Adventure · Children's · fantasy

Space Blasters – Kate & Kevin Tsang ★★★★

Blurb; Save the universe in the awesome and hilarious new space-themed adventure series from bestselling authors Katie and Kevin Tsang!

Suzie Wen LOVES gadgets and inventing things – but her inventions don’t always turn out how she expects . . . And when Suzie invent the Super 3DTV Gizmo she ends up getting transported into her favourite TV show – Space Blasters! On board the space ship with Captain Jane, Spaceman Jack and alien with attitude Five-Eyed Frank, Suzie is soon exploring new planets – like the smelly Planet Cheddar – and meeting plenty of aliens. But when moons start disappearing, it’s up to Suzie to save the universe. Can she put her inventing skills to use? And will she ever get home?

Funny, accessible and highly illustrated stories, perfect for readers aged 6 and up and fans of Bunny vs Monkey, Grimwood, Kitty Quest – and space!

STEM themes woven throughout, including real mindbending space facts and pages from Suzie’s inventors’ notebook

My Review; This is a short, easy children’s read. A space adventure. Contains inventions, aliens, moons, space, space ship and several very unusual planets. When Suzie finds herself transported into the space ship of a TV show she watches she soon find out that they need her help to save the universe. But will she be able to return home? Can they save the universe together? A fun adventure with black and white illustrations throughout. I enjoyed it. Perfect children’s read. A well deserved four stars. Highly recommend for little people.

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Adventure · Children's · Short Stories

*BLOG TOUR* Dreams in a Jar – Kate Staves ★★★★★

Blurb; What if you could keep a little piece of your dreams to hold on to forever? Put on your favourite pyjamas and get ready for a magical journey through the land of dreams, collecting trinkets and souvenirs as we go! In this story, a flower isn’t just a flower…it’s a pixie hat! A rusty old bolt isn’t just a rusty old bolt…it’s a piece of a rocket ship that blasted past a star! Let’s collect up all of these precious treasures together and keep them somewhere safe…I know, how about in a special jar? A sweet, rhyming adventure story to share with your little dreamer.
For ages 2-8.

Charlotte aged 7: I loved this story. Loved all the pictures and adventures she went on through her dreams. I have lots of dreams too so maybe I should start a dream jar. I could read this myself and I really enjoyed it. I’d like to take it into school so I can share it with all my friends and maybe we could all make dream jars.

My Review; What a beautiful book for little ones. Both boys and girls. Beautifully illustrated throughout. Not too long but not too short either. My 6 year old could read this herself but I also read it to my 4 month old and 4 year old who also enjoyed it. A beautiful story all about dreams. Makes a good conversation after about your own children’s dreams. The dream jar idea is a good one but would be filled with lots of different things. My eldest enjoyed it. As a parent I would highly recommend this book. Full of imagination. A well deserved five stars.

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Children's · Short Stories

*BLOG TOUR* Now That You’re Here – Kate Staves ★★★★★

Blurb; Now that you’re here,
You’re where you belong.
We’re so pleased to meet you,
We’ve waited so long!


Join giraffes, hedgehogs, penguins and many more adorable animals as they welcome their new babies! Share this sweet, rhyming picture book with the special little person in your life and let them know just how much better life is ‘Now That You’re Here.’

This beautifully illustrated, rhyming picture book makes the perfect gift for new babies and parents.

Reviews; Charlotte aged 7 – I loved this book. Beautiful pictures of all the different animal families. See all the animals with their new babies. Easy to read. I can read it to my baby brother as I love him just the same as this book. I understand it all. Its a happy book. Made me feel happy. All the stars. Noah aged 4 – A happy book. Made me feel happy all about babies. We have a baby. Cody. Look. I liked all the pictures and learning all the names of all the baby animals. Cute. Loved this story. Gemma (mum) 28 – What a beautiful children’s book that many children with new baby siblings can relate to like my children. It’s an easy read in poem style all about different animal families with their new babies. Beautifully illustrated throughout. It is a happy, uplifting and full of love story. Beautiful. I could relate to every word as a new mother to my 3rd child. Highly recommend. A well deserved five stars from me.

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