Junior Fiction (6-12 years)

Following toddlerhood, pre-teen years are most formative in creating good reading habits and placing high quality books in children’s hands is an important role in assisting their development. Here you’ll find my recommendations on books which I believe would be great to have around and grow up with.

"The Silent Child", by Cécile Roumiguière illustrated by Benjamin Lacombe, how one child's fear silences her voice Junior Fiction (6-12 years) Junior Fiction (6-12 years) the silent child cécile roumiguière benjamin lacombe 05

“The Silent Child”, by Cécile Roumiguière illustrated by Benjamin Lacombe, how one child’s fear silences her voice

“The Silent Child” (its Russian edition “Молчаливое дитя” shown here) is a book that made my jaw drop. I have over a thousand children’s books in my home library and […]

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"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Alice Through the Looking-Glass" illustrated by Robert Ingpen Junior Fiction (6-12 years) Junior Fiction (6-12 years) 20210321 130910 scaled e1618401406843

“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Alice Through the Looking-Glass” illustrated by Robert Ingpen

Below you’ll see both “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Alice Through the Looking-Glass” illustrated by the Australian master Robert Ingpen. Originally published by Palazzo Editions (my books shown here are

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