Tuesday, May 25, 2010

What a busy month it has been at Aussiereviews. We have added twenty new reviews over the past week, so if you are a looking for a great read, click on the following links.

  Picture Book Review:The Little Yellow Digger and The Bones, by Betty & Alan Gilderdale
Under the landslide.


Children's Book Review: Camelot, by Colin Thompson
A new series. 


Children's Book Review: Scratch Kitten and the Ghost Ship, by Jessica Green
A new adventure.  


  Children'sBook Review:The Tsunami Book, by Dr Gill Jolly
More than a tidal wave.
 

Picture Book Review: Pirate Peter and the Pig, by Simon Grant
A pet for a pirate. 


Children's Book Review: Pilot & Huxley and the Holiday Portal, by Dan McGuiness
Pilot and Huxley are back!  


Picture Book Review: Papa's Little Penguin, by Anna Pignataro
For Fathers' Day. 


Children's Book Review: Nanny Piggins and the Runaway Lion, by R. A. Spratt
New Nanny Piggins adventures. 


Young Adult Book Review: The Wrath of the Silver Wolf, by Simon Higgins
A new Moonshadow adventure. 


Children's Book Review: How to Draw Mythical Creatures, by Marc McBride
Create your own characters. 


Picture Book Review: Fairies, by Alison Maloney
All abouut fairies. 


Picture Book Review: Bear and Chook by the Sea, by Lisa Shanahan
A new Bear and Chook adventure. 


Children's Book Review: Battlefield, by Alan Tucker
One boy's war. 


Children's Book Review: Aussie Legends, by Tom Baddley
Some famous Australians.


YA Book Review: Dancing in the Dark, by Robyn Bavati
An absorbing tale about following your dreams. 


Book Review: Blood Moon, by Garry Disher
A wonderful crime fiction offering. 


Children's Book Review: Style Files, by Amanda Nicholls
The first in the Totally Stylin' series. 


Cook Book Review: The AWW Cooking School
Learning to cook Step-by-Step.


Picture Book Review: Itsy-Bitsy Babies, by Margaret Wild & Jan Ormerod
Ideal for cuddle time. 


Picture Book Review: Wibbly Wobbly Street, by Trudie Trewin
Whimsy and fun on every page. 


Children's Book Review: Duck for a Day, by Meg McKinlay
A novel to love.




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