Go To Sleep!


Tansy the sheep can’t go to sleep. She’s forgotten how to do it! But when she follows the barn owl’s advice and starts counting sheep, she realises that something is wrong … The award-winning bedtime story with a humorous twist that children will love!

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My Review
Go to Sleep! is a super cute children's book about a sheep who can't sleep. She tried everything to get herself to go to sleep, but does she succeed? Follow Tansey on her nighttime journey to discover whether or not she's able to get some rest.

I found the story to be really adorable and engaging. Tansey is extremely relatable, at least for me. I don't sleep all that much, and my three year old is very anti-sleep currently. He prefers to stay up and bounce around rather than go to bed. Too bad none of Tansey's methods help my kiddo sleep. lol 

If you're a parent, or you have young readers, I'd definitely recommend Go to Sleep! It's a great, fun read that's short and has beautiful illustrations. It's definitely a good bedtime story for the little ones.

I'd give it five very well-deserved stars



Author Bio – Marion Adams has been writing for as long as she can remember, usually for fun and sometimes for money as well. She started her career as an in-house copywriter with a publisher and now works as a freelance proofreader and editor. It’s her dream job because she’s paid to read all day (and eat dark chocolate). Over the years, she’s written all kinds of things for both adults and children, some serious and some less so, with published work including magazine stories, articles, poems, plays and non-fiction books.
Marion lives in Devon, UK, and when she’s not reading or writing (or eating dark chocolate), she loves going for walks on the wild moors where her picture book Go To Sleep! is set.

Social Media Links – Twitter: https://twitter.com/Marion_author



Sarah’s Shadow

If you could change something about yourself, would you do it? When Sarah Simpkins is teased about her shadow in the school playground, she finds herself wishing she didn't have one. That night she has the chance to make the wish come true. But will losing her shadow really make her happy?

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My Review
Sarah's Shadow is a children's book about a young girl named Sarah who is teased about her shadow. All of the other kids on the playground make fun and call her names, which upsets Sarah, and rightfully so.  She decides she no longer wants her shadow, but is that really the right choice? 

I found the story to be a good one. It's both endearing and has a great moral. It showcases the bullies discovering that maybe they weren't so nice after all, and that everyone is unique and special in their own way. It also showcases Sarah learning that she's perfect just the way she is, and that she doesn't need to change herself to appease her bullies. Mean kids will always find something to pick on others about, so the lesson here is, be happy with who you are. Love and appreciate who you are. 

If you're a parent, or have young readers, I'd definitely recommend Sarah's Shadow. The story can be a great teaching tool for both boys and girls. Plus, it has some amazing illustrations, and it's just a really good story overall.

I give it five stars.

Author Bio – Nick Jones is an author based in Cheshire, UK, but originally from Bristol. He has written a series of joke books and an illustrated children's book. His first joke book, Gagged and Bound, was written during the summer of 2014 and was published by Full Media Ltd later in the year to critical acclaim, garnering positive reviews from numerous book review websites such as Reader's Favorite and The Bookbag. A follow-up, Gagged and Bound 2, was released a year later and received a similarly positive response, and in 2017 Nick returned with the third instalment. Nick returned with a very different book, Sarah's Shadow, in December 2017. He has several new books in the pipeline including two picture books and a children’s joke book. 

Social Media Links – Twitter: https://twitter.com/nickjonesauthor