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The Girl of Ink and Stars

In ‘The Girl of Ink & Stars’, Kiran creates a believable world inhabited by believable characters. The story starts as though it is going to be historical fiction set on an island in an imaginary tropical ocean, but as it progresses the mystical side of the island and their inhabitants start to develop. A convincing …

Ella on the Outside
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Ella on the Outside

Ella is at a new school, her best friend is far away, her father is in prison, and she is finding this difficult to deal with. Then the troubles really start, who can you trust, who is your friend? Ella on the Outside is a well-written look at a young girls difficulties in steering through …

Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Sharks
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Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Sharks

Sam Wu is Not Afraid of Sharks is another great read from the team that wrote and illustrated Sam Wu Is Not Afraid of Ghosts. The writing is clear and funny, with really energetic illustrations to accompany and flesh-out the story. A fun adventure that explores ideas of bravery and friendship. Sam, Zoe and Bernard, …

Charlie Changes into a Chicken
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Charlie Changes into a Chicken

I was given a copy of Charlie Changes Into a Chicken by Puffin in exchange for a review, and it’s always a relief when you can give a positive review 😉 Charlie McGuffin is nine-years old and pretty ordinary, except for one thing. He changes into different creatures. Through the book we follow Charlie on …

The Mystery of the Colour Thief
Big Foot and Little Foot
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Big Foot And Little Foot

Big Foot and Little Foot is the story of Hugo and Boone, a story of friendship and adventure. Hugo is a Sasquatch and Boone is a Human and the two were never meant to meet, fear of discovery keeping Sasquatch society hidden as they think that humans will either want to capture or kill them. …

The Boy Who Grew Dragons
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The Boy Who Grew Dragons

The Boy Who Grew Dragons had (shamefully) been on my TBR list for a long time, I initially got it to join in with #PrimarySchoolBookClub but in the end didn’t have the time to join in. From the start of this wonderful book I was gripped and really wanted to know what happened and was …