Book Review: Once Upon a Mermaid’s Tail by Beatrice Blue

Set to be released on 13th April, Once Upon a Mermaid’s Tail by Beatrice Blue follows Theodore who has a little boat and a big passion: collecting fish. He loves nothing better than discovering a new fish. But one day, he finds something he’s never seen before: a tiny creature in a beautiful shell. Ignoring the voice that tells him to leave her alone, he takes her home. But in a tank, she gets weaker and weaker. Can Theodore learn that the creature belongs in the ocean, before it’s too late?

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Book Review: The Dodos Did It! by Alice McKinley

Set to be released on 29th April, The Dodos Did It! by Alice McKinley is a funny children’s story that follows Jack who doesn’t just like dodos, he LOVES them. So when his dearest wish for a pet dodo comes true, surely Jack will be the happiest he’s ever been, EVER. Unless, of course, Jack wishes for more and more dodos. But when his new pets begin to cause complete chaos and no one believes that the dodos did it (because dodos don’t exist), everyone blames Jack for everything.

Maybe it’s time for Jack to think about wishing for something completely different…

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Book Review: Ig Pig and Og Frog! by Sophie Burrows

Set to be released on 1st April 2021, Ig Pig and Og Frog! by Sophie Burrows follows two best friends. They do EVERYTHING together, just the two of them, including playing in a super cool, crazy loud, totally rocking rock band! Until Og meets SOMEONE ELSE! And Ig starts feeling VERY left out. Find out how Ig deals with jealousy in this sparkling debut about friendship.

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Book Review: Beyond the Setting Sun by Sarah J. Dodd and Cee Biscoe (Illustrator)

Set to be published on 23rd July, Beyond the Setting Sun is written by Sarah J. Dodd and illustrated by Cee Biscoe. Set in the African Savannah, the waterholes have dried up and there has not been enough to drink for some of the animals. Ekundayo, a young elephant, struggles to understand the loss of his mother, but the support of his family help and guide him through.

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