Review: Hollowpox by Jessica Townsend

Hollowpox is the third book in the Nevermoor series and is a comforting and cosy read that was somehow still jam packed with adventure, mystery and turmoil. »

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Review: Zombierella by Joseph Coelho and Freya Hartas

Zombierella, the first book in a new series, Fairy Tales Gone Bad, is written by Joseph Coelho and illustrated by Freya Hartas. »

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Review: Lizard's Tale by Weng Wai Chan

Lizard’s Tale is a gorgeous middle-grade spy adventure, set in Singapore in 1940. »

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Review: The Theory of Hummingbirds by Michelle Kadarusman

The Theory of Hummingbirds by Michelle Kadarusman is an incredibly sweet and moving story for young readers (8+). »

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Review: The Witches of Willow Cove by Josh Roberts

The Witches of Willow Cove by Josh Roberts is a captivating debut .Perfect for that intersection of middle grade and young adult. »

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Review: As Fast As I Can by Penny Tangey

As Fast As I Can is a heartfelt Australian middle-grade story recommended for kids who love sport, kids who love books and kids who love both. »

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Review: The Hadley Academy for the Improbably Gifted by Conor Grennan

A action-packed middle-grade adventure story. »

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Review: Beverly, Right Here by Kate DiCamillo

Beverly, Right Here is the third and final book in the Three Rancheros series. Kate DiCamillo provides a gentle way to explore hard and painful circumstances that end with a sense of hopefulness. »

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Review: The Slightly Alarming Tale of The Whispering Wars

The Slightly Alarming Tale of the Whispering Wars is a wonderful companion to The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone that readers of all levels will adore. I really hope there will be adventures and tales from more kingdoms and empires in the future. »

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Review: The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone by Jaclyn Moriarty

I feel a little bit like this book was made just for me. Everything about it is perfectly lovely: the title, The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of »

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