Family Life Fiction Children’s Books

Family Life Fiction Children's Books

With its absorbing narrative, it offers just the right mix of vivid characters whilst providing the ideal opportunity for dialogue with young readers on the issues of memory loss in our later years.

Children’s Animal Stories

Children's Animal Stories

Kathleen. W . Franks has managed to capture; the kind that transports its young reader into the realms of their own imagination, complete with secret tunnels, magical creatures and a good old baddie or two!
Right from the off the mystery begins as Franks firmly hooks her readers with strong relatable characters and a gripping plot, with the shape of the novel growing and shifting naturally from her protagonist’s very first experience at his new home.

Children’s Imagination & Play Fiction Reviews

Children's Imagination & Play Fiction Reviews

Complete with engaging and high-quality professional illustrations, this beautiful book invites children to use their imaginations, explore the world around them, and gain a better understanding of themselves and others.

Stories in Verse for Children

The thought and care which has evidently gone into the layout and presentation of this collection of poetry is evident as one aspect compliments the other making up a veritable treasure trove of adventure.

Fantasy & Magic for Children Book Reviews

Joining his other titles, ‘The Nicknocker’, penned by author and illustrator Tracy Sabin, is another engrossing tale of magical adventure. Written in a believable ‘boy-like’ fashion, The Nicknocker takes its young readers on a fantasy journey, where they meet other-worldly creatures, such as Kahlo, a shapeshifting Nicknocker, Tumblewort, the grumpy old oak, and Redcap, the bloodsucking dissident of the Elven world.

Children’s Early Learning Books

In another new adventure featuring Pippin the poodle, Julia Seaborn introduces her young audience to all things snow, with some fun facts about emu’s thrown in for good measure!

Literature & Fiction for Children

Literature & Fiction for Children

Through her two endearing protagonists, Timmy Turtle and Speedy Seagull, who-both affected by the pandemic but in different ways struggle to cope with its reality, Dr Marlene provides young ones and their carers with an opportunity to explore their own feelings in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, along with an understanding of its wide-reaching effects.

Sherlock Mendelson and the Missing Afikomen

‘Sherlock Mendelson and the missing Afikomen’ both promises and delivers an immersive and fascinating reading experience, impressively blending culture, religion and family ties in a beautifully and hilariously illustrated story.

Children’s Environment eBooks

Children's Environment eBooks

As part of a beautiful series, ‘Spencer the Spark’, written by Rana Boulos, is an adorably cute but scientifically accurate tale of nature. Featuring Spencer, along with Polly the Pinecone, the story tells the tale of wildfires from an anxiety-free perspective, making it accessible to the very young.

Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and lots and lots of Noodles.

Funny Illustrated Kids Books

Steven Joseph offers another bonkers tale in “Snoodles, kidoodles, poodles and lots and lots of noodles”. With bright busy illustrations and an equally hyperactive story, this little book is fun, fun, fun.