Anh Do Jules Faber Scholastic Press ISBN 9781743627051 Published November 2014 RRP $14.99 Age 6 – 8 Reviewed by Megan Stuart Well Weirdo 3 is here and with the same animated cover too. It’s difficult not to like Anh Do”s third book featuring the very cool Weir Do. Jules Faber’s illustrations are fun and make this book appealing to children who may not find reading easy. Note that Weir Do was recently awarded ABIA book of the year 2014.
Hello! It has been awhile, for that I do apologise. My little man is now 4 months old (Wow! Where did the time go?) And, like his sister he does enjoy a good book… seems I have 2 bugs in a book now! To celebrate our triumphant (but also gradual) return we will soon be giving away a book pack to a couple of our loyal followers to say ‘thank you!’ for sticking with us. We hope to see you […]
Subscribe to Monthly Updates Now! One simple email with all the latest reviews, easy. We recently asked you to look back to your own childhood for a special book or two that has stayed with you as a treasured memory. The following books have been suggested on Facebook and Twitter. Bug in a Book – I remember reading ‘Looking for Alibrandi’ and ‘So much to telll you’ from my school days. Bug in a Book – Yes, it’s called ‘Cougar’ I […]
Hello friends and fabulous followers! We hope you all had a delightful Christmas and an awesome New Year. In store for us this year we are excited to be welcoming a new buggy baby. (This will probably effectively explain my 4 months of sickness and absence). As you may be aware we have a 4 year old bug already who we are doing our best to prepare for the new arrival. We have been reading ‘Share‘ and ‘There’s Going to be a Baby.’ […]
Here at Bug in a Book (.org) we are feeling the festive vibes. We have our reindeer antlers on and our mugs full of eggnog. Maybe best we lay off that just a bit. But at any rate we have been putting together a selection of Christmas books for you to feast your festive eyes on. Up First our Favourite! PS: Who Stole Santa’s Mail? Dimity Powell “Filled with feisty characters, seat-of-your-pants drama and loads of Christmas cracker jokes, Dimity […]
In an effort to make Bug in a Book easier to follow without over burdening your in-boxes we have created an all in one monthly newsletter. So now you have the option of subscribing to our monthly updates – which come on the first of each month and feature all the reviews for the previous month (if we have not posted any no email will be sent). Or you may prefer to have each review arrive individually. If you currently […]
Ladies and Gentlemen I am disappointed to have to inform you that in my absence due to illness we were – what I can only describe as – robbed. Sadly someone/s saw fit to steal our business name, our logo our domain and even some of our wording and create their own website. They have – when threatened with legal action – since removed our logo and our copyrighted material from their website. However I have no legal right to […]
Hello all, We are currently in the process of making big changes to Bug in a Book. Bug in a Book will become just a small part of the blog we are re-naming “The Read”. The Read will be offering a broader range of reviews including our much-loved children’s books and also everything for adult interests both fiction and non-fiction. I personally look forward to sharing some of the great cookbooks I have discovered lately. There will be something for […]