Mini Book Reviews – January 2018

Here are some Mini Reviews of books that I have read this month.

I would like to thank NetGalley and Quarto Publishing Group for a copy of the ebooks in return for an honest and unbiased review.

The Clue Is In The Poop by Andy Seeds

cover152887-mediumMy Rating: 💙💙💙💙

Format: Digital Review Copy (Ebook)

Publisher: Quarto Publishing Group, QEB

Genre: Children’s Non-Fiction

My Review:

A very interesting and funny guide book about different animals and their poo. I found the illustrations in this book very funny yet very appropriate. This book is aimed towards 5 to 11 year olds, but I recommend it for the upper end of this age group as I read this book with my niece and nephew (5 & 6) and according to their mum all they talked about was poo after we had read this book.  I also liked how it shows how to recognise some animals by looking at foot prints. Overall I highly recommend it.


Shhh! by Barroux

cover153516-medium.pngMy Rating: 💙💙💙💙💙

Format: Digital Review Copy (Ebook)

Publisher: Quarto Publishing Group – Word & Pictures

Genre: Children’s Fiction

My Review: A really cute simple book. Perfect for bed times for the little ones. It has been written using simple sentences that make it easy for little ones to understand and follow and there are also pages with just pictures on them so you can also make up the story as you go. I loved the illustrations in this book they are just so cute and adorable.

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