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Murder Most Unladylike

Published April 16, 2018 by Jaia

“Murder Most Unladylike”, by Robin Stevens, is one of my favourite books to date, as it has many different views and little puzzles for you to solve here and there.  It is based in the 1920s and 1930s, and follows 2 best friends as they discover their hated science teacher dead in the gym hall.

It is amazing and with the 6 book long series and a much-anticipated activity book, this can easily be the next best read for you. Enjoy!!!     

Running on the Roof of the World

Published March 22, 2018 by Narisse

“Running on the Roof of the World” by Jess Butterworth

“Running on the Roof of the World” is a thrilling read.  Follow Tash and Sam as they hurry to find Tash’s parents who have been taken by the soldiers.  They journey across the Himalayan mountains to rescue them but will they reach them in time? And will the Dalai Lama help them?

I would thoroughly recommend this book to fans of adventure and mystery.

Oh and did I mention, they have a pet yak!  




Edge of Extinction by Laura Martin

Published May 23, 2017 by Ilovebooks123

Edge of Extinction is a book that is full of adventure and excitement. It demonstrates Resilience, Empathy, Creativity, Initiative, Positivity and Excellence- all of the RECIPE values.

In this story, Dinosaurs have been brought back from extinction, but have managed to take over the world and driven the only humans underground, or have they? Sky Mundy is determined to find out about her father,who escaped, even after several failed attempts. She and her friend Shawn escape the Noah’s reign and set off topside to find him. They meet helpful friends on the journey and learn how to live topside, but will Sky find her father, or will the Noah get there first?…

I personally really enjoyed this book because it was detailed and adventurous. If you want to find out what happened at the end, be sure to read the sequel-out on Amazon now!

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Published February 20, 2017 by pinknabster

“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” is written by J.K Rowling.  I think it is full of amazing adjectives and great story plots.  No part of the story was ever boring and I was always on the edge of my seat.





The story is about a man who was blamed for murdering hundreds of people.  It Is up to Harry and his friends to discover the truth and put things right…


I rate this book 5/5 because J.K Rowling’s ideas were original and creative.  It didn’t need any illustrations because it was so descriptive.   I really recommend this book to other readers and I wouldn’t change anything.

I hope this has inspired you to read this book too.


Thanks for reading my blog post and remember to keep reading!


“A Pocket Full of Murder” by R J Anderson

Published January 30, 2017 by MMBooklover


The book, ‘A Pocket Full of Murder’, is an adventure story involving a world of magic.  There has been a murder in the spell powered city of Tarreton.  Isaveth, the Moshite daughter of Urias Breck,  along with the adventure-loving street boy, Quiz, are working together, to prove her father’s innocence.  Urias Breck is who everyone (except Isaveth, her sisters and Quiz) think is the murderer of one of the nobles of Tarreton.

What do you think will happen next, will Urias be proven guilty or innocent?



Would the REAL Stanley Carrot please stand up?

Published January 4, 2017 by pinknabster

This funny, sad and adventurous book by Rob Stevens takes you through Stanely Carrot’s life: will he ever find his real mother?…

At the start, I found it quite boring, but don’t worry, keep on reading, as it will be really exciting deeper into the book. This book is about an adopted boy called Stanley Harris, who has turned thirteen and has started to wonder about his birth mother and where he came from. One day he gets a birthday card from her, asking to meet up with him.  Stanley really didn’t know what to do, so he  hired another boy, who was totally the opposite of Stanley, to do it for him.  He hoped it would just be a one off thing, meeting up and having some lunch, right?…

I rate this book 4/5 because Rob Stevens could have been a little more exciting at the start and added a  bit more at the end. It was a great book and I recommend you to read it, too! Keep reading!…


‘Opal Moonbaby and the Best Friend Project’ by Maudie Smith

Published November 2, 2016 by pinknabster

and-the-best-friend-project_21    “Opal Moonbaby” is magical, hilarious and strange, all packed into one book!  The story is about a girl called Martha who promises herself that she won’t make friends or trust anyone, after her best friend went off with a snooty show off.  Then one day, Martha and her brother Robbie were playing in the park and an alien called Opal landed, on a mission.  Opal needed someone’s help and Robbie wanted to be friends right away, but Martha wasn’t sure.  After she couldn’t trust any one any more, will she trust Opal ?…

The author, Maudie Smith, really painted a picture in my head of the setting and the characters.  It was even easier with Tony Ross’ dazzling illustrations.  It was even nicer to know that the author visited our school, Nottingham Girls High School.  I recommend the book for ages 8-11.

I rate this book 5/5 because it is authentic, has description, amazing illustrations and is definitely hilarious.  Thank you for reading my review  and I hope I have inspired you to read this book.  If you have read the book, please leave a comment below on how amazing you thought is was!  Keep reading!


“Sky Wolves” by Livi Michaels

Published October 11, 2016 by Booklover999

“Sky Wolves” is a fantastic book that leads six dogs and a boy on a journey and all of them did things they would of never dreamed of doing.  As well as this, they all discover something about themselves and some even about those whom they love.

I would recommend this book to anyone between the ages of 9 and thirteen or those who enjoy the “Warrior Cat” series.

I hope you enjoyed my review!        n2532492

Our First Group Choice This Year!

Published October 4, 2016 by Cupcake Cure

“The Jaguar Trials” is written by Ruth Eastham.  I thought this was a fascinating book. When I first started reading it, I thought it was boring, as all the characters weren’t doing much because they were just on a boat, but when I read to the middle of the book and further on, I was totally engrossed.  I had a great desire for the book and I kept reading it every day eagerly.  I was stunned by how the author wrote the story, as Ruth Eastham described all the locations in the book and I was able to picture every event in my head.

I personally love suspense books and “The Jaguar Trials” is a suspense book, as it has got a lot of mysterious events.  The story line is about Ben, the main character, searching for his father, with the help of Raphael and Yara, in their journey through the jungle.  The three friends join up with Professor Erskine to search together for the lost City of Gold, as well as Ben’s father, but they discover that finding the truth can be dangerous!

I would rate this awesome book 5/5 because as you can all see, I couldn’t  stop reading.  I learnt that you should never give up in life, even if there are dangers lying around.  I also learnt that friends should be trustworthy and stick together through good and bad times.  I would recommend this book to anyone  and I am hoping to read more of Ruth Eastham’s books.

Thank you all for reading my blog and I hope you enjoyed it.

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Book Review: Little Stars

Published September 26, 2016 by Acro_Panda


Little Stars” is a fascinating book written by Jacqueline Wilson.  It is part of a series which starts from “Hetty Feather” and explains the story of her life as she becomes famous at the music hall with her sister, Diamond.  Diamond is a young, child acrobat and participates in their act called ‘The Little Stars’.  Hetty encourages her to perform well, however sometimes Bertie, (Hetty’s sweetheart) is adored by Diamond. When they are banned from the music hall, they are forced to leave Bertie and their new friends.  However, they join an acting company which inspires them to perform with more confidence.

Meanwhile, Bertie leaves the music hall to join Hetty and Diamond, not knowing what has happened.  A dear friend from the last book comes to visit, although she has to bring bad news.  Will they live a normal life after this?  I would rate this book 10 out of 10 because of its tension and excitement during the book. I would recommend this to someone who has read all 4 books, because it will be easier to understand.  The first book in the series is “Hetty Feather”, then “Diamond”, (a story from her point of view). And then “Sapphire Battersea”, Hetty’s real name. Second to last is “Emerald Star”, (Hetty’s show name). And then one of the best books, “Little Stars!”