Free books for review

I've been asking publishers for copies of books to review on the forum. Here are the latest ones - let me know if you're interested in writing a short review of any of these books and I'll pick some reviewers from the replies received. Please send me a private message stating which book you're interested in - and don't forget to add your name and address.

[edited to add - the latests list of books available for review is at the end of this topic. It's regularly added to and updated]

Box of Tricks - Katie Cleminson (picture book) The Pocket Money Plan - Julie Hedge (A practical guide to teaching your children about money) A Complete Guide to Scouting Skills (everything you need to know for your outdoor adventures) Woof (A Begin Smart book suitable for babies from 6-12 months) Mummy and Me (A Begin Smart book suitable for babies from 18 months to 2 years) Play Shapes (A Begin Smart book suitable for babies from 18 months to 2 years) Latest: Frightfully Friendly Ghosties - Karen King (age 5+ yrs) 101 Things to do Before You're Five - Sally Norton (for adults) The Alchemist and the Angel - Joanne Owen (an Orion children's paperback - out in May) Enchanted Glass - Diana Wynne Jones (Harper Collins children's book)

Thanks to all who requested a book. I'll send the review copies out today.

Available for review:

Parenting Made Easy, How to Raise Happy children - Sue Atkins

The Yoga Ogre - Peter Bently and Simon Rickerty

Wonder - R.J. Palacio

The story of ten-year-old August Pullman, an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face, and the way he changes the lives and the perspectives of everyone around him. The most poignant, moving and heartwarming tale you will read this year; a book to devour in one sitting and press urgently into the hands of your friends and family.
The breakout publishing sensation of 2012 will come courtesy of Palacio, a New York graphic designer whose debut novel, Wonder, is destined to go the way of Mark Haddon's Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, and then some. Telling the story of August, a schoolboy born with an unspecified facial deformity, it is dark, funny, touching, and no tube carriage will be without a copy this year. --The Times

This was so gripping - I'd really recommend it to anybody. It's a young adult book book about a little boy who's born with a disfigured face, written from his point of view. It's incredibly charming, brutal and brilliant, and it's out in March. --The Observer, Laura Dockrill, 29th Jan, 2012

Would anyone be interested in reviewing The Youngstars by Ursula Jones? (Suitable for 8+ years) Please send me a message if you are, thank you


have there been no books for review recently?