The Telegraph have included Weasels by Elys Dolan in their pick of the best children’s books for the summer holidays. Dinah Hall writes:
“Rabbits, badgers, meerkats… done to death. So yes, Weasels by Elys Dolan – why not? Chances are you won’t know much about what they get up to. In fact, what they do is plot world domination. The whole of human life is here in weasel form: mad scientists, health and safety officials – and the one who frets over his Starbucks order: “You know, I’m not sure about this . I should have got a normal coffee.” Insanely brilliant.”
You can read the full selection here.