Author Archives: Eliza Little

About Eliza Little

The main poster on the site and the person who loves books the most! I am 10 years old and love all kinds of reading!

Murder Most Unladylike By Robin Stevens

Rating: *****

Age: 10+

This book is absolutely incredible: I have re-read it at least 3 times! I loved reading it and the suspense is always getting more and more and more creepy until it reveals the answer. Unfortunately for me, that was the point where I had to stop reading. Anyway, I extremely recommend you read this book, especially if you like detective and murder stories. This book is not for the faint-hearted however; there is death, crime & murder awaiting all the brave how try and read it.

Pinocchio By Carlo Collodi


Age: 10+

Poor little Pinocchio. Cursed when born into a wooden body. Will his beautiful fairy friend turn him into a boy? Or will his cruel trouble maker “friend” make him stay a puppet forever? Will he meet his wonderful father Geppetto again? This children’s classic is a great way to experience the incredibly well told story of the puppet boy Pinocchio. It was once known world wide and it deserves to be again although it can be quite confusing to read. Just a  hint!

Black Beauty By Anna Sewell

Rating: *****************

Age: 11+

This is definitely the best book I’ve ever read! This tale – set a long time ago – is so incredibly well told. Will this beautiful young colt get to live with the stable keepers of his dreams or will he be tossed the cheap taxi workers? Who knows? (Well I know but I don’t want to spoil it for the people who actually decide to read the book!) This book is the perfect way to array the variety of books that you read. And more importantly: it’s just perfect.

My Own Story By Eliza Little

Today I am going to be doing some thing a little different to what I do on books books and more usually. This time I’m doing my own story! I will post new parts and add them on to the other post. This is just to let you know that there are changes to the site! 🙂

Blood Fever By Charlie Higson

Rating: *****

Age: 11+

Wow! This is one of the best books I’ve ever read. It is jam-packed with really exciting action and drama. Danger seems to find young James Bond, no matter where he runs. Here he finds himself at a Roman temple faced by the threat of the Millernaria ,(If I’ve spelt that wrong, well oops: I don’t have the book right next to me.) Now he only has one chance to stop the evil organisation. What will he do? This is the second book in the series… I can’t get the first one. Oh well.

Ruby Redfort Pick Your Poison By Lauren Child


Rating: *****

Age: 10+

Ruby Redfort, adventure and friendship. Bozo. This book is so far the only Ruby Redfort book I’ve read. What do you think I’m going to do? Read on? Give up? Read on… I think.The book was really enjoyable but maybe a bit too old for me. Being nine, you can see from my age pointer it was just too complex, exotic and new to my style of reading.

Professor Astro Cat’s Fronteirs Of Space By Dominic Walliman & Ben Newman

Rating: *****

Age: ?

A great book circling many an age range, but amazingly illustrated and perfectly written all the same. An impressive guide to all you need to now about space, organised into magnificent sections, like “stars” and “moon facts’. I cannot express how much I enjoyed this wonder of a book, but I can say this: Please write another one.

Percy Jackson Series By Rick Riordan



Persues Jackson. Lover of the Myths. Child of Poseidon. I have written two posts so far on this series, this is a hub, a collection point, a meeting place for these posts.

James and the Giant Peach By Roald Dahl


Age: 7+

James gets tortured by his horrible aunts until oneday a mysterious man turned up, could this man change his live… But could he ruin it! A thrilling story with a complicated plot. Anyone can enjoy this magnificent tale of bugs, spiders and humans rejoicing against the enemy.