The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, were, for many years, very much lost. Once a thriving kitchen and flower garden run by
I’m a big fan of poetry, for young and old, and we are fortunate enough to have some fantastic and talented poets around to
I was recently contacted by Tara books, to see if I would have a look at their books and maybe consider them for Book
So, sunday afternoon and blogging to catch up on. So, what do I find myself doing? Sprawled on the floor building a dragon of
Welcome to Book Monster’s stop on the Botanicum blog tour, and I’m incredibly excited to review this glorious book and welcome illustrator Katie Scott here
Sometimes you come across a picture book that is not only enjoyable to read and look at, but also has an important message to
So, back to what I promised, and that is some more glorious non-fiction for you! I’m a little late to the party with these
In a lot of respects, other than it being pertinent to my job, I blog about children’s books because they are nostalgic to me.
Right then, back to the non-fiction! This time a couple of gorgeous non-fiction books from Big Picture Press for younger readers.
I do also
In my previous blog post, which you can read here:
I promised to fly the flag for non-fiction here on the blog. So,