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Middle-grade

TOM’S MIDNIGHT GARDEN

I first read this book when I was a child. Or perhaps it was just that I watched the BBC drama and later fancied that I read it. I have certainly read it again within the last ten years so I don’t know... Continue Reading →

MOCKINGBIRD

MOCKINGBIRD by Kathryn Erskine is a story about Caitlyn, a girl with Aspergers who has just suffered the loss her brother. This story delivers an awesome protagonist, especially for Autistic Spectrum readers. It's my first library read in a while and I'm feeling very warm... Continue Reading →

WE ARE GIANTS

I'm feeling ashamed. This is another ACE book that has been in a pile for literally months. Months!! I think actually I will blame Book Biscuit for this because he’s RUBBISH at being organised. Yes, it's all HIS fault. Anyway, we really loved the look of WE ARE GIANTS... Continue Reading →

CLOVER MOON

We really like Jacqueline Wilson's books in our house; we like the grit and the determination and the good endings. And Book Biscuit is a sucker for the lovely, decorative names of the characters in these Victorian-set books too. Clover... Continue Reading →

George

In George, Alex Gino tells a sensitive and enlightening story about how it feels to be a transgender* child. Book Biscuit and I LOVE everything about this amazing book! From the pure white cover with ping-y kaleidoscopic letters to the... Continue Reading →

Cogheart

Book Biscuit and I were feeling SO bored with things like avoiding tidying our rooms and washing our breakfast bowls and then—BOOM!!—we found a proof copy of Cogheart by Peter Bunzl in our READ ME pile! From that moment on, our... Continue Reading →

The Boy in the Dress

Book Biscuit and I think The Boy in the Dress is AWESOME so we had to bring it along with us on our exciting new bloggy, biscuity, adventure! We also know for a fact, that this sort of story is... Continue Reading →

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