Children's Book Sequels Blog

Updates & Book Reviews for Children's Book Sequels

A Bastien Bonlivre Adventure The second Bastien Bonlivre adventure, set in Paris, starts with a map with some familiar names on it. Bastien is celebrating the launch of his first book at his favourite bookshop, Le Chat Curieux, with Alice, the owners daughter, Theo and other friends from the orphanage. It should be a wonderful …

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Josie wants more, more of everything, learning, adventure but she’s got a little brother about to be born and all she’s hearing at home is conversations abut prams and baby names. Apparently names have meanings, Jodie discovers and then does some more digging about famous Josephine’s. Suddenly there on the screen is another Josephine – …

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Ramya Knox is coping with grief, moving to Scotland from London and starting a new school and by the way she’s dyspraxic. But it’s the last thing on that list that gives her the most problems – a label, because she has problems holding a pen and her handwriting isn’t the neatest in the class. …

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Unicorns, elements and the triumph of good over evil. There is a lot of hype around this so I thought I would get a copy to see if it lives up to all the promotions. Yes it does. If you thought unicorns were gentle creatures think again. The Island is where unicorns are hatched by …

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Friendship, bravery & an adventure into another world.  A fourth adventure for Billy and his friends into the dragon realm. When a sea dragon appears near his home, he knows something isn’t right and he needs to contact his Camp Dragon friends. But someone else has seen the dragon, Lola, who is not at all …

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