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A fantastic resource for children who are curious about veganism and vegetarianism – Mutually Inclusive

The Neighborhood Surprise really captures the warmth of a closely knit community Buy The Neighbourhood Surprise Check out this brilliant review of The Neighbourhood Surprise from Devyn over on their Instagram account mutually.inclusive Have a look!   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Devyn (@mutually.inclusive) Watch the trailer for The Neighbourhood Surprise Watch an interview with Sarah van Dongen in her inspirational studio! Read a blog: The Neighborhood Surprise is now available in the US! Read a review:…

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Heartfelt words can make us bloom – Red Reading Hub

Positivity is key! Buy Bloom We’re so delighted with the wonderful review of Bloom from Jill Bennett at Red Reading Hub! Read her thoughts below.   Beneath the window of a large house grows a beautiful flower and every morning as they walk to school with their mum, a brother and sister stop briefly by the flower. The little girl would go up close to savour its beauty with her eyes and nose and address…

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Felix embraces the world, and the world embraces him – Anastasia Suen

Felix wakes up uplifted, free and with a heart full of joy! Buy Felix After the Rain We’re delighted with this great review of Felix After the Rain from author and #kidlit blogger Anastasia Suen! A young man called Felix hides all of his sorrow inside a large black suitcase that he carries with him wherever he goes. One day, a small boy opens the suitcase whilst Felix is sleeping. Felix wakes and the tears…

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The Secret of the Tattered Shoes has a supreme and surprising twist!

A fairy tale for a new generation – MinervaReads Buy The Secret of the Tattered Shoes We love this lovely review of The Secret of the Tattered Shoes from MinervaReads! Read it below.   A completely different take on the traditional fairy tale of The Twelve Dancing Princesses is illustrated with great intricacy in this slightly melancholic version. Morris plays with themes of love and redemption in her poetic retelling, her soldier ‘a hollow shadow of a…

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It’s hard not to judge a picture book by its cover! – BookBairn

Children consume the pictures in books first! Buy Bloom  Check out what BookBairn has to say about not judging a book like Bloom by its cover… View this post on Instagram We’ve been sent some truly wonderful book of late! They say not to judge a book by its cover but let’s be honest I do that all the time. Because picture books are as much about the pictures as they are about the story…

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