Little Grey Dress by Aimee Brown
Welcome to my stop on this fantastic blog tour for a debut author Aimee Brown. What a gorgeous book cover and the story is equally appealing! I have a review of the Little Grey Dress for you today. Enjoy! xo
Single for the Summer by Mandy Baggot
Format: Paperback ( 432 pages)
Published: July 27, 2017
Publisher: Ebury Press
Links: Amazon / GoodReads
Tess Parks has made up her mind: love isn’t for her.
When it comes to dating she has one rule: after six weeks with a guy, she ends it. So when her heartbroken best friend invites her for a girly getaway in Corfu, Tess is sure she can stick to their pact to stay single for the summer.
But then she meets the gorgeous restaurateur Andras...
To keep his overbearing mother off his back, Tess agrees to pretend to date him. But as the two spend time together, Tess begins to realise that this fake relationship is starting to feel like the best one she’s ever had…
Why this book should wriggle its way up your TBR?
Finding a Friend by Carol Thomas
As an experienced primary school teacher and mother of four, Carol Thomas knows the importance of inspiring a love of books from an early age. In Finding a Friend Carol brings her knowledge of developing early literacy skills together with an understanding of creating characters young children will connect with.
The language of the text is purposely rhythmic, rhyming and repetitive – inspiring children to join in, anticipate and repeat words and phrases. The effortlessly emotive illustrations ensure that young children will be able to interpret and discuss the puppy’s range of thoughts and feelings.
From the engaging language to the charming illustrations, Finding a Friend is a book created to encourage young children, aged 0 - 5 years, to actively participate in the reading experience.
Amber Green takes Manhattan by Rosie Nixon
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