Continue reading “The Haunting of Tyrese Walker | Young Adult Book Review”
They began to walk back down the track but Tyrese glanced over his shoulder towards the trees on the mountainside. Even though it was hot and humid, he shivered, his skin tingling. Why couldn’t he shake off the feeling that something or…someone was watching him?
She slowed down as she reached the yawning opening to her left that led down into the bowels of the house. She crept towards it, one eye on the incline that led deep into the dark. She fought the urge to whisper, ‘Piglet.’ She remembered the words Uncle Enoch and the others were so fond of using.
Piglet is dangerous.Continue reading “The Monsters of Rookhaven | Book Review”
Welcome to the second entry in our Lockdown Library! This one is aimed at slightly older children than part 1 (which you can see here), though younger children will likely still enjoy reading along too!Continue reading “Lynda’s Lockdown Library 2 | Book Reviews”
Congratulations to Frances Hardinge for winning the prestigious Costa Book of the Year Award 2015 with her Victorian murder mystery The Lie Tree – and for being only the second children’s novel to win since the award began!