The Great Swimming Pool Incident | Boy Underwater | A Review

This is my last blog post for the month and yes, it's another middle grade. I'm finding reading middle grade really good for reading slumps. They're easy to pick up, quick to read and there's so much to choose from. Today I'm reviewing Boy Underwater by Adam Baron. Blurb Boy Underwater is a heartbreaking story … Continue reading The Great Swimming Pool Incident | Boy Underwater | A Review

To Find The Truth | The Girl Who Thought Her Mother Was A Mermaid | A Review

It's FINALLY starting to feel like Summer! I'm being totally British here and talking about the weather, but guys, I was just a teensy bit fed up of getting wet on the commute and looking at the ever-looming grey skies and wondering when the rain would it. Especially when it's supposed to be June. Today … Continue reading To Find The Truth | The Girl Who Thought Her Mother Was A Mermaid | A Review

Let’s Start A Revolution | Bookshop Girl | A Review

This month is seemingly turning into a middle-grade/YA reviews month, some light-hearted reads for the summer after a loooooooooong year at school, university work. Surely I'm not the only one that's a tinsy bit fed-up of reading large tomes of books? Today I'm reviewing Bookshop Girl by Chloe Coles. Read on more below. Blurb A … Continue reading Let’s Start A Revolution | Bookshop Girl | A Review

Leave Your Life at the Door | Embassy of the Dead | A Review

Happy June all! How are we half-way through 2019 already, I just don't get it! Today I'm reviewing a middle-grade read by Will Mabbitt, author of The Unlikely adventures of Mabel Jones and the new series, Embassy of the Dead, released last year. Blurb The first book in a spookily funny new series, where the … Continue reading Leave Your Life at the Door | Embassy of the Dead | A Review