Tag: kids books

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children–Ranson Riggs

We’ve made it out of the Roald Dahl vortex. Thank God. I was originally reading this book because I had been interested in it for awhile and then the movie was coming out, so naturally, I was trying to prep myself for the movie!…

The Roald Dahl Collection

Fantastic Mr. Fox Admittedly, I didn’t know Roald Dahl even wrote this. I thought it came from the likes of someone with a twisted mind like Tim Burton. Well, given what his other books, I wasn’t totally wrong. This book was good, but had…

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory–Roald Dahl

Contrary to what I’ve been writing about Roald Dahl’s books on here (those were the questionable ones to be sure) I do actually enjoy his writing. It is not really for toddlers, but I should’ve probably knew they weren’t going to be. My bad….

Roald Dahl

The Giraffe, The Pelly, and Me—Roald Dahl This book was short and sweet and so will this review be: This was about a little boy who was introduced to his new neighbours: a giraffe, a pelican, and a monkey. They had just moved in…

Matilda–Roald Dahl

The kid and I, well mostly me, decided to start reading all the Roald Dahl books in his sisters room after I had read the Disney stories until I could barf. (And I love Disney stories.) I basically knew the entire thing cover to…

The Short Stack.

Good morning everyone! I’m clearing house of the tiny reviews. So here’s four to take a gander at. Summer of My Amazing Luck—Miriam Toews Literally only picked this up because I knew it was set in the summer. (Book challenge #14-A Book Set in…

Hamish X and the Cheese Pirates–Sean Cullen

Kiddy book time! I found this in a thrift store and thought to myself “Mac would like this! Time to see if it’s appropriate!” (Mac being my little cousin.) Definitely suggest this for kid around nine or ten, it was a pretty cute story….