February was a really busy month for me – lots of good stuff happening as well as just general busyness. So i guess I shouldn’t be surprised to realise that I only managed to read eight books this month, which is my lowest in a very long time. Lucky there were some good ones there. My favourite this month was, I think, The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone (though it must be said that this book has an inconveniently length name!) which is great fantasy quest for younger readers (and older ones too!) in sumptuous hard cover with brilliant illustrations by the talented Kelly Canby.
As alwways, links to reviews, or to the book online, are included. Have a great month!
Australia’s Great War: 1918, by Libby Gleeson
The Subtle Knife, by Phillip Pulman
The Extremely Inconvenient Adventure of Bronte Mettlestone, by Jaclyn Moriarty
Pepsi the Problem Puppy, by Sandi Parsons
Stories of Life at Sydney Cove, by Susan E. Boyer
How to Feel Awesome Every Day, by Elly Awesome
The Hangman, by Jack Heath
Suddenly One Summer, by Fleur McDonald