Book Review: Hope ~ Red Reading Hub

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Hope Corrinne Averiss and Sébastien Pelon Words & Pictures Finn is a small boy with a very large dog called Comet. The two are best friends and do pretty much everything together. One morning Comet isn’t his usual lively self: “He’s poorly,” Mum says, “he needs to go to the vet’s.” Off go Dad, Finn […]

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Book Review: The Lost Book — Red Reading Hub

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The Lost Book Margarita Surnaite Andersen Press Of all the rabbits in Rabbit Town Henry is the only one who isn’t a book enthusiast; he much prefers real life adventures. Then one day when he discovers a book in the hedgerow, he finds himself drawn into an adventure of his very own, not in Rabbit […]

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Book review: Maisie’s Scrapbook ~ Red Reading Hub

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Maisie’s Scrapbook Samuel Narh and Jo Loring-Fisher Lantana Publishing Five-year-old Maisie is the narrator of this celebration of unconditional parental love. In the end papers she shows us her scrapbook: her Dada shares tales of the spider she saves the world from (aka Ananse), while her Mama tells her ‘a bull is not a pet’. In […]

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Book Review: The Wall in the Middle of the Book — Red Reading Hub

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The Wall in the Middle of the Book Jon Agee Scallywag Press ‘Something there is that doesn’t love a wall’. So begins Robert Frost’s famous poem Mending Wall, and so it is too, with Jon Agee who has cleverly constructed a fable with a high brick wall running along the book’s gutter, with the action […]

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Book Review: Pirate Pug — Red Reading Hub

 

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Pirate Pug Laura James and Eglantine Ceulemans Bloomsbury Children’s Books Their latest adventure sees Pug and Lady Miranda holidaying in Pebbly Bay. They’re just preparing to indulge themselves in a hotel breakfast of some rather yummy jam tarts when in through the window flies a parrot. Showing a distinct lack of interest in the tasty […]

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Gecko — Youth Services Book Review

Gecko by Raymond Huber, illustrated by Brian Lovelock, Candlewick Press, 9780763698850, 2019 Format: Hardcover Rating: 1-5 (5 is an excellent or a Starred review) 5 What did you like about the book? Absolutely stunning artwork combines facts about geckos with an exciting story about a day in the life of one little reptile. Bold, realistic watercolor […]

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