You Are Never Alone (review)

You Are Never Alone Written by Elin Kelsey, Illustrated by Sayeon Kim To be published 15 Apr 2019 by Owlkids Books ARC provided by NetGalley Description (NetGalley): From the creators of You Are Stardust and Wild Ideas comes a new picture book that explores how humans are inextricably connected to nature. This book draws examples from the clouds and…… Continue reading You Are Never Alone (review)

What is Poetry? (review)

What is Poetry? The Essential Guide to Reading and Writing PoemsWritten by Michael RosenCandlewick PressTo Be Published 08 Jan 2019ARC provided by NetGalley Description (NetGalley): For thousands of years, people have been writing poetry. But what is poetry? Award-winning wordsmith Michael Rosen has spent decades thinking about that question, and in this helpful guide he shares his…… Continue reading What is Poetry? (review)

Killer Style (review)

Killer Style by Serah-Marie McMahon and Alison Matthews David, illustrated by Gillian Wilson Owlkids Books To be published 15 April 2019 ARC provided by NetGalley Description (NetGalley): The clothes we wear every day keep us comfortable, protect us from the elements, and express our unique style—but could fashion also be fatal? As it turns out,…… Continue reading Killer Style (review)

Lost Railway Journeys from Around the World (review)

Lost Railway Journeys from Around the World by Anthony Lambert Quarto Publishing Group – While Lion Publishing Published 04 October 2018 ARC provided by NetGalley Synopsis (NetGalley): From the great cathedral-like railways stations of the steam age to obscure lines built through spectacular landscapes to open up countries before the advent of motorised road transport,…… Continue reading Lost Railway Journeys from Around the World (review)

A Voice for the Spirit Bears (review)

A Voice for the Spirit Bears Written by Carmen Oliver, Illustrated by Katy Dockrill Kids Can Press To be published 07 May 2019 ARC provided by NetGalley Synopsis (NetGalley): As a child, Simon Jackson found navigating the world of the school playground difficult. He felt most at home in the woodlands, learning about and photographing…… Continue reading A Voice for the Spirit Bears (review)