Pug and Lady Miranda are back, and this time they are enjoying a lovely, peaceful seaside holiday… apart from a beach ball to the head, some missing treasure, being taken prisoner and some mean bullies. No wonder Pug is always a little afraid! Will Pug have to walk the plank, or will he save the day?
With its lively illustrations and sweet friendship, this madcap adventure will have you giggling at Pug and Lady Miranda’s escapades. Perfect for readers gaining confidence.
Slightly belated post here but I really wanted to get my top ten books on my TBR list for autumn up!
Mango & Bambang: The Not A Pig (Polly Faber, illustrated by Clara Vulliamy, Walker Books) – I haven’t read any of the books in the Mango and Bambang series yet, partly as they’re slightly younger than the normal age range I read, but Walker were kind enough to send me the first along with the recently released third book Tiny Tapir Trouble. A quick flick through shows just how gorgeous Clara Vulliamy’s illustrations of little girl Mango and Asian tapir Bambang are, so this charming collaboration has hit my must read list. (And yes, it IS probably pushing it a little to include it here given that target age range, but I can’t resist illustrations this cute!)
There May Be A Castle (Piers Torday, Quercus Children’s Books) – I’m saving the new Piers Torday for a little closer to Christmas, but it sounds fantastic! The story of Mouse, involved in a car crash on Christmas Eve and thrown from th...
The Glass Sentence by S.E.Grove
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