Kind, caring, understanding, thoughtful, good listener, open minded, KIND … How many of these traits can you hand on heart say you have? Truly, honestly?
Isn’t it the best feeling when you pick up a book to read, demolish it in one sitting, and then want to read it over
I’m sat here, in my quiet little flat, watching the snow fall outside, wondering where to start with this blog post. I love it when
It’s December 23rd, and today’s Book Monsters advent post is a book I’m not even sure where to begin with, it’s so wonderful. It is
My Book Monsters Advent has been picture book heavy thus far, but yesterday I picked up a book that refused to be put down. It
I, along with many others, are flying the flag for illustrated fiction. We are seeing more and more illustrations in books now, and they’re brilliant.
Die Hard for kids is how I described the last book I reviewed, written by Author Dan Worsley. That book was Eric Appleby Zero to
I received this book last year when it was released. I read it quickly, and then was prevented blogging about it through lack of time
It’s been ages since I read a funny children’s book. Many of the ones I’ve been reading lately have been quite serious. Nothing wrong
A Few months ago I reviewed a self published title. Not something I, or many bloggers, often do (rightly or wrongly), but Eric Appleby: