Today I’m excited to share with you yet another brilliant book haul from Walker Books and Andersen Press!  These books all came courtesy of Walker Books (who also distribute Andersen Press titles) and a huge thank you once again to Hannah for the chance to read and review these, which I’ve already been devouring even though I only recently aquired them! 🙂  There’s a mix of picture books, children’s reading and ya here this month so I’ve split this haul into several different photos below, to be able to show them all to you.  A lot of these books I’ve already been reading so many the reviews for this haul will be up very soon, in fact beginning next week onwards!  Let me know if you find some book that sounds interesting in this haul and we’ll start with the picture books first, and as always the descriptions are short ones from an email rather than full blurbs…

July book haul from Walker Books picture books
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Ready for Sphetti: Funny Poems for Funny Kids by Michael Rosen & Polly Dubar – Fizzing with rhythm, energy and laughter, these 30 poems delight in the details of children’s daily routines. These poems are ideal for reading aloud with toddlers.

Find Your Happy by Emily Coxhead – From the creator of The Happy News, which has over 20,000 subscribers in 33 different countries, comes a joyful picture book about finding your way back to happy.

Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry by Michelle Robinson & Jez Tuya – Jam-packed with lorries, trucks, cars, motorbikes and all kinds of vehicles! Red Lorry and Yellow Lorry must get to the construction site, but they have a snow-drift and a speeding tractor to contend with.


And now onto children’s fiction books, some middle grade (top two) and some for younger children…

July book haul from Walker Books children's fiction books
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Wonderscape by Jennifer Bell – When Arthur, Ren and Cecily investigate a mysterious explosion on their way to school, they find themselves trapped aboard The Principia – a scientific research ship sailing through hazardous waters, captained by one Isaac Newton.
Lost in the year 2473 in the Wonderscape, an epic in-reality adventure game, they must call on the help of some unlikely historical heroes, to play their way home before time runs out.

While the Storm Rages by Phil Earle – From the bestselling author of When The Sky Falls comes a thrilling adventure, as Noah and his friends fight to save animals from being put to sleep at the outbreak of World War Two.

Diamond Brothers Detectives: Where Seagulls Dare by Anthony Horrowitz – Anthony Horowitz’s detectives strike again, in this hilarious caper in which they are caught up in a case involving bike-riding hitmen, superhackers and a sinister organisation.

Rex Dinosaur in Disguise by Elys Dolan – Rex is king of the dinosaurs … That is, until a pesky Ice Age comes along and he winds up frozen solid in a glacier. When Rex wakes up, can he integrate himself into the human world?


And now onto a couple of non-fiction titles, one a board book, the other a middle grade…

July book haul from Walker Books board book and mg non-fiction books
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ABC Cats by Lesléa Newman & Isabella Kung – A beguiling array of felines from A to Z makes learning the alphabet the cat’s pyjamas.

Football School: The Greatet Ever Quiz Book by Alex Bellos, Ben Lyttleton & Spike Gerrell – How much do you know about football – and the world? Test yourself and your friends with over 300 mind-blowing questions about star strikers, clever coaches, momentous matches and much, much more.


And now on to one ya book this month (sorry for the photo colour looking a little strange/too orange)…

July book haul from Walker Books ya book
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Finding Jupiter by Kelis Rowe – What if Romeo & Juliet took place in Memphis in 2022? When Ray and Orion meet at the ice rink, it feels like the stars have aligned. But something in their families’ past is standing in their way.



So, what do you think of this selection of children’s and teen books?  You may have noticed that Wonderscape is here after I have already received Legendarium from Walker Boks last month.  Well, I only realised later after getting those books that Legendarium is the second book in the series and so I asked if it could be read as a standalone, and even though the answer is yes, they were more than happy to send the first book which I’m soooo excited about as it sort of a gaming world and anything to do with gaming I LOVE! 😀

As always, reviews for all of these will be appearing on the blog soon, in fact I already have a few created ready to publish in this blog from next week onwards, so do look out for those. 🙂

Do you like the look or sound of any of these books?  What books are you looking forward to reading in July?  Let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂