Books in this section are often read and commented on by someone in the age group they are intended for. Obviously books for young children are written about by their parents! The reviews represent their personal opinions only.
Created by Adam & Lisa Murphy, Corpse Talk: Ground-Breaking Explorers, is the latest in an instalment in an award-winning graphic novel series.
HarperCollins Children's Books publish some great authors and here are three that would be a welcome addition to Christmas stockings for middle grade readers, reviewed by Anne Coates.
Books make great stocking-fillers and presents and these two – Einstein the Penguin and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Big Shot – will delight young readers, writes Anne Coates.
A round-up of perfect picture books for Christmas from HarperCollins Children's Books by Anne Coates.
Linda Hill reviews Nature's Treasures by Ben Hoare and illustrated by Kaley McKean – a perfect guide for young readers to the wonders of the natural world.
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Historic Newspapers present football history told through Newspaper Headlines – the perfect present for the enthusiast and there are 61 teams to choose from, writes Anne Coates.
Everything Under The Sun – collection of 366 questions asked by children from around the world, based on Molly Oldfield’s award-winning podcast, reviewed by Tina Hampson.
To celebrate Black History Month we're recommend two excellent books, Marcus Rashford's You are a Champion and Kamala Harris: Rooted in Justice by Nikki Grimes, which also make great Christmas presents, writes Anne Coates.
Second book in the Fairy Tales for the Fearless series, Cindergorilla by Gareth P. Jones is illustrated by Loretta Schauer. Anne Coates reviews.
In Loving Memory: A Child’s Journey to Understanding a Cremation Funeral and Starting the Grieving Process by Lacie Brueckner and Katherine Pendergast, reviewed by Linda Hill.
Two young people from the same town but from different times meet and find they need to do everything they can to change the course of the future. A gripping tale of time-travelling that is a perfect middle grade read, writes Anne Coates.