Book Time

Let's Talk Books


May 2020

DK The Book of Bedtime Builds is perfect for the child who was their story time, but Lego, too

This DK Lego book ofers children stories and the opportunity to build a Lego figurine.

Activities and books to get your kids off the screen and using their brains

Activity books and puzzles that doesn't involve a screen.

Can’t go wrong with a cookbook full of dessert – DK’s Keto Sweet Tooth Cookbook reviewed

All the desert recipes you have every wanted to make created keto-style by Aaron Day (no relation).

Learning lots of new information thanks to picture books from Kids Can Press and Raincoast Books

Learn about nature and protecting it and why we cry with these Kids Can Press and Raincoast Books picture books.

Unique journey of finding self in An Yu’s debut novel Braised Pork

Interesting read in An Yu's debut novel Braised Pork, which takes us from Beijing to Tibet and a mythical world.

Two missions with DK book – change the Lego Ninjago world as we know it and get kids off the screen

The fate of the Lego Ninjago world rests in your hands with this DK choose your own adventure book.

Growing food for free thanks to DK books

Gardener Huw Richards teaches people how to Grow Food For Free in this DK book.

Exploring Wisconsin’s Cities and Countryside

Check out my latest piece at . We may not be travelling, but we can through books. I am exploring Wisconsin this month and its capital city – Madison – with The Wrong Sister, and its beautiful countryside with... Continue Reading →

Interviewing Canadian/Australian author Tara Moss about her latest book The War Widow, crime genre and human rights

"I’m fascinated by film noir, hard-boiled fiction and the true life stories of ordinary citizens who survived the hardships and upheaval of the mid-20th century": Tara Moss. Read my Q&A with this prolific author.

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