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I'm afraid that the 101 Things to do... book has already gone out for review.
The latest book in is a picture book for the under 5s:
Sir Laughalot by Tony Mitton and Sara Warburton
Received the Me and You book yesterday - my daughter loved it and I thought it was pretty cool too! Posted the review already - hope it's ok?
[edit - Book Review: Me and You - Anthony Browne]
I've got a copy of 'How to be a Happy Stepmum' available for review - in advance of our web chat with the author Dr. Lisa Doodson. Let me know if you'd like to review it and I'll send it out asap.
We've got an advance, proof copy of Mistress of the Storm by M.L. Welsh for review. Suitable for age 10+.
Verity Gallant knows she’ll never be as pretty and popular as Poppy, her perfect little sister – she doesn’t quite fit in. But when a mysterious stranger hands her an ancient red book, everything changes.
Verity becomes embroiled in a tale of dark magic and intrigue; she uncovers old rivalries and discovers new friends. Together, she, Henry and Martha explore the secrets stirring in the ancient harbour town of Wellow.
But what will it take to stop a powerful witch hell-bent on revenge?
I'll review that one if no-one wants it Michael- but if anyone does want it let them have it as if it comes here it will be me reading it not Alex *grin*
Ta Beth, sorry for the delay - it's in the post.
Latest book for review:
Philippa Fisher and the Stone Fairy's Promise - Liz Kessler
'Philippa is spending New Year with her best friend, Robyn. The last person she expects to see is her fairy godsister, Daisy. But Daisy, assigned to a new job Above The Clouds, has discovered something terrible is going to happen, and she needs to warn Philippa - fast.
Meanwhile, out on the misty moors, something precious has been taken from an ancient stone circle - and it's up to Philippa and Daisy to prevent an unimaginable disaster.
With Philippa transported to ATC and Daisy stuck on earth, their friendship is tested to the limits. What they don't know is that the fairy godmothers in charge have a special plan for them. Time literally stops as they desperately try to fulfill their mission.'
Still on the reviews shelf are:
Lord Sunday - Garth Nix
The Newt in the Suit - Margaret Chamberlain and Andrew Weale (a counting book)
Babies Love Books - Catherine and Laurence Anholt (3-5 yrs)
Wake Up! It's going to be a busy day - Katie Cleminson (Picture book)
Jacob O'Reilly Wants a Pet - Lynne Rickard and Lee Wildish (3-5 yrs)
All Aboard - for fun and activities with the old station nursery (Exciting activities and recipes to engage and inspire children of all ages)
Angelina and the Royal Wedding - Katharine Holabird, Helen Craig
George and Flora's Secret Garden - Jo Elworthy (with gardening tips and easy instructions)
Last chance - so let me know if you'd like to review any of these - and don't forget to send me your name and address via private message.
[Here's the book reviewing guide.]
I'll do the Garth Nix if you like. Not ever read one, but he has a cool name *grin*