Diversity in Children's Books, Reviews

A Story Like The Wind by Gill Lewis (illustrated by Jo Weaver)

There is a boat. It isn't even really a boat - just a toy dinghy really.  And in that boat a group of refugees sit. It's cold. It's dark. It's frightening. The sea is rising. And there is a boy with a violin, who starts to tell them a story. I picked this book up… Continue reading A Story Like The Wind by Gill Lewis (illustrated by Jo Weaver)

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Review: Pax by Sarah Pennypacker

Pax is the timeless tale of a fox and his boy, of war and peace, of the things we keep and those we leave behind. War is coming to Peter's country, and he is evacuated to a town hundreds of miles from home to his grandfather's house. His father, who is going away to war,… Continue reading Review: Pax by Sarah Pennypacker

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Review: Malkin Moonlight by Emma Cox

Every journey begins with one paw step. Malkin Moonlight is the tale of an unwanted black cat who survives in spite of all of the odds to do great things for all of Cat-kind. He is given the gift of his name by the moon, and is told he has a destiny. On his adventures… Continue reading Review: Malkin Moonlight by Emma Cox

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Review: The Wolf Wilder by Katherine Rundell

In early 20th Century Russia, or so the story goes, wolves were popular pets - until, that is, they got too big and stopped being cute and playful. At this point the wolves were usually killed. Sometimes wolves were lucky, and sent into the woods, where someone brought them back to what they once were… Continue reading Review: The Wolf Wilder by Katherine Rundell