Buried Under Books

Category: Childrens

REVIEW: ‘Out for Revenge’ by Tony Bassett

Local drug dealer found dead – very dead. Death is surely an occupational hazard for drug dealers, especially those who are actively engaged in turf warfare, but when Tadeusz Filipowski’s body is examined, it becomes clear that more than one person really wanted him dead. It’s up to Heart of England police detective sergeant Sunita Roy […]

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Children’s Corner: ‘What Noise Does a Rabbit Make?’

It’s been a very long time since my last children’s book review, but all three children are still avid readers and huge fans of our local library. A firm library favourite at the moment is the delightful picture book, ‘What Noise Does a Rabbit Make? The Book: ‘What Noise Does a Rabbit Make?’ The author: […]

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Children’s Corner: ‘Jumblebum The Monster Who Loves Mess’

Our local library have a fabulous selection of children’s book and my little ones love to browse. They will happily spend all afternoon there, handing me book after book to read. ‘Jumblebum’ is one of our current favourites. Well, Hannah and Marcus’ favourite. Jessica finds the monster a little scary… The Book: ‘Jumblebum, the monster […]

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Children’s Corner: ‘Norman, the Slug with the Silly Shell’

Our local coffee shop have a small selection of children’s books as part of their wider book offer. I LOVE visiting places that offer books to read / book swaps, and my little readers love it, too. Yesterday afternoon we popped in for a quick coffee and healthy popcorn snack* and my little people were […]

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