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The Lines on Nana's Face is a thoughtful picture book from Simona Ciraolo. It celebrates Nanas in a most wonderful manner, as our little narrator has a lovely conversation with her own Nana. She learns so much when she asks her if she minds the lines on her face.

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The Lines on Nana's Face
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Perfect, a picture book created by Nicola Davies and Cathy Fisher, deals with a topic I haven't seen before in picture books - the reaction of an older sibling to the arrival of his little sister, who is disabled. Both Davies and Fisher have created a tender book which approaches the topic in a powerfully brilliant manner.

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Little Bits of Sky, from debut author S. E. Durrant, is a gem of a novel pulling you in from the very first lines, 'This is the story of a time when my life turned upside down. Not that it was the right way up before,' ... then doesn't let you go until you reach the end. And even then, it lingers on in the way that beautifully written books do. They stay with you. 

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Little Bits of Sky
The Journey from Francesca Sanna, is a thought provoking picture book covering the journey of a mother and her two children who are forced to move home, move country. 

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Rain, from Sam Usher, is the follow up to his much loved picture book Snow. Rain is a beautifully gentle narrative about Sam and his Grandpa as they wait for the rain to clear. 

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How Not To Be Weird is a gloriously humorous chapter book from Dawn McNiff. Aimed at the 7-10 category Woody has decided he is fed-up being weird. There's his name for a start, then the granny jumper his mum makes him wear ... then those packed lunches which are most definitely weird. It really is time to action, so Woody begins making his all important rules.

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How Not To Be Weird
I Love Mum with The Very Hungry Caterpillar from the truly wonderful Eric Carle, is an exquisite little book perfect for little listeners, and a great gift for Mother's Day.

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I Love Mum with The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Kathryn Evan's debut Young Adult novel is quite something. More of Me contains a brilliantly imaginative plotline told with precision and flair.

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More Of Me
The Many Worlds of Albie Bright, from UK author Christopher Edge, is an outstanding novel aimed at readers aged 8-12.

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The Many Worlds of Albie Bright
 'I was split in two. I was English but I wasn't. I was Cambodian but I wasn't. I was in this family but I wasn't really part of the family. And now my heart was hacked in half as well.'

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Dara Palmer's Major Drama
 
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