Month: January 2020

Amazon Reviews Set Next Mission for Agent Starling: Operation Read Moore

Agent Starling: Operation Baked Beans Amazes Amazon Reviewers Baked beans might seem harmless but, in the wrong hands and the wrong millennium, they can do a surprising amount of damage. 11-year-old Oliver Starling thinks Romans are ancient history… until he teams up with Agent Owl to stop an evil mastermind from conquering Roman Britain with …

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‘A fun story that is easy to read and very enjoyable.’ What’s Good To Read is Bonkers About Agent Starling: Operation Baked Beans

David at What’s Good To Read has been transported by Jenny Moore’s, Agent Starling: Operation Baked Beans; I believe that reading is something that should be encouraged in children, it sets you up for everything that you do in live. But sometimes children can be very reluctant to read and it can just be down …

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‘Great books to help children consolidate and extend their reading skills’ Story Snug Samples Maverick Early Readers

Catherine at Story Snug has sampled a selection of Maverick Non-Fiction Early Readers; Orange Band: Minibeasts Finn and Zeek give an introduction into the definition of a mini beast and then talk about their different shaped anatomies, their senses, textures and colours. A range of minibeasts are introduced including worms, snails, slugs and several that were new …

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‘These stories are simple, witty, repetitive yet eventful’ Maverick Early Readers, Looking Pretty in Pink

Karen at The Letterpress Project have reviewed our pretty in pink Early Readers; I was delighted to receive another batch of unusual little reading books to review from Maverick Arts Publishing, a company which takes such excellent care in producing aesthetically pleasing picture books that are designed to engage younger readers. This included a selection from the …

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‘A frolicsome feline offering’ Publishers Weekly Purrs with Delight for Willmore’s, It’s MY Sausage

Publishers Weekly have written a PURRfect review for  It’s MY Sausage, written and illustrated by the talented Alex Willmore; In Willmore’s comical debut, five felines in varying hues compete mightily for a lone sausage left on a dinner plate. Told in simple, often declarative dialogue (“Yum!,” “It’s MY sausage!”) and expressive sounds (“Pfft,” “Splat!”) the …

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