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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 Many Worlds of Albie Bright by Christopher Edge

In honour of STEM day in the US, today's review is of a book that got all of my Year 4 Reading Gladiators talking about the finer points of Quantum Mechanics. That's right - today's review is of The Many Worlds of Albie Bright. 11 year-old Albie's parents are both scientists for CERN, working on… Continue reading Review: The Many Worlds of Albie Bright by Christopher Edge

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Review: Word of Mouse by Chris Grabenstein and James Patterson

Isaiah is a very special mouse. Born in a research laboratory as one of 97 small yet exceptional mice, he escapes in an incredibly dramatic opening sequence. Once out in the scary, wild world of the suburban US, it becomes clear that his bright blue fur isn't the only thing different about him - he… Continue reading Review: Word of Mouse by Chris Grabenstein and James Patterson

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Review: The Thing about Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin

"Maybe if we can stop being so afraid, we can remember that all of the creatures on this earth are made of stardust. And we're the only ones who get to know it." When Suzy's best (and only) friend Franny drowns,  Suzy stops speaking. On a school trip to the aquarium she discovers the rare… Continue reading Review: The Thing about Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin