Planning on visiting London Town for some royal birthday celebrations? Then you need this fabulous A-Z guide crammed with all there is to know about our capital city! For those of you who need to 'step into the map' to navigate around a city, the first thing you're greeted with when you open the cover … Continue reading ‘L is for London’ by Paul Thurlby
Professor Astro Cat is back for his second amazing adventure. This time he's explaining the wonderful world of physics. Everything from forces to nuclear physics are explored in this fantastically illustrated book. Seemingly tricky scientific concepts are described in a clear and easy to understand way, making excellent use of illustrations and diagrams to bring the subject-matter to … Continue reading ‘Professor Astro Cat’s Atomic Adventure’ by Dr. Dominic Walliman and Ben Newman
Weasels - cute, furry creatures, live down holes, don't do much all day. Right? Wrong! What they actually do is plot world domination in their underground lair. And today's the day they take over the world! This hilarious book is full of detailed illustrations which show the reader the weasels' maps, plans and crazy machinery. … Continue reading ‘Weasels’ by Elys Dolan
I mentioned some time ago that I was being sent a copy of this excellent book and app to read and review. Well I've finally got them and they were definitely worth the wait! This book is absolutely jam-packed with information that every budding space explorer needs to know. I wonder if British astronaut, Tim … Continue reading ‘Professor Astro Cat’s Frontiers of Space’ by Dr. Dominic Walliman and Ben Newman
What's fun about a book with no pictures? A book that can make whoever reads it look like a monkey and speak like a robot. Adults beware - this book will make you sound very silly! Glluuuurrrr-ga-wocko! You have been warned. Book Boy.
Another great read for anti-bullying week: It's Biff's dearest wish to be a ballet dancer but everybody knows that dogs don't do ballet! Or do they.............? This funny and heart-warming book proves that everybody is unique and should follow their dreams. I wish I could pirouette; it would be useful for dodging lasers! Book Boy.
This roarsome read is in another dimension! Download the special app and bring the dinosaurs back to life straight from the pages of a book. Can you imagine velociraptors running around your bedroom or pteranodons swooping through the air? Library girl had a T-rex stomping all over our bookcases! Highly recommended for dinosaur fans of all ages. … Continue reading iDinosaur: An Augmented Reality Book
Great news for fans of 'The Day the Crayons Quit' - Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers have been busy writing a sequel. Just as funny as the first in the series, this book features a rather confused Neon Red crayon and Pea Green who has rather itchy feet. They share their antics through a series … Continue reading The Day the Crayons Came Home
Hiiiiiiiiiisssssssss!!! Look away now if you think you don't like snakes. I've noticed some Year 4 children I know getting friendly with an albino python named Apollo. They've been writing persuasive texts in response to a very clever new book by the fantastic Nicola Davies. An unusual mix of fiction and non-fiction with brilliantly detailed illustrations … Continue reading I Don’t Like Snakes!