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The best of Summer Reading

Best of Summer Reading

There’ve been some wonderful reviews of Nosy Crow books over the weekend in summer reading round-ups!

Lionel and the Lion’s Share, written by Lou Peacock and illustrated by Lisa Sheehan, has been featured in the Financial Times’ Summer books of 2018 round-up. James Lovegrove writes: “Critique of unbridled capitalism? Maybe. Sprightly fable with a moral? Definitely. The illustrations are a huge bonus, and not of the banker kind, either.”

You can read the full FT round-up here – and here’s a look inside Lionel and the Lion’s Share:

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The Colouring Book of Cards and Envelopes: A Year of Celebrations has been featured in The Independent’s guide to the best colouring books for kids. Fran Yeoman writes: “Creative kids who like making home-made cards for their relatives will adore this ingenious book, which includes 24 cards and matching envelopes featuring ornate illustrations to be coloured in.”

You can read the full review here.National-Trust-The-Colouring-Book-of-Cards-and-Envelopes-A-Year-of-Celebrations-112791-1.jpg

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And in The Metro, Imogen Russell Williams has featured Happy Birthday to You!, illustrated by Nicola Slater, in their round-up of the best holiday books for kids! Russell Williams writes: “A board book with a difference. Press the buttons to hear animals play a bit of Happy Birthday on every page. At the end, there’s a  big-band chorus finale and a light-up birthday cake!”

Happy Birthday to You!

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