It’s September and that means the start of the colder autmn season and children and teens going back to school, but with that there are always so many fun books being released at this time, some even following a theme of this time of year. So with so many lovely books to be released I’ve been so lucky to have publisher Walker Books send another set my way (thank you so much you lovely people! ❤ 😀 ). They’ve used their distribution powers to send me a set of Andersen Press books too, which I’ve set aside for a different book haul post this time next week, but in the meantime let’s see exactly what Walker Books have sent me! (brief descriptions below and apologies, I thought I had more pics but they weren’t in focus so all the books are in one picture instead!)
Greek Myths and Mazes by Jan Bajtlik – Discover the legendary labyrinths of Ancient Greece, as well as the myths and stories that have captured readers for thousands of years, in this beautifully illustrated collection of puzzles and facts.
The Mortal Instruments Boxed Set by Cassandra Clare – Discover the world of the Shadowhunters as they wage a terrifying war to keep the world safe from demons in the sensational and internationally bestselling Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare.
Giraffe Problems by Jory John & Lane Smith – Edward the giraffe can’t understand why his neck is as long and bendy and ridiculous as it is. But just when he’s exhausted his neck-hiding options, a turtle ambles in and tries to help him understand that his neck has a purpose … and looks excellent in a bow tie.
Football School Season 4 by Alex Bellos, Ben Lyttleton & Spike Gerrell – This book is packed with awesome true stories, real science and fascinating facts and will make you laugh loads – and it’s all about football! Discover when robots play football, where the highest ever football match took place, and what llamas and professional footballers have in common.
Pick a Pumpkin by Patricia Toht & Jarvis – It’s Halloween! Which means it’s time to dangle cobwebs and bats from the windows, put on costumes, and – most important of all – visit the pumpkin patch and pick out that perfect pumpkin!
Wild Girl: How to Have Incredible Outdoor Adventures by Helen Skelton & Liz Kay – From kayaking the length of the Amazon to cycling to the South Pole, Helen Skelton shares six stories of her most daring adventures, explaining how she embraced her fears and found the positives. Includes ideas for where readers can find their own wild adventures closer to home.
There’s a real mix of many different books from picture books, reading books and YA fiction to non-fiction! All these lovely books will be reviewed soon on this blog, so tell me which ones you like 😀
Which books from the above are you interested in reading? Are there any books you are looking forward to reading in September? Let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂