Archive for January, 2014

Mid January email update

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

This month sees the 182nd anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s birth and you will find his Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in our Classics section but don’t miss out on all the books and eBooks we have on the site conveniently split into reading ages or lots of other special categories to keep your kids loving reading. Read on for more …

Get Social and have the chance to win a £50 book voucher!

Exclusively for our newsletter subscribers who are part of the twitterati – just tweet @lovereadingkids your all-time favourite children’s book with the #LoveReading4Kids. A winner will then be picked at random to win a £50 LR4K voucher. Also do have a look at our Lovereading4kids Facebook page (even like it) where you can share more of your views on the children’s books that you and your children love.

Crayon by Simon Rickerty: Colouring is fun …

…provided you stay on your side of the line, that is! Simon Rickerty’s new picture Book, Crayon is a funny, feel-good and surprising picture book that you and your little ones will love to read. Rickerty’s debut Monkey Nut was the recent winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2013 for the funniest

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Feeling Undervalued? Meet the Parents!

At last! A book that gently, humourously and affectionately reminds kids what their parents do for them (that isn’t just making them tidy-up and brush their teeth!). Meet the Parents by (Roald Dahl Funny Winner) Peter Bently is a book that every child should read and every parent will enjoy reading to them.

‘It reads aloud beautifully and will entertain children and parents alike.’ Booksellers’ Choice.

Lest They Forget … WW1, 100 Years On

2014 marks 100 years since the start of the First World War (1914-18). The devastation wrought in those four years of conflict has inspired some incredible literature, for both adults and children. Do check out our special section dedicated to the brilliant books and stories for children (and even a sticker book for younger readers) based on WW1. We’ll be adding titles that catch our eye throughout the year and beyond:

You Wouldn’t Want to be in the Trenches (6+) by Alex Woolf – informative yet children-friendly look at life at the Front. Find it, and many others, here.

Don’t miss 2013 Books of the Year

2013 was an amazing year for kids’ books, including dyslexia friendly ones and we’ve put together all the very best of ’13 in a handy age-ranged category for you to catch up on any you’ve missed – see the

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shelf below for a few particular favourites by age range and ones especially written to help dyslexic children.

So, that’s what’s new at Lovereading4kids this January. See you in February with even more great books for your kids to love. Happy New Year!

P.S. Don’t miss the chance to Win a Signed Set of the Strong Winds Trilogy!

We have two signed sets of Julia Jones’ maritime Strong Winds Trilogy to give away! Each lucky winner will receive a copy of The Salt-stained Book, A Ravelled Flag and Ghosting Home, beautifully packaged in a box covered with maritime charts.

January 2014 email update

Friday, January 10th, 2014

With Christmas firmly behind you and the kids back at school, you may be breathing a well-earned sigh of relief. But there’s still plenty to fire their imaginations this month. After all it’s the month with ‘Winnie the Pooh Day‘ in it … innit. How about a river walk and a game of pooh sticks? … or if the weather’s bad, here are some great book ideas for kids of all ages, abilities and tastes, from Toddlers to Teens… Happy 2014!

January Books of the Month

As ever, we have kicked off the New Year with a bookshelf bursting with brilliant books for boys and girls of all ages. Star prize though, goes to:

Defy the Stars by Sophie McKenzie – 4th in the series: immersive romantic writing for teens by a multi-award winning author. And if you don’t know them already … the first 3 in the series are Falling Fast, Burning Bright, and Casting Shadows – well worth drawing to the attention of any teen reader.

See more Books of the Month on the shelf below…


Put your Toddlers in the Picture … Illustrator of the Month, Oliver Jeffers

Imaginative, empathetic and eccentric, Oliver Jeffers has become a favourite with parents for his accessible and beautiful picture books. Embracing themes of friendship, loneliness, independence and imagination, you will find all his amazing stories here. Celebrating its 10th anniversary with a brand new board book edition is; How to Catch a Star, a book you’ll love so much you’ll buy it for everyone you know with children.


Pinch, Punch, Firsts of the Month … January’s Debuts of the Month

A first novel is a special thing for both reader and author. We have a great list of debuts waiting to be discovered on the site this month. Just click on a book on the shelf below to find out more.


A Winning Start! … January Competition

David Walliams has quickly become one of the most exciting children’s authors out there right now and we have 6 copies and CD packs of his brilliant books:

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2013 Books of the Year

2013 was an amazing year for kids’ books, including dyslexia friendly ones and we’ve put together all the very best of ’13 in a handy age-ranged category for you to catch up on any you’ve missed – see the shelf below for a few particular favourites by age range and ones especially written to help dyslexic children.



Dyslexia Friendly Books of the Year


Also don’t miss the Lovereading4kids very own Book Prize for 2013, chosen by our Facebook and Twitter communities. The winner was Geek Girl by Holly Smale but all the shortlisted titles are worth a look in our special section.


Views on Pre-Publication books – straight from Children

Our Children’s Reader Review Panel is going from strength to strength and the panel members have been especially bus over the Christmas Holidays reviewing books that will be published in February. Judging from the reviews they have written two of their real favourites were Tape by Steven Camden where Aimee Sweet, age 13 said – ‘An outstanding book that has so many genres and stories twisted into one blinding story it is amazing…definitely a 5 star.’ And The Dark Inside by Rupert Walllis where Lewis Duckworth, age 12 said – ‘I personally think this novel is amazing, because it had me on the edge of my seat’.

More than just coffee beans … The Costa Book Awards

Goth Girl and the Ghost of a Mouse by Chris Riddell has won the coveted 2013 Costa Children’s Book Award from what we thought was a really stonking group of short-listers. If you haven’t already browsed the books now is a great opportunity to discover some of the best young peoples’ writing out there at the moment in our Book Awards section. Or, you could just go straight for the winner!

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