#BookReview and Interview: The Heartsong of Wonder Quinn by Kate Gordon

The Heartsong of Wonder Quinn, Kate Gordon (author), Rachel Tribout (illus.), UQP, September 2020. From the publisher: A lonely orphan called Wonder Quinn yearns for a friend in this enchanting tale celebrating friendship, bravery and the importance of staying true to yourself. Wonder Quinn lives in the attic of Direleafe Hall with only a gloomy READ MORE

A Fierce Duo – Speaking with Megan Higginson and Ester de Boer

#raymundandthefearmonster #blogtour #booksontourpr #day3 A collaborative relationship made in heaven! The inner and working strengths of both author Megan Higginson and illustrator Ester de Boer are certainly ones to be admired, and inspired by. No doubt bringing a picture book such as this, via the self-publishing route, is a challenge in itself. But these super READ MORE

Review: Life is Not Fair When You Are Just a Chair by Emily Smith and Graham Davidson

Life is Not Fair When You Are Just a Chair, Emily S Smith (author), Graham Davidson (illus.), Storytime Lane, 2018. Blurb: ‘The life of a chair is a sad, dismal tale, And when you hear of it, you’ll cry, oh, you’ll wail…’ Chairs get farted on, stood on, and left out in the rain, but READ MORE

Kellie Byrnes Discusses the Importance of Creativity in KidLit and in Life

#cloudconductor #blogtour #booksontour #day4 Following on from our interview yesterday, Kellie opens up even further with her personal story on how being creative saved her, and how her difficult experience links to her evocative book of strength and empowerment. You are truly an inspiration, Kellie! Xx As someone who has always been a total bookworm, READ MORE