Reviews: Books and Magazines


My Mummy is Magic


From the writer of Daddy is my Hero comes the new release, My Mummy is Magic. It weaves a tale of all the amazing things mummy can do.

“I think my mummy’s MAGIC – I notice every day . . .
That whenever MAGIC happens, Mummy’s never far away!”

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Teddy One-Eye


Teddy One-eye has a rough and tumble life. He is dragged around, chewed on, loses an eye and is often left outside at night. But his many patches show how much he is loved. Teddy One-Eye’s special powers lead him to some curious situations and exciting adventures . . .

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I Am Not A Worm!


What happens when a chameleon encounters a small wiggly creature and they engage in a conversation? In I Am Not A Worm! You will find out exactly what happens, and it’s hilarious!

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You can do it, Bert!

You can do it Bert review

Bert has been preparing for this for a long time. He is ready. Mentally and physically. But before he takes the plunge, he might need a bit of encouragement from his friends.

You can do it, Bert!

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Wolf is an easy to read dark thriller, by popular international best seller Mo Hayder.  This novel is the 7th in the Detective Jack Caffery series.

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I Am The Wolf… and Here I Come!


This book has been a popular title in France for some time, and has now been released in English. I can see why it’s a hit! 20 pages of thick board book fun, with a great ending, make for a wonderful read.

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Beautifully Brilliant Books

Beautifully Brillant Books

Beautifully Brilliant Books are a collection by Nicholas Rumble, who has long dreamed of writing and publishing books. The collection currently consists of 7 books, which are written by Rumble. Some are illustrated with Rumble’s own photography and others with the illustrations of others.

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The relatively new series of brightly-illustrated books on transport by Catherine Foreman is called ‘Machines and Me’. Trains is one title in this series, which also includes planes, boats and tractors.

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Line Up, Please!


Standing in line can be dull, but not when you mix tigers and frogs, sheep and skunks. But what could be worth waiting for…? From Japanese writer and illustrator Tomoko Ohmura, Line Up, Please is a new release from Gecko Press.

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Pom and Pim


Pom and Pim’s day is full of ups and downs, and luck both good and bad. Is eating a huge ice cream truly a good idea? Is it really bad luck that it’s raining? Or is it good luck…?

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