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What a scrumptious, shiny and fast-paced little picture book this is! With a rather unique take on how tooth fairies do their job, Michelle Robinson takes us on a wild rollercoaster of animals, adventure and fun in this story of Tate, the fairy in training. Tate is being taught how to take a tooth and leave some money by her 

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Have you spied Tooth Fairy in Training on the bookshelves yet? It’s glorious!! So much so, that we couldn’t wait to invite the illustrator – Briony May Smith – to answer My Book Corner’s questions… Tell us about you in 25 words or less. I grew up in Sandhurst, Berkshire, and now live in Devon. My favourite colour is yellow 

The post Briony May Smith: Illustrator Interview appeared first on My Book Corner.

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Jane Yolen and Robert J. Harris have recently brought to life a breathless chapter from Scottish history in their thrilling novel, Girl In A Cage. We couldn’t wait to invite Jane to My Book Corner… Tell us about you in 25 words or less. Widow, mother , Nana, writer, storyteller, poet, teacher, lecturer, happy in my work. Your novel, Girl 

The post Jane Yolen: Author Interview appeared first on My Book Corner.

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It’s 1306 and 11 year-old Marjorie Bruce is delighted when her dad Robert is crowned King of Scotland. She is now a Princess, something she has dreamed about being for many years. In the troubling times of the world she lives in, she holds her family dear as battles are won and lost and her elusive step-mother grows ever distant. 

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The Adventures of Harry Stevenson (Simon & Schuster) is the first book in a new young fiction series by wonderful author/illustrator Ali Pye. It actually features two stories in one so there’s a very welcome double dose of the eponymous guinea pig hero! Harry is just an ordinary guinea pig and would be quite happy with plenty of snacks, naps 

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What a marvellous, heart-warming and wonderfully educational book Rebel Cats – Brave Tales of Feisty Felines is! It is an eclectic collection of real-life stories of the antics of various cats and their owners across the world, spanning throughout history. Inside this colourful, non-fiction book there are lots of feline facts, but also amazing stories of bravery, survival and honour 

The post Rebel Cats – Brave Tales of Feisty Felines by Kimberlie Hamilton appeared first on My Book Corner.

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A gorgeous bundle of Bloomsbury Young Readers were pushed through the letter box recently. And. Oh my, they are rather lovely. I’ve spent plenty of time (HOURS!) listening to pupils read as they embark on the their reading journey. It’s a pleasure and a privilege to watch them grow with confidence AND find books they love. They are endlessly entertained 

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I couldn’t help but warm to five and a half year old Eddie from the very first page of this beautiful picture book, The Marvellous Fluffy Squishy Itty Bitty by Beatrice Alemagna. Perhaps it is the first person point of view and Eddie’s very childlike voice, or perhaps her very childlike problem – not being very good at anything. But 

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My publishing journey began in 2012 when I attended a residential writing course. For the first few days I remember feeling sick with imposter syndrome. Before 1-2-1s with the author hosts, I thought about running away. I was sure they’d ask the killer question, ‘What on earth are you doing here? You can’t write!’ As it turned out I was, 

The post My Journey To Publication – Guest Post by Julie Pike appeared first on My Book Corner.

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Hugely excited to welcome the talented Liz Flanagan into My Book Corner today. I know that she is a super keen animal lover, and asked her to tell us how that influenced the way she wrote about the dragons in Dragon Daughter… SPOILER ALERT: this post contains adorable kitten photos! ‘How did you imagine the dragons?’ is one of my 

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