For Younger Readers

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”

Dr. Seuss

Who Let the Gods Out? by Maz Evans

Elliot’s got a lot on his plate.  His mum’s ill and he has major money worries.  When a feisty young zodiac constellation crashes into his cow shed, life doesn’t get any easier.  The pair accidentally release a wicked daemon and the adventure begins.

This book is packed full of classical gods brought bang up to date with wonderfully ironic humour. Paperback, Chicken House, £6.99

For 9yrs.+



Little Rusty Tractor’s Big Day! by Jacky Cripwell

This is a delightful story by one of our local authors, beautifully illustrated by Kate Smith.

It is set in the village of Bunny, on a small farm with a large shed containing two tractors, Big Green Tractor and Little Rusty Tractor. Poor Little Rusty Tractor had been left in the shed for years, while Big Green Tractor spent most of his days working out on the farm. All Little Rusty Tractor wished for was to be useful again and one special day, her dreams came true. Paperback, New Generation Publishing, 2016

Though aimed at pre-school children, this is also suitable as an early reader and it is “brought to life by the beautiful illustrations with much to look out for on every page”. (Review by Nicola) We totally agree!

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Oi Cat! by Kes Gray, illustrated by Jim Field

An hilarious follow-up to Oi Frog! and Oi Dog! from the award-winning Kes Gray and Jim Field. A brilliant rhyming read-aloud text, jam-packed with animals and silliness with Cat refusing to sit on gnats as they keep biting his bottom!  Perfect for children and parents alike. Hardcover, Hodder Children’s Group,  £12.99

Chosen by Independent Children’s Booksellers as their Book of the Season

We know you’ll love it as much as we do!