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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Book Review: History of the world in 100 modern objects -Middle class stuff and nonsense


History of the world in 100 modern objects -Middle class stuff and nonsense 

By Francesca Hornak


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Book Review: The Dinosaur That Pooped A Planet!

The Dinosaur That Pooped A Planet!

By Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter


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Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Book Review: Six Dinner Sid by Inga Moore

Six Dinner Sid 

By Inga Moore


Six Dinner Sid is the story of a greedy cat who lives at number One Aristotle Street where he has a very comfortable life, with a loving family, However Sid also happens to live at numbers Two, Three, Four, five and Six Aristotle Street. Sid loves his dinner so much that he has Six different dinners at Six different houses every evening as each neighbour thinks he belongs to them.

So when Sid develops a cough and has to visit the vet what will happen next? Will his cover be blown? and most importantly will he still get his Six dinners?

My boys aged 5 & 7yrs loved this story as it has a cheeky and mischievous theme that has them giggling. A particularly favourite part of the story is how Sid has to act differently with each “owner” he is a very good actor and has a very good memory to respond to Six different names!

The illustrations in the book are beautiful, colourful and depict the story well. The book is a lovely read and it is just the right length for an anytime of day. Whether you have a cat living in your family or not this book will appeal to adults and children alike. 

Written by Jennine at @sugarmousemama

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Book Review: Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn

Sharp Objects 

By Gillian Flynn


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