Children's fiction

Greta and the Ghost Hunters by Sam Copeland

This story is short and packed with many hijinks(a word that best fits the situations described here.Our lead protagonist is the odd daughter who does not take after her pretentious parents. Her brother, at the time of the narrative, is too young to fall under any category. Her grandmother is bedridden in the attic and… Continue reading Greta and the Ghost Hunters by Sam Copeland

Children's fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel, Humour

Are We Lost Yet?: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

I have read and reviewed the previous books in this series on the blog. I must admit going into this review that I am highly biased. I follow the author of Instagram and enjoy almost every one of the panels about Wallace and his tiny clan. I have adored the previous three works in varying… Continue reading Are We Lost Yet?: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

Children's fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel, Historical fiction

The Mermaid in the Millpond by Lucy Strange

I do not read many fiction books that target a younger audience. At least, not in comparison to the rest of the books I do get through in any given year. Surprisingly, many of the ones I have picked up come under the historical fiction category.This is one such book. One point that struck me,… Continue reading The Mermaid in the Millpond by Lucy Strange

Children's fiction, Historical fiction

The Incredible Talking Machine by Jenni Spangler

Illustrator: Chris Mould  I picked up a gothic/historical children's book by this author before. Although I had not enjoyed it completely, it intrigued me. This was enough for me to try out this one when I saw it.I read a few scattered books aimed at a younger audience during any given year, and I try… Continue reading The Incredible Talking Machine by Jenni Spangler