Blog Tour :: THE SILVER ARROW :: Lev Grossman

I’m absolutely delighted today to be a part of the blog/bookstagram tour that the team at Bloomsbury Press are running for Lev Grossman‘s brand new middlegrade fantasy book The Silver Arrow, which came out at the start of the month. For my stop on the tour I’m sharing a peek inside the book at one […]

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KIDLIT :: The Pony Question :: Jackie Merchant

I’m pretty sure I’m already on record here somewhere talking about how much I love a pony story – in fact I read a bunch of horsey middlegrade last year (and raved about them here), including Jackie Merchant’s first book – The Promise Horse. I ADORED The Promise Horse and was thrilled to see Jackie […]

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Kidlit :: The Strangeworlds Travel Agency :: L.D. Lapinski

I read The Strangeworlds Travel Agency a little while ago now, but haven’t quite got to the reviewing because this was one of those books I enjoy so much that the idea of writing a review is a bit intimidating (why am I like this? haha). I’m a portal magic fan from way back (hello […]

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Review (kidlit) :: Who Am I? :: Anita Heiss

Anitia Heiss’s Who Am I? is a middlegrade historical fiction novel set in Sydney in 1937, and is the fictional a diary of Mary Talence, a member of the Stolen Generation. It was originally published in 2001, and has been re-released as part of reconciliation week this year. I read this in one sitting last […]

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#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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