Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Our Recommended Reads from June 2013

Check out the reviews section of our website for the latest recommended reads - from children's fiction to poetry and classic reads we're sure there is something for everyone. We also welcome your reviews too - email them to 'Reviews' at info@bookapoet.co.uk and we'll let you know when we use it!

Below are the titles we recommended during June 2013. (You can read our reviews and recommendations here.) If you'd like to get your book on our reading list send us an email that includes a press release and we'll get in touch!

‘Fast And Furious’ Published by Ticktock Books
'The Forgetting and Remembering of Air' By Sue Hubbard Published by Salt Publishing
Red Moon By Benjamin Percy Published by Hodder & Stoughton
To Sing Away the Darkest Days By Norbert Hirschhorn Published by Holland Park Press
Hazel By Julie Hearn Published by Oxford University Press
‘Gloss’ By Marilyn Kaye Published by Macmillan Children’s Books
‘Off By Heart’ By Roger Stevens Published by A&C Black
‘First Term at L’Etoile’ By Holly and Kelly Willoughby Published by Orion Books
‘Wilbur’s Book of Colours’ By Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul Published by Oxford University Press
‘Early Reader: Algy’s Amazing Adventure in the Arctic’ By Kaye Umansky Published by Orion Books
‘Bob’s Film Fiasco’ By Simon Bartram Published by Templar Books
‘I Wandered As Lonely As A Cloud … and Other Poems You Half Remember From School’ By Ana Sampson
Published by Michael O’Mara Books
The Shadow Lantern’ By Teresa Flavin Published by Templar Publishing
‘Horrid Henry’s Nightmare’ By Francesca Simon Published by Orion Books
‘My Hamster is an Astronaut’ By Dave Lowe Published by Templar Publishing
‘Letterland’s My First Dictionary’ Published by Letterland
‘Poppy the Pirate Dog’s New Shipmate’ By Liz Kessler Published by Orion Books
‘Sophie’s Dance Class’ By Angela McAllister Published by Orion Books
‘Hide! The Tiger’s Mouth is Open Wide!’ By Adam Frost Published by Bloomsbury

July's recommended reads will start to appear on the website from this week. A selection of reviews will be published here too, as well as on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/BookaPoet) and links from our Twitter account (@bookapoet).

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