Hello all, this week I will feature a lovely series of books I found in our library. The main character this time is a young girl who lived in the English countryside and how the Great War affected her life and those around her. I hope you enjoy these – make sure you keep yourself well stocked with tissues for these books! Continue reading “Ellie’s War series by Emily Sharratt”
Hi everyone, welcome to the last week of October!!
If you enjoyed the last four weeks of horror, then this last one will be a bit tamer. Today you will get a selection of the many ghost stories I have read so far. The seven titles reviewed today spoke to me in one way or another. No, not through a crystal ball, from their pages!! Continue reading “Seven spooky stories to sink your teeth into!”
Hi there, so today’s post will be about a classic ghost story, nothing too scary. It’s a lovely read about a young girl and her adventures with the friend she makes. Fans of school-ghost stories will enjoy this book. Continue reading “The girl who wasn’t there by Karen McCombie”
Hi there, welcome to this month of ghosts, creepy crawlies and everything horror!! This first post features an entertaining set of books by best-selling Chris Grabenstein on ghosts and ghouls! Spoiler Alert: If you are not a fan of horror, mystery and gore, best to avoid this one, as it has them all mixed in with a decent dosage of humour. Also, not for night time reading, unless it’s your thing; then by all means please read on!! Continue reading “A Haunted Mystery series by Chris Grabenstein”
Hi there, this week I’ve chosen a slightly different title to showcase. It grabbed me for its simple cover design and lovely story. Basically it’s about a boy who meets a girl, and what happens afterwards. Have a read of this delightful, heart-warming story!! Continue reading “A Song for Bijou by Josh Farrar”
This week’s tween review is on a book that fell outside of the usual confines for me. Instead of looking at adventure or mystery, I chose to review a book that related to issues that were more current. This title addresses the topic of grief and loss, and how it affects young people today. Be prepared to read through the night!! Continue reading “Counting by 7’s by Holly Goldberg-Sloan”
Hi there, this week’s review is of an adventure trilogy I enjoyed featuring an interesting pair of twins. One of the many things that fascinate me is the history of words and these three books answer some of the questions that used to puzzle me. Hope you find some nuggets of wisdom too!! Continue reading “The Word Hunters series”