Continue reading “100 Tales from the Tokyo Ghost Café | Book Review”
“You think you can decide what is real and what is imaginary, what is alive and what is dead. But who is to decide who is alive and who is merely dreamed into existence? I listen to you lot argue about whether ghosts or fox spirits exist, and you forget to check how real you are.”
Continue reading “Drawn to Change the World | Book Review”
This book is not about putting the sole responsibility on young people’s shoulders to fix this crisis. It’s about celebrating the activists who are doing incredible things, and encouraging whoever is reading this book that you can make a difference too, no matter your age. You are not too old, and you are not too young, to begin.
We’re keeping it light this month with some fun reads featuring the first entries for a variety of new monsters and fantastic creatures, and all with the most eye-catching front covers!Continue reading “Light-Hearted Reads | Review”
Graphic novels are a great way to get reluctant readers to pick up a book; from Dog Man to Alex Rider, they have kick-started many reading journeys. So I decided to try a few I hadn’t read yet for our newest review selection.
All entries in this round-up are illustrated in full colour.Continue reading “Graphic Novels for Autumn 2022 | Reviews”
This summer we’ve been diving into some fantastic and gorgeously illustrated non-fiction books, from recent and ancient history, to nature and cultures. We’ve picked some of our favourites to share with you in our short non-fiction review round-up!Continue reading “Illustrated Non-Fiction Summer 2022 | Review”
Last month, I visited Wales and in doing so found myself (unsurprisingly I hear you say!) in a number of bookshops. Picture books are somewhat of a weakness for me, so I of course bought a handful – check out what I thought of them below, in our very first Picture Book Roundup!