Character Q and A with Juno Jones

#junojoneswordninja #blogtour #booksontourpr #day4 What a super thrill to have the opportunity to speak with the awesome Juno Jones Word Ninja herself right here on our blog! Let’s find out all about the FAMOUS Juno… Quick Personality Profile- Full Name: Juno Julia Jones. Nickname: Futoshi has a nickname for me. But it’s a secret. Because READ MORE

#BookReview: Juno Jones Word Ninja by Kate Gordon

#junojoneswordninja #blogtour #booksontourpr #day3 Juno Jones Word Ninja #1, Kate Gordon (author), Sandy Flett (illus.), Yellow Brick Books, April 2019.   Blurb: A DISASTER HAS HAPPENED! Muttonbird Bay Primary might be closing. I mean, FOREVER. Juno Jones loves her school, but the Men in Suits want to close it down! And there’s only one thing READ MORE

HiYA! You’re Entering the Juno Jones Word Ninja #BookGiveaway, Right?

#junojoneswordninja #blogtour #booksontourpr #day2 ALERT! Ten Thousand Juno Ninja Points awarded to anyone who enters! That’s right! You can redeem your points upon entering this totally dangerous #bookgiveaway adventure! Completely true! Kate Gordon and Juno Jones absolutely want you to get your hands on a copy of their book, so this is your chance to READ MORE

Featured Author: Kate Gordon

#junojoneswordninja #blogtour #booksontourpr #day1 When I found out there was a new book by Kate Gordon, it took every ounce of willpower to contain my excitement. But then I figured I didn’t have to, and so the result is this upcoming showcase of fun and exciting features across the blogosphere! Welcome, dear reader, to the READ MORE

Book Review: I Despair of My Hair by Ann-Marie Finn

I Despair of My Hair, Ann-Marie Finn, Yellow Brick Books, 2018 From the publisher: Do you know the feeling when you just can’t do ANYTHING with your hair, no matter how hard you try? Well Alice has that problem every day, but what can she do about it? At the end of the day is READ MORE

The JWFK Members’ Top Children’s Books of 2018!

Every year I sort through my hundreds of books read, reviewed, bought, given, borrowed and absolutely treasured throughout the past twelve months. And as you know, the standard of children’s titles in Australia is phenomenal. So my process of selecting my favourites is always painstakingly difficult. That’s why I passed the buck onto my fellow READ MORE