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Book Review | Spikey By Tereza Anteneová

Hedgehogs, one of Britain’s favourite mammals. And even though they are cute what do most children and even parents alike actually know about them? Well, thanks to the children’s author Tereza Anteneová we can learn all about the wonderful hedgehog, what they eat, why they are at risk and of course, what we can do to help them. Numbers are declining fast and they are now on the vulnerable list we need to help as much as we can.

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Book Review | The Buried City A Tale of Two Time Zones by Judy Brulo

I’ve started to notice that as Mason gets older he’s enjoying books a lot more and will sit to read to himself for a little while. He still really enjoys discovering books with me and is happy for us to read together. Mason is definitely more open to giving anything a try and if he enjoys it then great but if not we know what to avoid. We were kindly sent a copy of Judy Brulo’s *The Buried City A Tale of Two Time Zones to review.

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Book Review | The Wing Thief By Samantha Atkins

I was kindly asked if I’d like to take part in my first ever blog tour. I was sent an e-copy of  *The Wing Thief by Samantha Atkins to read and review.

 

Today is my turn so I really hope you enjoy reading this post.

 

The Blurb:

Let me ask you a question. It’s a pretty straight forward question, but one that you shouldn’t rush to answer. Do you believe in magic?

Vista wanted two things: adventure and freedom. But nothing could prepare her for the fall that would change everything. In a single moment, Vista’s comfortable life in the Home Tree is over and she must find a way to survive in the forest alone. She soon learns that not everyone can be trusted and now she must race to save the family she left behind.

In a forest filled with magic and trickery, just how far can a flightless fairy go?

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Book Review | Mermaid Eclipse by N.E. Carlisle

I come from a family of readers and I will always encourage my boys to read. I try to read lots of different books with the boys so they can discover what they enjoy and I try not to keep to typically boys books, I mean who says books are for specific genders anyway??

Mason is definitely more open to give anything a try and if he enjoys it then great but if not we know what to avoid. We were kindly sent a copy of N.E. Carlisle’s *Mermaid Eclipse to review.