New releases galore on the Children’s fiction front! There is a new Tom Gates adventure, catch up with Liz Pichon’s hero at your library. And what could be on the 78th storey of Andy and Terry’s treehouse? Any one else find this series a really good way to learn their 13 times tables?
1. Diary of a wimpy kid series, by Jeff Kinney
2. Tom Gates series, by Liz Pichon
3. Treehouse series, by Andy Griffiths
4. Dirty Bertie series, by Alan MacDonald
5. Dork Diaries, by Rachel Renée Russell
6. Where’s Wally? by Martin Handford
7. The Secret Seven series by Enid Blyton
8. The BFG, by Roald Dahl
9. Matilda, by Roald Dahl
10. The hidden oracle, by Rick Riordan
Save Rafe -Middle School;6, by James Patterson
“Middle schooler Rafe Khachadorian faces his greatest challenge yet as he struggles to complete a week-long wilderness survival course to prove to his school administrators that he can succeed”– Provided by publisher.
The Complete Adventures of Johnny Mutton by James Proimos
The many adventures of Johnny Mutton — Johnny Mutton, he’s so him! — Mutton soup — Extras, extras, read all about it! Presents a collection of humorous stories about Johnny Mutton, the young sheep raised as a regular boy.
Archie Greene and the Magician’s Secret by D. D Everest
Archie Greene has lived with his grandmother since he was a baby, but when a mysterious package arrives on his twelfth birthday with instructions to take it to a strange bookshop in Oxford, he finds himself involved with a secret society of people who protect the world’s magical books, and discovers that he has family he never knew about.
Emily’s Tiara Trouble – The Anti-Princess Club;1
Talented ten-year-olds Emily, Bella, Chloe and Grace are sick of teachers assuming they are helpless princesses. When maths whiz Emily Martin’s mother enters her in the local beauty pageant, it’s the last straw – the four friends form the Anti-Princess Club, with the motto We Don’t Need Rescuing. Can they use their awesome skills to show the world that girls want to be valued for more than what they see in the mirror?
Lily Alone by Jacqueline Wilson
Lily Alone is a very good book and catches your attention. I think you should all read it. It’s really exciting and enjoyable. 5 Stars.
Review by Rebecca of Kilbirnie
Dizzy by Cathy Cassidy
Do you feel like you are at the crossroads of your life? Come on an adventure with Dizzy and see how her life is turned upside down. 5 stars.
Review by Mary-Lynn of Newlands