Really happy to continue #6Degrees today with one of my favourite bloggers, Chelle from the fantastic Tales of Yesterday, guest posting!
I have never read The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling and after receiving it from the lovely people at Scholastic at their recent #BookBloggersFeast I have added it to my TBR for the #2016ClassicsChallenge hosted by the lovely Stacey! Another book on my #2016ClassicsChallenge TBR this year is The Mystery Of The Burnt Cottage by Enid Blyton.
The Mystery Of The Burnt Cottage by Enid Blyton is a book that I have not read for absolutely years! I love these books so much and always try to solve the mysteries. Just like I tried and failed to do with the brilliant Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens.
I read this first book, Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens last year and since then three more books from the series have been added to my TBR. A fab murder mystery with a fab cast of characters including the fab super sleuths Daisy and Hazel. Another book with a brilliant character is The Shadow Keeper by Abi Elphinstone.
The Shadow Keeper by Abi Elphinstone returns us to the magical world of Moll and Gryff and after reading Abi’s debut The Dreamsnatcher last year me and my son are thoroughly enjoying reading the sequel. Another sequel I am super excited to read this year is The Jewelled Moth by Katherine Woodfine.
The Jewelled Moth by Katherine Woodfine looks absolutely stunning and I cannot wait to read it! I recently went to a fascinating #BrumHist event at Waterstones Birmingham where I heard Katherine talk about historical fiction with Helen Maslin, Emma Carroll and Lauren James. It was a brilliant event and the lovely Rhian Ivory hosted the chat whose book The Boy Who Drew The Future sounds all kinds of brilliant!
*nervously opens the book*
Thank you Chelle for an awesome guest post!
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