Broken Bridges by Roy Kindelberger

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Title: Broken Bridges Author: Roy Kindelberger Genre: Children’s middle-grade Length: 138 pages Publisher: Black Rose Writing (August 21, 2013) Buy Links: Black Rose Writing | Amazon | Book Depository | Espresso Book Machine | Amazon UK     Synopsis: Twelve-year-old Rey is sent to an old rundown steel town near Pittsburgh, where he has to deal with his aging grandparents, isolated dad, missing mom, bullies, broken bridges, and horseradish sauce. While Rey sits on an airplane bound for Pittsburgh, he clutches {Read More}

So Gorilla by Dean Russell | Book Review

So Gorilla

Title: So Gorilla Author: Dean Russell Illustrator: Chloe Elliott Genre: Children’s (3 years +) Publisher: Far Far Away Books and Media (8 April 2013) Synopsis: So Gorilla is grumpy and she doesn’t know why. From throwing enormous tantrums to being rude to the other animals, this entertaining rhyming tale takes us deep into the jungle to see what eventually brings her out of her topsy-turvy mood! Join the cutest baby gorilla ever as she attempts to find out what is {Read More}

So Frog by Dean Russell | Book Review

So Frog

  Title: So Frog Author: Dean Russell Illustrator: Chloe Elliott Genre: Children (3+) Length: 32 pages Publisher: Far Far Away Books and Media (8 April 2013)   Synopsis: Up and down, over and under, leaping high and hopping all over, So Frog can’t stop! Until he gets tired and guess where he flops? Frog is a real live wire. From first thing in the morning to after teatime, he jumps, skips and hops over the river, in the leaves, through {Read More}

Jade and the Tooth Fairy | Book Review

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Title: Jade and the Tooth Fairy Author: Jacinta Zechariah Genre: Children’s Published:  April 9, 2013 Synopsis: A magical tale about a little girl called Jade who stays up to meet the Tooth Fairy and goes to fairyland with her. She is also in for a pleasant surprise when she finds out what happens to all the teeth the Tooth Fairy takes! Review: My daughter is six years old and has just lost her first tooth so Jade and the Tooth {Read More}

Mouse and the Moon Made of Cheese by Dean Russell | Book Review

Mouse and the Moon Made of Cheese

Title: Mouse and the Moon Made of Cheese Author: Dean Russell Illustrator: Chloe Elliott Genre: Children (3+) Length: 40 pages Format: Paperback Publisher: Far Far Away Books and Media (7 Jan 2013) Synopsis: Reach for the Sky with Mouse and the Moon Made of Cheese – a truly heartwarming tale of adventure and perseverance! Prepare to be enchanted by a little Mouse with big dreams in this fabulous rhyming tale from debut author Dean Russell and talented new illustrator Chloe {Read More}

The Slither Sisters by Charles Gilman | Book Review

The Slither Sisters

Title: The Slither Sisters (Tales From Lovecraft Middle School #2) Author: Charles Gilman Genre: Children, 9 + Length: 160 pages Publisher: Quirk Books (15 Jan 2013) Synopsis: Two-headed monsters, giant tentacles, angry demons – Lovecraft Middle School is great creepy fun! – Ransom Riggs, author of “Miss Peregrine’s Home” for Peculiar Children. This second novel in the “Tales from Lovecraft Middle School” series begins right where Professor Gargoyle ended. Seventh-grader Robert Arthur has discovered that two of his classmates are {Read More}

Nate Rocks The World | Book Review

Nate Rocks the World

Title: Nate Rocks The World Author: Karen Pokras Toz Genre: Children’s Length: 140 pages Publisher: Grand Daisy Press (November 28, 2011) Synopsis: Nate Rocks can do it all: part super-hero, part all-star athlete, part rock-star… part fourth-grader? Ten-year-old Nathan Rockledge cannot catch a break. After all, life as a fourth-grader can be hazardous what with science projects to deal with and recess football games to avoid. Everyone, including his best friend Tommy, seems to have bad luck when hanging around {Read More}