Queenie By Jacqueline Wilson

Rating:****

Age: 8+

Okay look I know I have done way to many Jacqueline Wilson books but I am low on books so I have been doing a LOT of easy rereading (for example my normal books are 9, 10 , or 11+)   the problem is I have written most of these up before. Not this one! I really enjoyed this touching story about how the main character loses her nan to an illness has to stay with her mum then ends up with the same illness in her bones and after a long hospital rest (and many visits from the beautiful hospital cat “Queenie” and once the real Queen) she finally gets better. This story is really touching and moving

Ps sorry for the long review today!

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

Rating:*****

Age:9+

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.

http://www.booksbooksandmore.co.uk/2015/12/percy-jackson-and-the-lightning-thief-by-rick-riordan/

http://www.booksbooksandmore.co.uk/2015/12/percy-jackson-and-the-sea-monsters-by-rick-riordan/

James and the Giant Peach By Roald Dahl

Rating:****

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.

Percy Jackson And The Sea Monsters By Rick Riordan

Rating:*****

Age:9+

Percy Jackson, book 2! After posting about the first, I couldn’t resist the second.  With Grover the goat-man in trouble, Percy embarks for the second time on a life risking journey, this time with his brother, Tyson The Cyclops. Annabeth and Clarisse, arch enemies, compete to rescue of Grover, tying in a way they thought impossible. Working together. A brave tale of friendship and foe, uniting the gods in their many disagreements.

Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief By Rick Riordan

Rating:*****

Age:9+

Percy Jackson, book 1. Will this book enhance the public or will it be a failure to man kind? You only know when you read it, and I read it all right! Cover to cover, inside out, that book was good!  Normal boy? Strange things will occur to Percy, until his true future unwinds. Once Percy discovers that his parents were not what they seemed, he has to stop a war breaking out between the sky and the sea. That’s like putting nature against nature!

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban By JK Rowling

Rating: *****

Age: 8+

Glances told me the story, but looks told extravagant details. With a raging criminal on the loose and two pigs of fake parents, Harry squirms into more trouble. Hogsmead and enchantments all wriggle into this exciting volume of Harry potter! This book has thrilling adventure,  classic but hilarious all the same. Drama, scares,  jokes, all well and truly amazing. A boy who thought he was normal was told he was a wizard faced now three shocking adventures.

Oval Plumstead By Jacquline Wilson

Ratings:****

Ages: 9+

Opal Plumstead is a great book that makes you want to cry with sadness at some points and at others, cry with joy as it really touches your heart in the best kind of way. This book makes you want to read on it makes you feel so attached to the characters in the best way read it if you like stories that make you cry as this one will. This is an amazing book.