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Kerry Trickett reviews Corderoy and Lenton's second Shifty McGifty picture book - Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam, The Cat Burglar. You can enjoy her inaugural review for MBC here.  If you enjoyed Tracey Corderoy and Steven Lenton’s picture book, Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam, you’ll love The Cat Burglar. From crime to cakes to … heroes — this pair just get more loveable! 

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Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam, The Cat Burglar
Wolfish Stew is a cheekily funny picture book from Suzi Moore and Erica Salcedo. Told in brilliant rhyme it tells the tale of Grey (a rabbit) who must venture into the forest for berries. But. He must look out for Blue wolf.

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Wolfish Stew
Swashbuckle Lil: The Secret Pirate is an awesome little rhyming chapter book from Elli Woollard & Laura Ellen Anderson. Fabulous engaging rhyme & rhythm, captivating illustrations and short chapters make this one perfect for those ready for more detailed stories at bedtime. Plus. There are 2 great adventures tucked into this one book.

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Swashbuckle Lil: The Secret Pirate
Pig the Pug is a rollickingly great picture book from the reliably creative hands of Aaron Blabey. 

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Pig the Pug
Any picture book that manages to squeeze in the word 'nincompoop' has my attention. Isn't it such a great sounding word?! Mr Miniscule and the Whale is actually an old Polish children's classic, brought to life so more of us can enjoy it ...

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Mr Miniscule and the Whale
Looking for a compelling, gentle narrative to grab middle readers? Award winning Steven Herrick achieves that beautifully in Pookie Aleera, a story about every day children living in a country town. Pookie Aleera had us from the very beginning.

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Pookie Aleera Is Not My Boyfriend
There is a plethora of gorgeously talented authors who are writing novels in verse. I am taken aback by how effective this is in capturing true emotions, character and atmosphere. Think Toppling and Cinnamon Rain. The Weight of Water by Sarah Crossan, featuring a beautiful cover by Oliver Jeffers, is a truly beautiful story eloquently delivered in poignant verse. 

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The Weight of Water
This stunning début novel from Australian author Emma Cameron is perfect for the YA audience. Cinnamon Rain didn't take me long to read as I couldn't put it down! Intriguing, heartfelt and eloquently written, I loved it.

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Cinnamon Rain
A beautifully written book celebrating all that lurks beneath the sea with language and illustrations.

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In the Sea
Lyrical fun and absurdity abound in the pages of Bananas In My Ears. Every good book corner deserves a great poetry collection - far too many teenagers in particular have immediate, adverse reactions to the word 'poetry' - we can't help thinking that growing up surrounded by books such as this one, will highlight the pure fun and entertainment that this genre can provide.

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