developed with 5 main bubbles where people live and work in... Continue Reading →

London Hat Hunting Mission by Winnie Mak Tselikas @onedearworld @rararesources

I received this book as part of the blog tour by Rachel's Random Resources to spread the word about London Hat Hunting Mission by Winnie Mak Tselikas. I have two boys under the age of 6 who helped me review the book. Hope, Jun, Parth and Lea come from a variety of backgrounds and live... Continue Reading →

The Wonderful Things You Will Be by Emily Winfield Martin

The Wonderful Things You Will Be is a children's book that celebrates and inspires children to to be who they want to be. The illustrations are beautifully simple, and the story is full of imagination. A good one to read to little ones with short sentences and an easy rhyming scheme. Older children are encouraged... Continue Reading →

The Sapphire Widow by Dinah Jefferies @dinahjefferies @penguinrandom

Louisa and Elliot are happily married with a longing to start a family of their own. Elliot is often away from home working hard at his cinnamon plantation, or making important business deals. When Elliot dies suddenly, Louisa is left to unravel the lies he told and secrets he kept firmly hidden from her. Dinah... Continue Reading →

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