Friends is an absolutely beautiful story about the value of having good friendships!
The illustrations are stunning and to be honest we couldhappily of looked at them all day!
This is a fantastically written book that follows an unlikely friendship between a cat & fish. The cat is sad that his friend is stuck in a tank and can’t see the wonders of our beautiful world like he can. So he comes up with a bright idea, that enables him to bring his friend along with him on his adventures.
We learnt a lot by reading Friends – friendships should be valued, how hard it is to find a really good friend and also about doing all you can to help your friends out even if the outcome might hurt you a little.… Read more >>>
“If you hang around with dead people, life can deliver a whole world of trouble.””
Take it from Charley Davidson, part-time P.I. and full-time Grim Reaper.The deceased find her very sparkly. Demons find her irresistible. And one entity in particular wants to seduce her in every way possible…
When Charley and Cookie, her best friend slash receptionist, have to track down a missing woman, the case is not quite as open and shut as they anticipate. Meanwhile, Reyes Alexander Farrow (otherwise known as the Son of Satan. Yes. Literally.) has left his corporeal body because he’s being tortured by demons who want to lure Charley closer.… Read more >>>
Yay! We loved Boo Boo Baby and the Giraffe! It is such a great adventure story for children of all ages – but my 20 week old simply adores it!
I think it’s the super bold and bright illustrations that manages to capture and hold his attention! We actually read this book so much that he smiles and coos away when the animals running noises are being read aloud!
This tale is about a sleepy baby who goes on a wild adventure with some animal friends. He rides along with them having tons of fun and ends up back in bed fast asleep!… Read more >>>
A riveting and poignant novel of one woman’s journey to Bali in search of love, renewal, and a place to call home – perfect for readers of Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love and Alex Garland’s The Beach.
It starts as a trip to paradise. Sent on assignment to Bali, Jamie, an adventure guide, imagines spending weeks exploring the island’s lush jungles and pristine white sand beaches. Yet three days after her arrival, she is caught in Bali’s infamous nightclub bombings, which irreparably change her life and leave her with many unanswered questions.
One year later, haunted by memories, Jamie returns to Bali seeking a sense of closure.
Hello and welcome to my Showcase Sunday, which is a weekly meme hosted by Vicky over at Books, Biscuits and Tea. In my Showcase Sunday post I will ‘Showcase’ the books I received throughout the week(s). Feel free to leave me your links to your posts and I will try to check them out.
Another slow book week for me – YAY! Not that I’m managing to bring my review pile down but at least I’m not adding to it (too much)!
Aw, this is quite possibly the sweetest little book ever!!
We simply adored the super cute illustrations – they are bold, bright and very exciting indeed!
This is such a happy book that goes through all the things a little girl loves! It just shows that kiddies really do love the simple things in life, plus who doesn’t want to hear an “I love you” every once in a while?!
Another big plus about this book is the way it rhymes and flows so beautifully. The length is perfect for twitchy little people and I can promise that they will entranced with the illustrations and will be smiling at the funny little snippets throughout.… Read more >>>
A passionate love. A brutal betrayal. Unwavering hope.
In a town where most people worry about what to be seen in and who to be seen with, Emma Thomas would rather not be seen at all. She’s more concerned with feigning perfection, pulling down her sleeves to conceal the bruises. Emma doesn’t want anyone to know how far from perfect her life truly is.
When Emma unexpectedly finds love, it challenges her to recognize her own worth – but at the risk of revealing the terrible secret she’s desperate to hide.
Paperback, 524 pages
Published January 17th 2013 by Razorbill (first published May 9th 2011)
It’s hard to know where to start with Reason to Breathe, I have such mixed feelings about this book!… Read more >>>
Skylla only knows that she has been kidnapped and held prisoner by the foreign invaders and their human allies. And that the world is ending. Or so the humans think. The invaders have made it clear that their arrival is one of hostile intent, and as their takeover spreads, so does the panic across the globe. No one knows how to defeat them, or if it’s even sane to try.
“The shadowy cathedral of the day with it’s pillar-like tree trunks towering overhead became a vast underground vault, pitch-black except for where the breaks in the leafy canopy let in the fitful silver moonlight.… Read more >>>
Marissa Meyer is going to the UK for her very first signing – YAY!! On the 26th March 2013 at 6pm, Marissa will be at Waterstones Bromley!Unfortunately I live in Northern Ireland, so I can’t go, but I hope if you are in the area that you will go and meet Marissa!
Marissa has very kindly written up a mini guest post about her most anticapited reads – which are reads I can’t wait for either. There is also a swag pack up for grabs for one lucky person, it is open internationally!