What I've reviewed

Kate and Harry build a ship (for young children)
Little Red Riding Hood (for children around 5-9)
Mr Potato Head (for children around 3-7)

Baby books
Snuggle Bunny, by Emma Goldhawk

Books for young children
My First Night Before Christmas: A Touch and Feel and Sparkle Book
Giraffes Can't Dance!by Giles Andreae & Guy Parker-Rees
Orangey the Goldfish, by Eddie Bee
Billy & Monster's New Neighbor has a Secret, by David Chuka
Billy & the Monster Who Loved to Fart, by David Chuka
Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler
Elephantby Petr Horáček
The Cat in the Hat, by Dr Seuss
I can read with my eyes shut!, by Dr Seuss
A Little Owl Called Hooty, by Diana C Vickery
There's an Ouch in my Pouch!, by Jeanne Willis & Garry Parsons

Classic books
What Katy Didby Susan Coolidge
To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee

Books for children under 11
George's Marvellous Medicine, by Roald Dahl

Books for tweens and early teens
Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thiefby Rick Riordan
Mudlark, by John Sedden
And in the Morning, by John Wilson

Young Adult books
Noughts and Crossesby Malorie Blackman
Bone Dressingby Michelle I Brooks
City of Bonesby Cassandra Clare
The Hunger Gamesby Suzanne Collins
Beautiful Creaturesby Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
The Fault in Our Starsby John Green
Will Grayson, Will Grayson, by John Green & David Levithan
Changelingby Philippa Gregory
Newes From the Dead, by Mary Hooper
The Clock of Life, by Nancy Klann-Moren
ACID, by Emma Pass
Perverseby Larry Rodness
Divergent, by Veronica Roth (Divergent #1)
Insurgent, by Veronica Roth (Divergent #2)
Aberrant, by Ruth Silver
Dead Letter Office, by Kira Snyder (Parish Mail #1)
Post Mortem, by Kira Snyder (Parish Mail #2)
Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld (Uglies #1)
Pretties, by Scott Westerfeld (Uglies #2)

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