Month: March 2019

My Feelings Exactly

Seeing Myself in Children’s Fiction

Growing up in the 60s and early 70s on a decidedly working class estate on the south edge of Edinburgh,

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Children of Blood and Bone

Children Of Blood And Bone – Review

There has been so much hype about this book that I was a bit leery about starting it just in

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Forum Books

Browse a Bookshop

After having a lovely response for our Bookshop Advent where 24 bookshops sent us answers to some Christmas related questions

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Sensitive

When Something Really Smells

You know when something really smells, it sometimes requires a word other than smells, something to distinguish its ripeness, or

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Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Sharks

Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Sharks – Review

Another great read from the team that wrote and illustrated Sam Wu Is Not Afraid of Ghosts. The writing is

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Lunicorn Press – Publisher Profile

A regular feature where we give an independent publisher the chance to talk about themselves and their projects. When did

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The Secret of Nightingale Wood

The Secret Of Nightingale Wood – Review

This debut novel by Lucy Strange begins with a setting similar to ‘The Railway Children’ by E. Nesbit. It is

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Magician

Questions To Ask About Magic

When thinking about adding magic to your world building, these are some questions to ask Who has it? Who can

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