#loveozmg May :: The Year the Maps Changed :: Danielle Binks

Is it weird that I always find it the hardest to write the reviews of the books I love the most? I read Danielle Binks‘ debut middle-grade novel The Year the Maps Changed about a month ago, and I have had total reviewers’ block when it comes to writing up how I felt about it, […]

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#ausmgmay :: Aussie middlegrade May

Hello! Obviously my April blogging spree/reviewathon went well until it ended and then it was over! To be honest, I’m still having some trouble settling into a routine. Not in a dramatic, or sad, or very stressful way, just in a floaty, what happened to my day and also what day is it anyway kind […]

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Kidlit :: The Good Hawk :: Joseph Elliot

Middlegrade fantasy is my favourite thing to read at the moment. There are just so many great stories coming out in this category at the moment. One of the things I’m loving is the increasing amount of diversity I feel like we are seeing in stories for kids (or perhaps I’m paying more attention?). Joseph […]

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#loveozya :: Deep Water :: Sarah Epstein

March and April have been brilliant months for new releases this year (and there are still a few to come before April is done!). One of my most anticipated books for 20202 – Sarah Epstein’s Deep Water was released a week or so ago, and celebrated with an online launch last week. I managed to […]

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Kidlit :: E-BOY :: Anh Do

Anh Do must be one of Australia’s most prolific authors at the moment – I feel like he has something new out all the time. I haven’t read his lower primary books – like the WeirDo or Hot Dog series – but I have picked up some of his newer middlgrade/YA books – including his […]

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