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Sky Song by Abi Elphinstone

At Inkpots, we first heard about Abi Elphinstone’s books last year and followed the progress of Sky Song on social media. So, it was really exciting to get a copy to review a few weeks ago – and then we were lucky enough to meet Abi at a book signing too. I finished reading Sky […]

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A Far Away Magic by Amy Wilson

Last year, I read ‘A Girl called Owl’ by Amy Wilson, and absolutely loved it. So, I was excited to get a copy of her book, ‘A Far Away Magic’. And I wasn’t disappointed. ‘A Far Away Magic’ tells the story of Angel and Bavar. Angel has moved to a new school and is living […]

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The Eye of the North by Sinead O’Hart

Sometimes a new book comes along which literally takes your breath away. That’s what happened for me, and one of our Inkpots, Alisha, when we read The Eye of the North by Sinead O’Hart. When we get sent books to review, it’s always brilliant to get the views of some of the children who come […]

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‘Simply the Quest’ by Maz Evans

Last year, we had the honour of getting to know about Maz Evans and her wonderful forthcoming series of books, Who Let the Gods Out? When Who Let the Gods Out was first published, it was relished by a wide range of children who come to our clubs and became one of ‘our’ books. We […]

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The Guggenheim Mystery by Robin Stevens

Sometimes a book comes along and stops you in your tracks. Days after you have finished the book, you keep going back to it, thinking about the characters and story line. Such a book is The Guggenheim Mystery by Robin Stevens. Robin is well known for her Murder Most Unladylike series, but for this book […]

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