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The Weasel Puffin Unicorn Baboon Pig Lobster Race

This is the most zaniest picture book, you'll love it!

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Waffle Hearts

The debut novel from Norwegian writer Maria Parr. It’s one of those delicious novels that you’ll want to read again and again.

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Paul Jennings - Encouraging Children to Read

Wow, have we got a treat for you! Nurturing buzzing, life long readers is a big responsibility. Some children take to it like a duck to water, others, well a little more creativity is required.

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Diary of a Rugby Champ

Diary of a Rugby Champ from Shamini Flint is the latest in the 'Diary' series. Utiliszing the ever popular, cartoon / dairy format Flint has ensured her books are perfect for emerging readers.

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Peggy

Just recently we reviewed Anna Walker's Today We Have No Plans. Two Anna Walker books in one month? This really is a great month for new children's literature!

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Jennifer Killick - Author Interview

Jennifer Killick - Author Interview

A warm welcome to Jennifer Killick, author of the wonderfully funny middle grade novel, Alex Sparrow and The Really Big Stink.

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Lucy Rowland - Interview

Lucy Rowland - Interview

Huge welcome to Lucy Rowland, picture book author (Gecko's Echo) to My Book Corner 

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Sarah Mussi - Author Interview

Sarah Mussi - Author Interview

Huge welcome to YA author Sarah Mussi, who's latest YA novel Room Empty is released in April 2017. 

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Chris Naylor-Ballesteros - Author Interview

Chris Naylor-Ballesteros - Author Interview

Huge welcome to Chris Naylor-Ballesteros, author and illustrator of the brilliantly funny picture book, I'm Going To Eat This Ant. In his My Book Corner interview Chris shares some writing tips, including how his current book came to be...

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Claire Fayers - Author Interview

Claire Fayers - Author Interview

Claire Fayers is the author of The Accidental Pirate series, a swashbuckling MG adventure series with a sprinkling of magic, and a great sense of humour.

Today Claire has put down her cutlass to answer My Book Corner's questions...

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Sarah Rubin - Author Interview

Sarah Rubin - Author Interview

My Book Corner is delighted to welcome Sarah Rubin, MG author, to answer our questions...

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Top Tips For Researching A Novel by Annalie “A. J.” Grainger

Top Tips For Researching A Novel by Annalie “A. J.” Grainger

My Book Corner is absolutely delighted to welcome author Annalie "A. J." Grainger (Captive), as part of the YA Shot Blog tour 2016. She shares her Top Tips for Researching a Novel, plus a brilliant insight to her next novel - In Your Light

YA Shot is an author-run, author-led Young Adult and Middle Grade festival that raises the money and resources to run a year-long programme. In addition, during 2016 a festival will take place on Saturday 22nd October 2016, with around 70 authors - full details can be found here.

 

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Five Habits of Highly Ineffective Authors by Caleb Krisp

Five Habits of Highly Ineffective Authors by Caleb Krisp

Ever wanted to be a totally ineffective author?

Ever wondered what makes a truly ineffective author, well, ineffective?

Look no further, Caleb Krisp - highly effective author of Anyone But Ivy Pocket, and Somebody Stop Ivy Pocket, is here to answers your questions in this not to be missed post ... 

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The Inbetween Years - A Reading List

The Inbetween Years - A Reading List

The in-between years. You know the ones ... they've grown out of Enid Blyton (but still love to sneak in to them every now and again!), but aren't quite mature enough for all the delights that YA literature has to offer.

What books should they head for?

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