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Reviews, suggestions and lists of new books for children aged 0-11. We have recommendations for readers aged 11+ in our Young Adult section.
A spooky Suffolk tale set during World War Two that will thrill and chill anyone who reads it.
Featuring Judith Kerr and Lauren Child.
“What kind of a girl steals the clothes from a dead man’s back and runs off to join the army? A desperate one. That’s who.”
"Visited by an unnamed narrator, the signalman spends his days stuck in a dark, dank railway cutting that rarely sees light…"
A wonderful tale of an American transgender girl who dreams of playing Charlotte the spider in a school production of Charlotte’s Web.
Halloween celebratory reads for little spooky skeletons.
Featuring Rob Biddulph, Nick Sharratt and Katherine Rundell.
National Coding Week launches 21 September. Here are some great books to teach children how to program.
Picture books and junior novels for starting or returning to playgroup and school.