Review: By Ash, Oak and Thorn by Melissa Harrison

I was sent a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Blurb: Three little people, no bigger than your hand, wake up from their winter sleep in the hollow trunk of an old ash tree. Moss, Burnet and Cumulus usually love spring, but their joy turns to worry when they discover that … Continue reading Review: By Ash, Oak and Thorn by Melissa Harrison

Review: Rumaysa by Radiya Hafiza

Blurb: Step into a once upon a time where anything is possible. For as long as she can remember Rumaysa has been locked away in her tower, forced to spin straw into gold for the evil Witch, unable to leave. Until one day, after dropping a hijab out of her small window, Rumaysa realises how she … Continue reading Review: Rumaysa by Radiya Hafiza

Review: Dragon Mountain by Katie and Kevin Tsang

Blurb: When twelve-year-old Billy Chan's parents send him to a summer camp in the mountains of China, he doesn't know what to expect. He'd much rather be spending the holidays back home than hanging out with total strangers at Camp Dragon. That's until he and his fellow campmates stumble upon the entrance to a secret mountain, … Continue reading Review: Dragon Mountain by Katie and Kevin Tsang

Review: The Highland Falcon Thief by M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman

Blurb: All aboard! You're holding a ticket to an incredible new mystery adventure.Harrison Beck and his Uncle Nat are enjoying the final journey of the Highland Falcon, Britain's most famous steam train. But when a precious jewel goes missing, Harrison and his new friend Lenny find themselves at the centre of the investigation. Can they solve … Continue reading Review: The Highland Falcon Thief by M. G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman