Review: Bluey a Jigsaw Puzzle Book

The Heeler family star in Bluey a Jigsaw Puzzle Book. There are four puzzle pages, each 9 piece puzzle accompanied by a single narrative page that introduces the jigsaw image. The bonus is that the puzzle is double sided, so there […]

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Review: Kind

I am a huge fan of picture books about our world and nature, and lucky for me there are loads of brilliant books available that dive into these topics.  Kind is another one to add to my collection, but it […]

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Review: I Feel the World

Sometimes we feel big feelings. Sometimes those feelings are big and joyful and sometimes those feelings are big and scary. But that’s okay. All feelings are okay. Sometimes feelings work so hard, protecting like a bodyguard. Feelings sometimes make me […]

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Review: Interned

As the world teeters on the brink of war in 1914, two young girls of German heritage will have their entire worlds turned upside down. Based on true events this historical story centres on a forgotten moment in history. Greta […]

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Review: Gallant

V.E. Schwab’s new novel Gallant is a gothic tale that mixes a range of genres, from middle grade to YA, and mystery to horror, that will intrigue and win over the hearts of whoever reads it. Olivia Prior is a […]

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Review: Rock Star Detectives

Australian comedian Adam Hills has delivered his debut children’s novel. This must-read story combines comedic flair with inclusive characters that celebrate our individuality. Illustrated by Luna Valentine, Rock Star Detectives won’t disappoint. Twelve year old singing sensation Charley Parker is […]

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