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Other Brother is a compelling novel from acclaimed author Simon French. Dealing with issues of friendship, fitting in and acceptance it has much to offer.

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Other Brother
‘I feel nothing inside, just a big, empty hole - and I hope it stays like that because the idea of feeling anything is unbearable.’ Tough themes have been a recurring themes in many novels during the past 18 months in particular. Think The Fault In Our Stars by John Green (soon to be turned into a film) and A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness - with honesty, directness and respect for their readers they delve into death, tackling it head on.

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Dandelion Clocks
Rooftoppers is a wonderful novel from Katherine Rundell, her lyrical voice brings to life intriguing characters, and a hypnotic world …. accompanied by a fabulous opening line;

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Rooftoppers
Waffle Hearts is the debut novel from Norwegian writer Maria Parr. It’s one of those delicious novels that you’ll want to read again and again. Parr’s writing is as comforting, warm and wholesome as the waffles of her title! Ooo too much? But, it is fab ... here's why ...

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Waffle Hearts
The Gangsta Granny from talented author David Walliams has a energising blend of engaging plots and Walliam's Dahl-esq ability to capture unique and interesting characters.

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Gangsta Granny
Enter here, for your chance to win one of two copies of Maia and What Matters, open to residents of UK, New Zealand AND Australia!! Maia and What Matters is a touching, elegant story from the pen of Tine Mortier. Accompanied by the elegant illustrations of Kaatje Vermeire it explores the relationship between Maia and her Grandma.

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Maia and What Matters
Take a look at that front cover! I know, it’s fabulous isn’t it?! The vibrancy continues through out with bold splashes of colour and energy as we follow Penda in a picture book that is sure to brighten up your day in more ways than one.

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Don't Spill the Milk!
The Paper Dolls is a beautiful picture book from the pen of Julia Donaldson. Did you make paper dolls when you were younger? I seem to remember there was a bit of a knack to ensuring they were still holding hands when you unfolded them. Or was that just me?!

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The Paper Dolls
Guest Review from author Betty Herbert. Betty Herbert is an author and blogger. Her latest blog is called Discernent, a beautiful collection of pages dedicated to 'wringing the fullest pleasure out of life'.   When I heard Betty praising this little gem so highly, I just had to ask her to guest post for My Book Corner.   So, so chuffed she said yes!

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P Comme Papa
The first stand out feature of this adorable picture book is that it looks at the arrival of a new baby from the father’s point of view. A refreshing and welcome perspective from the talented Margaret Wild.

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On The Day You Were Born
 
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